Anderson Park is an urban recreation park located in the Sydney suburb of Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia. The park is located on the shore of the bay in Sydney Harbour from which the suburb is named.
Anderson Park is built on land reclaimed from the bay in the 1890s, and was dedicated on 8 October 1899. It was originally called Warringa Park, but was renamed in 1926 in honor of William Anderson who was the Mayor of the local municipality of North Sydney from 1914 to 1918.A floodlit sports field is available for cricket; various codes of football; volleyball; and other activities. There are pathways, sandstone flagging, a depression-era concrete wall and a small beach. The main path through the park is lined with Hill's weeping figs.
Address 56 Kurraba Road, Sydney 2089, Australia
Coordinates -33°50'23.655" N 151°12'54.027" E