• Banksia History and Heritage

    Celebrating NAIDOC Week, from important sites to precious plants

    The land on which Centennial Parklands is constructed does have a rich Aboriginal cultural heritage, so for this NAIDOC Week (2-9 July 2017), we are taking some time to acknowledge the site’s traditional custodians. NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee and with ‘NAIDOC Week’ week, members of all kinds of Australian communities are encouraged to come together to celebrate Aboriginal […]

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    Photos of the Week: bird’s the word

    It is no secret that Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens park are some of the best places to spot native and exotic bird life in Sydney! Cockatoos, swans, swamp hens, the Parklands has them all. This week’s ‘Friday Favs’ is a tribute to all of the Parklands’ beautiful and sometimes rather quirky, feathered friends. […]

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    Five reasons to get outdoors at the Parklands these July school holidays

    Keeping the kids amused will be easy this school holidays period at the Parklands. With real hands-on fun and learning, from making campfires to catching big fish – children of with all kinds of interests will love the distinctive recreational and educational experiences. Here’s a ‘fast five’:   #1 Kids vs Wild Led by experienced guides, children aged […]

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    Photos of the Week: ‘that’ Sydney skyline

    Maybe one of the best things about Centennial Parklands is its proximity to the Sydney CBD. You can be strolling through Paperbark Grove in Centennial Park one minute and find yourself among the hustle and bustle of Australia’s major shopping, business and tourism districts the next! While the beautiful natural surrounds, wildlife and tranquility of the Parklands might have […]

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