There are some stories that are cute, heartwarming and well worth sharing.
Last week the following article appeared in the Wentworth Courier – a little insight into the role the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre recently played in supporting some horses that were affected by the bushfires.
We thought we’d share a few photos from behind-the-scenes which were just priceless!
What the article didn’t show…
Here’s a photo of three of the bushfire refugees…
But the cutest photo?
Two beautiful miniature ponies, who go by Ella and Pixie, were also brought in…
Ella and Pixie have subsequently gone home again after the bushfire threat to their home out west has subsided, but were just adorable!
Just another side of what Centennial Parklands provides the community.
We are thrilled to welcome five fluffy baby Black Swans or cygnets, to historic Kippax Lake in Moore Park. The adorable hatchlings are the result of a successful second year trial of a floating nesting pontoon in Kippax Lake and we couldn’t be more proud! Kippax Lake is an important heritage feature in Moore Park, and it […]
It’s the time of year that we often hear the screeching of the Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo. If you haven’t met this fascinating bird you’re missing out.
Baby birds around Sydney are making the transition from nestling to fledgling, trying out their wings and learning to fly. Young birds are often seen on the ground throughout late spring and early summer and this is a normal stage in their transition to adulthood. Centennial Parklands is a birdwatcher’s paradise with over 50 species […]
Housing availability is not just a human challenge in Sydney, but one affecting our native wildlife. However you can help by joining our Hollows as Homes program.
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