About the Fagan Park

With beautifully manicured gardens, 55 hectares of rolling green space and fabulous picnic and playground facilities, Fagan Park is one of Hornsby Shire’s most popular attractions and is perfect for a day out. Explore the Gardens of Many Nations, which covers 10 hectares with 11 stunning themed gardens including Japanese, Dutch, Chinese and Mediterranean. Enjoy your lunch at one of the picnic shelters or electric barbeques on-site or bring a picnic blanket and sit among the lush green grass. The park was originally owned by the Fagan family and operated as an orchard and cattle farm before it was donated to the government. Netherby Cottage, which was the original Fagan family homestead, is still preserved on-site along with an adjoining museum featuring heritage artefacts, where you can learn more about Hornsby Shire’s history. The Eco Garden showcases sustainable gardening and regularly holding workshops and school holiday activities. Kids will love the two large playgrounds at Fagan Park, while there are also bicycle paths and a short bushwalking trail to journey down.

38-48 Arcadia Road, Galston
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Travel by Public Transport: Bus route 637 or 638 from Pennant Hills Station
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Fagan Park is open every day of the year from 7am to sunset (6:30pm during daylight savings) except on Christmas Day


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