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Manly Warringah War Memorial State Park - known as Manly Dam, has a wonderful diversity of flora and fauna, including a number of threatened species. It’s great for picnics by the water, is renowned for mountain biking and water skiing, and its network of bush tracks are great for exploring.

Park Notices

  • Pay and Display Parking fees apply at Manly Dam, Northern Beaches permit holders exempted. 
  • Dogs are not permitted in the picnic areas, the internal road, carparks, or the water at any time. 
  • Dogs may be walked on the bushland tracks (on a leash) which can be accessed at various external (outside of the picnic area) entry points.
  • Remembrance Day and Anzac Day ceremonies are held at the Cenotaph, in Section One. 

Pricing

Standard Picnic Table
Manly Dam has four picnic areas around the lake, all with bookable picnic tables.
$48.00
Undercover Picnic Table
There are five undercover picnic tables that will fit up to ten people, all five are bookable.
$70.00

Contact Information

Reserves Bookings
Phone: 
9942 2550
Manly Dam Rangers
Phone: 
9949 3235
Mobile: 
0409 773 097

Opening Hours

The park is open from 7am every day of the year and closes at 5:30pm (non-daylight saving time) / 8:30pm (daylight saving time).

 

Monday - Sunday: 7:00-20:30

Location

112 King Street
Manly Vale NSW 2093
Map of Manly Dam

Access and Maps

There are several entry points but vehicle access is via King Street.

Picnic Areas

We have four picnic areas where you can book a table.

Manly Dam Mountain Biking

Manly Dam Mountain Bike track is one of Sydney's best.

Water Sports

The freshwater lake is great for swimming, water skiing and more.

Manly Dam Bushwalks

The bush surrounding Manly Dam is a special place that includes remnants of Aboriginal camps