Dogs: Are allowed.
Kiosk or Cafe: Not on site, however there are two service stations/convenience stores a short stroll away, as you're heading towards Broadarrow Road towards the train station.
Playground: Yes, this park features an open playground as well as enclosed play equipment.
Shade: Yes - purple shading underneath the enclosed play equipment, and the picnic tables have shelter atop.
Tables: Yes. A fair few picnic/share tables with shelter.
Toilets: Yes. Right at the front of the park.
Water: No. Best to buy a water bottle at any of the two service stations/convenience stores nearby.
Age Suitability: All ages.
Parking: Street parking, or at nearby Narwee train station on Hannans Road.
Rasdall Park (on the Hurstville Council side of Narwee) was named after an alderman who sat on the board of Hurstville Council from 1948 to 1953 - Basil Rasdall.
A really spacious park right next to a pre-school. There is an abundance of grassed open space, where the little ones can play tips and/or kick a few soccer balls. Even as appropriate for throwing a Frisbee. Fido will love you for getting some extra exercise here.
There are a few picnic tables for families to share, with shelter scattered throughout the open green space.
On the far right corner is the fenced off play equipment area with ample shade. This equipment is well maintained with climbing equipment and slippery dips. There are swings available as well. A great, quality, well maintained spacious park in quiet and peaceful suburbia only 15km from the CBD.