Clive  Park is named after Clive Norman Backhouse, Mayor (1912-13) and Chatswood East Ward Alderman (1911-14). The park occupies part of the first Crown grant in Northbridge in 1837. It later became the Albert Town Estate, a proposed residential subdivision in 1840. The subdivision did not proceed and the land was resumed for park purposes in 1914. After the Government gazetted the park in 1933, it was placed under the management and control of Willoughby Council.

To reach the swings, walk down the path next to the public toilet block at the bus stop at the end of Sailors Bay Road. The swings are set amongst the bushland of the park (total area 57,956m²), next to a beautiful Sydney Red Gum (Angophora costata). There is a double plated BBQ, 4 picnic tables and 2 park benches in a picnic area with water views further along the very steep path. At the swings another path with steps also reaches the picnic area.

bushcare group meet in the park on the 4th Sunday of each month.

Broomham Park, popularly called The Knoll, in the past was called Pudding Hill because of its shape. The Knoll (Broomham Park) is approx. 5387square metres, in the suburb of Northbridge. The area, is zoned open space. 3.6.48. It is bordered entirely by Byora Crescent. The highest elevation is recorded at 86m AHD, descending to 75m AHD at street level.

The Clive Park Bushcare Group started working at The Knoll in February 2003. They have continued working every second month since then. In May 2007 the group planted out Byora Lane and weed approximately 4 times per year.

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