Located in the town centre, Cathy Freeman Park is a classic urban park with its broad level expanses of soft grass, huge shady trees and easy access to all park facilities. This Park features a covered playground, toilets and handy parking, plus the stunning Olympic Cauldron, now a unique water feature. It’s open every day of the year, sunrise to sunset.

Things to do at Cathy Freeman Park

- Enjoy a picnic on the grassy expanses with the famous ANZ Stadium as backdrop
- Splash about under the cascading water from the Olympic Cauldron
- Walk, run or cycle along the shared pathways
- Take your dog for a walk (on-leash at all times in this Park)
- Visit neaby cafes, resturants and bars
- Play outdoor chess with the oversized chess set
- Relax on a shaded park bench to ponder the extraordinary artworks within the Park: the homage to our female Olympians in the ‘Eight Women’ sculpture and the ‘Attractor’ ladder of noble human endeavours
- Try to match the gold medal winning strides of Cathy Freeman along the lights that mark her 400m race steps of ‘The Stride’
- Take the kids to one of the Kids in the Park fun activities held here every school holidays
- Get comfy with a cushion for free movies under the stars at Movies by the Boulevard in January
- Feel the bike community buzz at the annual Festival of Cycling in October

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