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    Photos of the Week: Ponds and Swans

    Can you guess what the two most photographed items across Centennial Parklands might be? One thing is certain, ponds and swans would be high up on that list. Yes,  you love them – and so do we!  This week for Friday Favs, we have plucked out your top ‘Ponds and Swans’ snaps. Check them out […]

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    Photos of the Week: Tree appreciation

    Friday Favs this week features some of the most beautiful aspects of the trees across the Parklands. Did you know that there are around 15,000 trees across Centennial Parklands and that we even have a special Tree Master Plan to look after them? From native to exotic, young to old, they provide a home to […]

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    Photos of the week: Parklands’ smiles – can’t beat ’em

    This week’s Friday Favs features our visitors’ great smiles. We love seeing the joy and value that our green spaces bring to the lives of our visitors – which is over 20 million annually! Whether it’s learning to ride a bike, getting married, or just spending time with nature that makes you happy, we are glad to be a part of it and remember keep smiling (and tagging us!).

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    Photos of the Week: Winning Winter!

    Centennial Parklands is dazzling throughout winter and provides a plethora of opportunities for people to capture some amazing images. From the striking silhouettes of our bare trees to the stunning native birds, it’s no wonder people love spending time in the Parklands despite the cooler weather. Enjoy our Photos of the Week!

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    Photos of the week: artful and evocative

    It seems that wherever you look at the Parklands, there is inspiration for an artistic photograph. Whether it’s through the hard lines of a built structure contrasted against a rippling pond surface, or tall grasses gently bending in the breeze, there is always a powerful image to be caught on film! This week, we celebrate your top nine ‘artful and evocative’ photographs. Don’t […]

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