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North Ryde Common

Disc Golf at North Ryde

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Getting Here

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FAQ

Answers to your most frequently asked questions.

By Car

There is a free car park at the eastern end of the course (on Norton Road) or you can park on either side of Twin Road.

By Bus

The 506 (Macquarie Uni to City Domain) stops on Badajoz Road to the east of North Ryde Common.

The 533 (Sydney Olympic Park to Chatswood) bus stops on Wicks Road to the west of North Ryde Common. 

By Train

The nearest train station is North Ryde Station. It is then approximately a 2 km walk to North Ryde Common or catch one of the buses.

Alternatively, the West Ryde train station is about 3 km away.

Getting Here

There are many ways you can get to North Ryde Common. If you are going to use public transport, we recommend using the Transport NSW Trip Planner.

Common Questions

Here are some of the typical questions we receive.

When Is The Course Open?

North Ryde Common is a public park and is generally available 24 hours a day. Ryde City Council does run occasional events in the park.

Can I Rent Discs?

Discs are available to hire from the Pro Shop at North Ryde Golf Club (across the road from North Ryde Common). You can call them on (02) 9888 5518.

How Much Does It Cost to Play?

If you have your own discs, it's free to play. No bokkings required. Just turn up and throw.

Where Can I Buy Discs?

Discs can be purchased from Sydney Disc Golf Club through this web site (located at Sydney Olympic Park).

How many holes does the course have?

North Ryde Common has 9 baskets with 2 different sets of tees to accommodate different skill levels. The first 9 holes are beginner to intermediate difficulty while the second 9 holes are intermediate to advanced.

What facilities are available?

There is a drinking fountain in the middle of the park. There are no permanent toilets but occasionally there may be a portable toilet on site.

Is There a Scoring App?

There sure is! We recommend UDisc - it has all the North Ryde Common layouts with GPS tracking. Search for the app on Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

What Do I Do If Somebody is In The Way?

North Ryde Common is a public park open to all. It is used by dog walkers, locals, tourists, picniccers, nature watchers and people enjoying a day out. If somebody is in the way, wait for them to move or skip the hole. Don't throw if there is a risk of hitting anybody.

I'm Looking For Someone to Play With

Maybe your new to the area or never played disc golf before. We recommend joining the North Ryde Disc Golf group on Facebook and post a message to introduce yourself and ask if anybody is playing when you plan to visit.

What If I Have More Questions?

We're always happy to chat and answer questions. You will usually get a fast response by messaging us on Facebook (links at top and bottom of page). Alternatively, send us an email or use the Contact page.