Moore Park

From watching a major sporting match and browsing farmers' markets to going horse riding, playing golf and enjoying a range of fun indoors activities, Moore Park has it all. This entertainment, dining and leisure hub spans 115 hectares and includes the serene Centennial Parklands, all only a stone’s throw from the city centre.



Adventure & outdoors 

The Entertainment Quarter precinct is home to Fox Studios and a myriad of things to do, including restaurants, bars, theatres and many adventure activities. Check out the bowling lanes, laser tag and karaoke at Strike Bowling. Tackle the 401-metre indoor go-karting track perched on top of the EQ's car park at Hyper Karting. Get snow-ready at Off-Piste Ski & Snowboardan indoor ski and snowboard simulator. Embrace your inner child at the neon-lit B. Lucky & Sons, home to a long list of classic arcade games. Or improve your golfing game at Howe 2 Golf, where you can enjoy a beer and nibble after tackling a training course. Rather try the real thing? Head to the fairways at Moore Park Golf Course.

F1-imitating go-kart at Hyper Karting - Moore Park

F1-imitating go-kart at Hyper Karting, Moore Park - Credit: Hyper Karting

Next to Moore Park are the pretty Centennial Parklands, with its greenery, ponds and gardens. Admire the colourful native flora and fauna on a picnic in the manicured grounds; let little ones run, jump and play at the fantastic  Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Gardendiscover the scenic trails on horseback with Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre; or hire a bike from Centennial Park Cycles to explore on two wheels.

Family enjoying a visit to The Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Garden in Centennial Park, Sydney

The Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Garden, Centennial Park

Live music & sports

Next to the Entertainment Quarter, The Hordern Pavilion – simply known as The Hordern to locals – has hosted everything from up-and-coming bands and music festivals to fashion runway shows and the epic Mardi Gras Party. Renovated in 2022, Allianz Stadium (also known as Sydney Football Stadium) is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment precinct. As well as being the home of Sydney sporting teams Sydney FC (A League), Sydney Roosters (NRL) and NSW Waratahs (rugby union), it has hosted epic concerts with headliners such as SIA, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and Barbara Streisand.

Crowd at a gig at the Hordern Pavillion, Moore Park

Hordern Pavillion, Moore Park - Credit: Jordan Munns

The world-famous Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) is the place to visit for sports fanatics. It hosts local and international cricket matches, including Test, One Day and Big Bash cricket in the warmer months; rugby league, soccer and Aussie Rules Football in the cooler months; and music acts all year-round. The behind-the-scenes SCG Tour Experience is a 90-minute guided walking tour of the historic sports ground, dressing rooms and SCG Museum, which houses cricket legends Don Bradman’s baggy green cap and Ricky Ponting's 2007 bat. In the Rugby League Museum, find priceless memorabilia and tributes to great players.

Fans cheering at the game at Sydney Cricket Ground, Moore Park

Sydney Cricket Ground, Moore Park

Where to eat & drink

You’ll find many places to eat offering a range of multicultural flavours. Head to Masala Kitchen for Indian, Mary's EQ for burgers, Fratelli Fresh for Italian, Mojo Picon for Spanish and El Camino Cantina for Mexican. Then enjoy a wine flight and winery tour at Urban Winery Sydney, German beers at The Bavarian or pub fare in a relaxed beer garden at Watson's EQ.

Long Lunches at Urban Winery Sydney in Moore Park, Sydney east

Urban Winery Sydney, Moore Park

The Cambridge Markets EQ are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays, under the Market Canopy, selling a range of delicious produce. Check out the events calendar to see what else is on.

Cambridge Markets EQ, Moore Park

Cambridge Markets EQ, Moore Park

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