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    5 ways to make Mother’s Day memorable in 2017

With a NEW Nature Quest for the kids, food experiences and a plant sale, Centennial Parklands gives you five fantastic ways to indulge your favourite lady this Mother’s Day weekend (13-14 May 2017) – whatever her style or personality!


#1 A Mother of a Nature Quest

Fun for the family with a NEW outdoor adventure trail full of wildlife sightings and some crafty nature-inspired present making for mum! But book now so you don’t miss out!


Mother Nature Quest


#2 Centennial Park Honey for the sweetest mum

It’s 100% raw, unheated and flavoured by the beautiful flowers in the Park. Traditional flowers won’t last, but this way, they do!




 #3 Plants for the ‘green thumb mum’

Give mum a piece of the Park with a plant from our annual Centennial Park Mother’s Day plant sale on Saturday, 13 May 2017, from 9.00 am – 12.00 pm, at the Education Precinct. There will be more than 20 plant species to choose from and at prices suited to all budgets.


Plant Sale


#4 Enjoy a feast for the foodie mum

Graze your way through a choice of delicious dishes at Centennial Homestead, The Greenhouse or Queens Park Shed, while overlooking the picturesque Parklands. Centennial Parklands Dining has curated a special Mother’s Day offering that includes a glass of bubbles on arrival. Click here now to book for Mother’s Day breakfast or lunch.


Homestead Mother's Day


#5 Active fun for the energetic mum

Take a stroll around the Park to enjoy its wildlife and iconic heritage landmarks, book a horse ride or hire some bicycles for an outdoor adventure on wheels. Great indoors options include bowling or the latest blockbuster movie at the Entertainment Quarter.


Horse Riding


For more great Mother’s Day ideas, don’t forget to visit the Centennial Parklands website!


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