• Parks and Places

    2014 in review [Infographic]

 

2014 has been a big year of improvement and delivery across Centennial Parklands, and our infographic below provides a snapshot of outcomes that have benefited park visitors and the Parklands environment.

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Click to infographic to view in PDF

We hope you have all enjoyed another great year in Centennial Parklands, and we look forward to seeing you out and about in 2015.

 


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