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Can you think of a better way of experiencing Centennial Park than by bike? If you can’t bring your own bike, then we can help. Take a leisurely ride around one of the most cycling-friendly parks in Sydney with the help of our very own resident bicycle hire.

A great fun activity for adults, kids, families and visitors to Sydney alike!

Where is the cycle hire located?

Centennial Park Cycles is located near Federation Valley, Centennial Park (see image below or here on Google Maps).

CP Cycles is just a few moments walk from CP Dining, and just near the Federation Pavilion

Centennial Park Cycles is just a few moments walk from CP Dining.

When is the cycle hire business open?

Centennial Park Cycles is open seven days a week,  9am – 5pm (latest hire at 4pm).

You can just drop in. Any questions in advance, contact them on:

  • Phone – 0401 357 419
  • Email –

What’s available and how do I hire?

Centennial Park Cycles has an extensive bike fleet available, with very affordable hire fees (also available are the booking conditions).

All safety equipment is supplied

All safety equipment is supplied

Try this one for family fun!

Centennial Park Cycles has two-seater and four-seater pedal cars for hire. Great fun, but be warned…it can be a good workout!

Pedal Cars...The Flintstones would be proud!

Pedal Cars…The Flintstones would be proud!

And finally…

If you get the cycling bug and want a bike of your own that is reliable and affordable, Centennial Park Cycles has a shop nearby that sells ex-hire fleet bikes!

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