Centennial Parkands’ Mother’s Day line-up is filled with great ideas to give your mum a fun, fabulous and hands-on day. We have gifts, events and offerings happening across the whole weekend, which we know she’ll love.
If you’re stuck for ideas as Mother’s Day is fast approaching, try our top three ideas.
Treat her to lunch
Dine overlooking the stunning views of Centennial Park whilst listening to live music with our fabulous Centennial Homestead Mother’s Day Menu. Eat a delicious meal with a signature ‘Mum-osa’ cocktail, which are prepared specially by our chefs. This amazing menu is inspired by the chef’s mums and their home countries.
Teach her something new
For some precious mother-child bonding, take her to one of our ParkARTs painting workshops. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Centennial Park as you learn the basics of landscape painting and take home a meaningful piece from your experience. No experience necessary!
Give her an experience
Experiences are the new gifts. Back by popular demand is our Inside Dig workshop, ideal for mums with green thumbs. This hands-on experience is ideal for crafty-mums who want to learn a bit more about gardening. Join horticultural consultant Angie Thomas who will inspire you to create beautiful floral arrangements, as you socialise over wine and yummy antipasto nibble. It sold out last year, so be sure to grab your tickets quick!
There is so much more happening over the Mother’s Day weekend, including the Entertainment Quarter Market which are perfect for those spur-of-the-moment gift ideas and flowers. Check out our What’s On to see a full list of events.
Stuck for ideas this weekend? With a host of fun entertainment and leisure activities, restaurants and markets all in one spot, it has so much to offer. Here are our favourite suggestions for things to do that the whole family will love.
Attention cheese lovers, if you’re after a gouda time this winter we have gouda news for you. The Kurrajong Kitchen Cheese Lovers Festival is moving to Centennial Park for 2018, on the 16th of June!
Nature play is not just outdoor play. It’s child-directed play that happens in a natural space, such as a park or garden. Whilst going to a playground can be fun, it doesn’t put them into contact with nature and offers a different set of benefits. Here are 5 reasons why you should get your kids outside during the school holidays!
Centennial Park will play host to the advanced screening of the Peter Rabbit Movie on Saturday 17 March 2018. Be one the first to see it before it opens in cinemas Australia-wide on 22 March, and watch it metres from where 80% of the movie was filmed!
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