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Centennial Parklands has a range of great eNewsletters for you – some inform, some entertain and some may improve your life. Get the inside on news, events and competitions by subscribing now.

Here are our eNewsletters and a short description of their purpose and interest areas:

 

1. What’s On in Centennial Parklands eNewsletter

An eNewsletter that gives you the latest news and advanced notice on upcoming events and activities across Centennial Parklands. Includes announcements and offers just for subscribers. Subscribe now.

2. Park Notices eNewsletter

An eNewsletter tailored specifically for neighbours and regular visitors to Centennial Parklands. Includes information on operational changes (gate closures, road closures) and planning and project updates. Subscribe now.

3. Health and Fitness eNewsletter

Monthly health and fitness advice, tips and news from the experts. Includes advanced notice of upcoming sports and fitness events, as well as regular competitions. Subscribe now.

4. Educators Update

Do you work in the education sector? Do you work with OOSH groups or other vacation care providers? This eNewsletter provides all the news and opportunities offered in Australia’s best outdoor classroom. Subscribe now.

5. Centennial Parklands Foundation eNewsletter

Keep up to date with the projects and opportunities offered by the Centennial Parklands Foundation. Includes news and information on activities such as the Living Legacy program, volunteering, corporate support and sponsorship and how you can help the Parklands. Subscribe now.

6. Moore Park Golf eNewsletter

Love golf? Moore Park Golf, in Centennial Parklands, is the closest public golf course to the Sydney CBD, has a driving range with extended operating hours, has a comprehensive teaching school and meeting facilities. Includes all the latest news, offers and opportunities for the golfer – or prospective golfer! Subscribe now.

7. Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney eNewsletter

Love the botanic gardens? Well here is three great gardens in Sydney. Get all the latest information on what’s happening in the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, and the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah. Subscribe now.

 


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