• Health and Lifestyle

    Some famous park visitors drop by Centennial Park!

Recently we asked some of our more famous park visitors why they love Centennial Park.

Who are they and what did they say?



We hope you enjoyed watching the video as much as we enjoyed making it. As incredibly busy as each of our well-known friends are, not one of them hesitated for a moment when asked if they could spare a few moments to help us out. To that we are extremely thankful. Some great stories told and great memories shared!

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OK, now it’s your turn to tell a story!

Why not tell us your story about Centennial Park?

You can also share photos and videos via our Facebook and Twitter channels.

If you have any old photos, film or other paraphernalia about Centennial Park from the past, we’d love to hear about it. Call the Parklands Office on (02) 9339 6699 or email us to discuss.


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