Parklands view
Centennial Park is a grand park in the European tradition. Covering 189 hectares, it features formal gardens, ponds, grand avenues, statues, heritage buildings and sporting fields. It is used by walkers, joggers, roller-bladers and cyclists and it offers horse riding facilities.
The park has a diverse flora and fauna with significant tree plantings including Norfolk Island pines, Port Jackson figs and Holm oaks. It also contains two main areas of the Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub endangered ecological community. Home to 9229 plants and 243 different taxa.
The park has a restaurant, café, kiosk and visitor information counter, event space, an education centre, an exhibition space within the historic Superintendent’s Residence, and the Trust’s offices.

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Overview map
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