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.
The Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo is an iconic Australian bird but has been reported by Birdlife as declining across eastern and southern Australia. Read all about the research undertaken by scientists at the Botanic Gardens and Centennial Parklands.
Volunteers are the unsung heroes of communities across Australia and the work they do helps organisations such as Centennial Parklands operate. Across the Park, there are a variety of volunteers that come from all walks of life that have contributed to more than 10,000 volunteer hours clocked. Some of the most unique opportunities to give back […]
There are about 23 native species of freshwater turtles across Australian and seven species of native freshwater turtle can be found in NSW. Centennial Park is lucky to have two native species of freshwater turtles in our ponds and waterways. The Sydney basin turtle (Emydura macquarii) and the snake-necked turtle (Chelodina longicollis) can sometimes be […]
On the 3 April 2018, five fuzzy babies were born on the nesting pontoon on the middle of the Kippax Lake
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