Hurstville City Council manages more than 50 sporting fields in the local government area, which are available for use by clubs, associations, schools and other community organisations. Sports catered for include athletics, Australian rules football, baseball, cricket, cycling, netball, OzTag, rugby league, rugby union, touch football, soccer and swimming.
If you are interested in pursuing any of these sports, you should contact the relevant sporting association to find your local club.
Council is helping the community to keep fit and active by providing new facilities in popular local parks under our Infrastructure Plus capital works program in the suburbs.
Council has installed fitness stations at Olds Park Mortdale, Gannons Park Peakhurst, Smith Park Kingsgrove and a dual cross trainer in Timothy Reserve.
The fitness stations in Olds Park and Gannons Park are positioned close to the cycling and pedestrian track so that people can incorporate them into their regular fitness routine.
Golf practice cages
Keen golfers of all ages and skill levels can use free golf cages at Gannons Park, Peakhurst, and Olds Park, Mortdale to practice their swing. The golf practice cages have been provided to ensure golfers practice their game legally and safely in our parks, and to cater for the diverse recreational needs of Hurstville City residents.
Golf cages are totally enclosed and include a pad to hit off from and a net to hit into. These facilities are open each day during daylight hours. For safety reasons, only one person can use each cage at any one time.
At certain times, Council's sporting fields are closed to the public, due to bad weather and other issues. To check if a sporting field you wish to use is closed, please check this web page or telephone Council's parks wet weather hotline on 02 9330 6272. The hotline is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Wet Weather Status can be found on Council's homepage in the middle section under the photo.
To make a sporting field booking or enquiry, submit booking enquire online or telephone Council's Sport and Recreation Officer on 02 9330 6222.
All sporting fields