Stay, play and save in Sydney's biggest backyard this summer
Published: 13 December 2022 at 3:32 pm
‘Stay and Play’ in Sydney’s Biggest Backyard, Western Sydney Parklands, this summer with a range of great deals on offer throughout the Parklands.
Western Sydney Parklands is relaunching its successful summer tourism campaign ‘Stay and Play’ to encourage Sydneysiders and visitors to explore an exciting list of tourism attractions located within the Parklands.
The campaign includes some of the region’s biggest tourism attractions including Raging Waters Sydney, Calmsley Hill City Farm, Sydney Zoo, Sydney Motorsport Park, Sydney Dragway, TreeTops and the Atura Hotel Blacktown, as well as the recently opened Wylde BMX and Mountain Bike Hub, Bungarribee Park and over 60km of bush tracks and trails to explore throughout the Parklands.
“We’re excited to work with our Parklands Partners once again to drive a strong visitor economy in western Sydney,” said Greater Sydney Parklands Chief Executive, Mr Joshua French.
“With over 5,000 hectares to explore, Western Sydney Parklands truly is Sydney’s biggest backyard. There is a range of things to do for all ages throughout the Parklands and I encourage families to put the rainy days of 2022 behind them and make the most of the outdoors this summer.”
Western Sydney Parklands enjoyed more than 5 million visits in the 2021-22 financial year, with 3.5 million visits to popular recreation areas including Bungarribee Park, Lizard Log and Plough and Harrow, and 1.5 million visits to Parklands Partner attractions.
As Australia’s largest urban park, Western Sydney Parklands offers 5,280 hectares of open public space stretching 27km through the Blacktown, Fairfield and Liverpool local government areas.
At 16 times the size of Centennial Park and 62 times the size of Parramatta Park, Western Sydney Parklands provides 1500-hectares of native bushland corridor alongside major sports and tourism facilities.
Find out more about the offers available through by visiting Stay and Play