About Hyde Park Sydney

Hyde Park in Sydney stands as the oldest public park in Australia, revered for its rich history and central location in the heart of the city. Beyond its verdant expanses, the park boasts notable architectural landmarks such as the Archibald Fountain and the ANZAC War Memorial, adding cultural depth to its natural charm. Throughout the year, Hyde Park transforms into a vibrant hub of activity, hosting diverse events and festivals, from concerts to community gatherings. Embraced for its tranquil atmosphere and lush greenery, the park serves as a beloved oasis, providing locals and tourists alike with a peaceful retreat amidst the urban hustle.

  • Hyde Park Sydney Details

    • Home to the Archibald Fountain and the ANZAC War Memorial
    • Popular venue for concerts, performances, & gatherings
    • Lush greenery, tree-lined avenues, and serene ambiance

  • Price - Free

    Completely free, and open 24 hours


    On the edge of the city towards Kings Cross

    Address: Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000

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