Blackman Park

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Blackman Park was named for John Blackman, who served as a West Ward Alderman from 1949-1959. He served as Mayor of Lane Cove from 1951-1952. Located in Lane Cove West, the area was previously used for a quarry. It is now a large and highly used recreational space and the home of Lane Cove Council's works depot. 

Blackman Park has two synthetic fields and two turf fields with a variety of sports played here including: soccer, touch football, cricket, rugby (league and union), AFL football, Oztag and Ultimate Frisbee.

Blackman Park has lights for night time training or games.

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 three courts with night lights and a tennis practice wall located between courts.

The park also has a skateboard ramp, a half basketball court and practice hoop as well as four cricket nets that are available for public use.

Puppy Tail Cafe

Puppucino or cappuccino? You can get both at Blackman Park's café! Located near the cricket nets, the Puppy Tail Café offers breakfast, lunch and coffee. 


Lloyd Rees Drive, Lane Cove West 2066  View Map

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