The 5 Best Things to Do in Burwood, Australia

July 28, 2017 Enedina Augsburger

Discover the best top things to do in Burwood, Australia including Westfield Burwood, EagleRider Sydney, Croydon Park Hotel, Warrien Reserve, Local History Park.
Restaurants in Burwood

1. Westfield Burwood

100 Burwood Rd, Burwood, New South Wales 2134, Australia +61 2 8746 3900
Excellent
26%
Good
57%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
2%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 42 reviews

Westfield Burwood

Westfield Burwood is your go-to shopping destination for the latest in fashion, beauty, lifestyle and food.

Reviewed By Poinciana54 - Norfolk Island

Such a difference to the Eastgardens experience where people could not afford you the time of day. Sales staff at Burwood were so happy and friendly my little grandson was blowing kisses and waving goodbye. The Sussan staff were blowing kisses back and the lady at Katie's was thrilled! Made it a whole lot easier shopping with a little one.

2. EagleRider Sydney

336 Parramatta Rd, Burwood, New South Wales 2134, Australia
Excellent
88%
Good
6%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
0%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 16 reviews

EagleRider Sydney

EagleRider Sydney has a variety of late model Harley-Davidson and Royal Enfield Motorcycles for you to choose from. Find your own way or book a tour. Helmets and unlimited kms are included in the rental price. You can rent jackets and GPS for an additional fee. Go enjoy the Blue Mountains, ride Bells Line Road,the famous Putty Road or head towards the coast. We'll help you plan an amazing ride. We offer luggage storage and onsite parking free of charge.

Reviewed By Leo V - Sydney, Australia

What a nice experience, no hassle, easy to find, great people in the shop, so easy to do business with made my trip Amazing. The Harley Bike and Shop was perfect the shop staff was so friendly and helped me make my trip a lifetime...MoreThanks for the kind words and for also sharing that great video of your ride through the Blue Mountains. It makes our day when our customers have a great experience. We sure hope you'll be back again.

3. Croydon Park Hotel

208-218 Georges River Rd, Croydon, Burwood, New South Wales 2133, Australia 97970206
Excellent
40%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
10%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

Croydon Park Hotel

Reviewed By JGfamily2014 - Sydney, Australia

Probably one of the friendliest and most hospitable "family friendly" pub/bistro's we have been in for a long time. Tea tonight was a delicious sizzling garlic prawns that were marinated in a spicy garlic sauce, and king prawn fettuccine cooked with red onions and shallots in a white wine sauce. Both dishes were beautifully cooked and we most definitely will come back. A BIG special thanks however to the Manager Sam. Mate, your a legend and an asset to the industry. I hope the owners realise this. Thank you for going out your way to set up table and chairs for us, assisting my wife with ensuring she could change our daughter's nappy in privacy and your general professional interpersonal communication skills is rare for this industry but exceptional and outstanding in your case. Thank you.

4. Warrien Reserve

Warrien Rd | Croydon Victoria, Croydon, Burwood, New South Wales 4871, Australia
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 2 reviews

Warrien Reserve

Reviewed By JohnG3121 - Greater Melbourne, Australia

another amazing bushland reserve in maroondah. worth a visit alone for the playground and bbq area. the bushland walk is added bonus. toilets are a it old though.
TIP: car park on Zealandia rd W. that's where playground/BBQ area is. also entrance down other end st bus stop (tatiara ave) but no car park

5. Local History Park

Judith St, Burwood, New South Wales, Australia
Excellent
100%
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5 based on 1 reviews

Local History Park

Reviewed By JohnG3121 - Greater Melbourne, Australia

Located in Burwood Victoria not NSW along the gardiners creek trail between Burwood hwy and highbury rd is this fascinating history lesson disguised as a park. the section closest to highbury rd has a fossil footpath which has informative markers and a sculpture which explains the different kinds of rocks. after this you walk along a great koori footpath. further along is a splendid bridge that links the two sides of the creek. following this path takes you too an imitation settlers hut. across the street is the quirky Burwood skyline drive in theatre playground
Parking: sinnot st (near settler hut), the end of Judith st or on McIntyre st

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