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    Centennial Homestead revealed

 

Centennial Park’s most popular dining venue has undergone a quiet makeover, and has now been revealed…with a new name – Centennial Homestead.

Whether starting the day with a coffee and warm pecan bread, relaxing over lunch with grain chicken salad, brasserie breads, and a kitchen spread, or holding your special function in the evening, there are three new dining concepts for visitors and patrons to avail of.

 

The Pantry

A popular take away spot with homemade grab-and-go options, Centennial Homestead’s Pantry embraces all aspects of the park and elements of play. Visitors can enjoy the flexibility, freshness and ease of The Pantry’s offerings, including delicious fresh made salads, sandwiches and a gourmet take away Pantry Picnic Box. View menu.

 

The Pantry

The Pantry

 

The Kitchen

Ctch up with family and friends while enjoying a delicious dining experience, Centennial Homestead’s Kitchen allows you to bask in the sun and endless green lawns, while sitting down to casual dining with a friendly smile and fresh honest food with a twist on traditional home cooked favourites. View menu.

 

The Kitchen

The Kitchen

 

The Wisteria Room

The fresh new event space, Centennial Homestead’s Wisteria Room, is surrounded by wild purple flowers, bi-folding doors, white wood finishes and a central bar. Bringing the outdoors in, the Wisteria Room also benefits from luxurious restaurant finishes. The new look event space will be a huge hit with the events and wedding scene. Event organisers also have the option of adding outdoor entertaining space adjacent the Wisteria Room in ‘The Garden’. View details.

 

The Wisteria Room

The Wisteria Room

 

Centennial Homestead quick links

 

Centennial Homestead is managed by Trippas White Group.

 

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