Our recent blog on Column Garden in Centennial Park may have created interest in this beautiful little corner of the Park, but did you know you can create your own little legacy in Column Garden through a park bench dedication?
One of the joys of Centennial Parklands is being able to sit in your favourite spot, relax, and take in the wonderful views. Many of our visitors have been able to celebrate their love of the Parklands by dedicating a park bench.
Want to see what we mean? Many, many visitors have appreciated the dedication of this park bench near Duck Pond!
Park bench at Duck Pond
Last year the Centennial Parklands Foundation worked with a number of generous supporters to purchase and install eight new park benches, located in picturesque settings around the Parklands – including Column Garden.
These benches have a premium finish and are fixed to a sandstone base to maintain a sympathetic design with the surrounding gardens.
The Centennial Parklands Foundation has now made these limited premium benches available for dedication.
If you would like more information on dedicating a park bench in Column Garden, then please visit the Centennial Parklands Foundation website.
Alternately, if you want to know how else you can help the work of the Foundation, visit the How You Can Help page for all the information.
Have you dedicated a park bench in Centennial Park? What location did you choose, and why? Tell us your story here.
Column Garden – photo by Phil Quirk
Bench plaque on a dedicated bench in Centennial Park