Eat and Play in Macquarie Park This Winter

23 June 2023

With cafes that often top lists in tourism blogs, to a wide range of restaurants, there's no arguing that we’re pretty lucky when it comes to food choices around Macquarie Park.

With Macquaire Centre just a 600m walk away and Eastwood just a short bus ride away, dining options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all sorted.

Explore the Eastwood Night Markets each Saturday night, with a wide range of vendors, selling anything from handmade goods to delicious meals, there's bound to be something for everyone.

Check out our Eat and Play Guide for more.


Looking for something to do?

Ice Skate at Macquarie Ice Skating Rink

How many people can say they live 600m away from an ice skating rink? Macquarie Ice Rink is located inside Macquarie Centre, and is a great place to go with the family this winter. With daily school holiday ice camps and ice discos starting from 3 July, there's no shortage of value entertainment for your little ice athletes.

Click here to learn more about the school holiday ice camps.

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Go Bowling at Macquarie Centre

Strike bowling at Macquarie Centre has all bases covered, with bowling, karaoke, laser tag and food all in the same place! Family friendly during the day, and a fun place for adults at night, you’ll be entertained for hours!

Find out more, click here.

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Explore Eden Gardens

Eden Gardens isn’t just a garden shop, it’s home to a cafe and some beautiful gardens in case you’re looking for some gardening inspiration. Take a stroll through the grounds, enjoy a cup of delicious coffee, it’s the place to be!

Looking to learn?

Take place in one of their weekly workshops, including terrarium and kokedama making classes - Christmas presents sorted this year!

Find out more, click here.

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We are so lucky to have our own urban jungle full of places to eat, drink and explore in and around Macquarie Park. We hope you enjoy the colder months, whether you choose to explore, or stay rugged up at home.

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