• Cricket World Cup tour For the kids

    Cricket World Cup is coming to Centennial Park [updated]


The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is underway across Australia and New Zealand, and thanks to Destination NSW you can come to Centennial Parklands to join in the fun through the ‘Home Ground Cricket Tour’.

This is a fantastic one for the kids.

Come and get your photo taken with the giant inflatable Cricket World Cup Trophy. Test your bowling and batting skills in the inflatable cricket nets with the fastest bowler of the day winning an official Cricket World Cup ball!

And now, it will be even better with your very own chance to meet Test Cricket star Chris Rogers!

You will also be able to enjoy the Travelling Cricket Museum (which features a showcase of ICC World Cup memorabilia from the famous Bradman Museum) and watch the three giant screens on the unique LED video truck live site.

As a backdrop, there will also be a GPS cricket match to watch between Sydney Boys High School and St Joseph’s College.

Kids coaching clinics will be held with Cricket NSW

Kids coaching clinics will be held with Cricket NSW


Where and when?

  • Date: Saturday 21 February 2015
  • Time: 12pm to 4pm
  • Location: McKay Ovals 2 and 3, Centennial Park (see map)

Free. No bookings required.

Centennial Parklands – come play!

The Cricket World Cup Home Ground Tour is coming to Centennial Park

The Cricket World Cup Home Ground Tour is coming to Centennial Park this Saturday


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