Ham Common, or the Ham Common Bicentenary Park, is a few metres from the Royal Australian Air Force’s base at Clarendon, NSW.
It offers a 2.5-kilometre path, perfect for cycling and walking. The park is known locally as a nice spot to witness the RAAF planes’ landing and takeoff. Right behind the Park, train enthusiasts can spot trains at the nearby rail line from the Clarendon Train Station.
Ham Common Bicentenary Park equipment
The park has exercise equipment, picnic-friendly shelters, and a playground for the kids.
One can also enjoy a cuppa from the nearby Hawkesbury Visitor Information Centre. Its facilities and amenities include a skate park, electric barbeque, and toilets. According to the NSW Government’s page, “dogs on leash are welcome.”
In addition, “[T]he paths is both wheelchair and pram friendly.”
The park is at 328 Hawkesbury Valley Way, Richmond, NSW 2753.
Image sourced from NSW Government’s website.