Alan Davidson Oval

Address: 400 Sydney Park Road Alexandria NSW 2015
Ground: 1
Description: Car park has limited hours during the week and unrestricted at the weekends.
Developments: Sydney Park is a 41.6-hectare (103-acre) recreational area in the inner-city area of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The parkland is located at St Peters,[1] sitting along the borders of Alexandria, Newtown and Erskineville. Sydney Park is the third largest park in inner-city Sydney.[2] The park comprises large open recreation spaces with distinctive hills that provide 360 degree views over Sydney, a children\'s playground, wetlands, a sports oval (Alan Davidson Oval), a children\'s bicycle track, sculptures, a heritage area featuring the remains of the brickworks that formerly occupied part of the site, and the AIDS Memorial Grove. The former brickworks area of the park is listed on the City of Sydney local government heritage list.[3]
PreviousUse: It was used by East Coast Eagles during the construction of Bruce Purser Oval.
Comments: The Alan Davidson Oval is located in the northern section of the park. The oval is used for cricket and Australian rules football. It is the home ground of the Balmain/South Sydney District Cricket Club and Newtown Swans Junior Australian rules football team.