Blackman Park is located in Lloyd Rees Drive (off Wood Street) Lane Cove West.
A major renovation of ovals B3 & B4 was completed with the upgrade providing opportunity for a full length AFL field and two new full-size cricket wickets.
Council reprofiled and relevelled the surface. New irrigation and drainage was installed to improve the longevity of the field surface and new turf was laid down.
Blackman Park's new off-leash dog park was officially opened by Mayor of Lane Cove, Councillor Pam Palmer, on Sunday 5 May 2019. The fenced area provides additional off-leash exercise space and includes water, shade, seating and agility equipment for dogs of all sizes. Off-leash use of the ovals will remain when sporting activities are not in progress.
This large park located beside the Lane Cove River has the following facilities:
- Picnic area at the far end of the park containing wooden bbqs facilities, picnic tables and a small picnic shelter
- Children's play equipment including a flying fox and ping pong table
- Cricket pitch
- Cricket training nets x 4
- Basketball court
- Fitness Equipment areas
- Parking for over 250 cars
- River foreshore bushwalks
- Sporting ovals
- Skateboard ramp
- Toilets x 2 with disabled access
Blackman Park Scout Hall and Synthetic Fields B1 and B2 (car parking on the left hand side of photo)
Blackman Park Turf Fields B3 and B4 (Lane Cove River in the background)
Blackman Park Cricket Nets, Basketball Court and Playground
Blackman Park Scout Hall
Blackman Park Playground and Fitness Equipment
Blackman Park has two synthetic fields and 2 turf fields with a variety of sports played here including: soccer, touch football, cricket, rugby (league and union) plus AFL football.
Blackman Park is the base for 1st Lane Cove Scout Group and Lane Cove/Longueville Guides Group. It is also home of the Lane Cove West Tennis Club having 3 courts with night lights and a tennis practice wall located between courts. The park also has a skateboard ramp, basketball court and practice hoop that are available for public use. The park is a leash free exercise area for dogs (rules apply near sporting fields).