• History and Heritage

    Park History – A Park for the People (ABC Radio National)

As ‘history’ is the theme of the week, we encourage you to listen to this podcast of a Radio National Hindsight episode on Centennial Park that we assisted with putting together.

If you missed the show and want to hear it, click this link (or the image below) with your left mouse button to hear the show, or with your right mouse button to download the mp3 file (25MB).

Click the image with your 'left' mouse button to hear the show, or your 'right' mouse button to download the mp3 file.

Click the image with your ‘left’ mouse button to hear the show, or your ‘right’ mouse button to download the mp3 file.

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One of the voices you hear on the show was Professor Paul Ashton from UTS. Paul co-authored the original book: Centennial Park – A History (1988). Now out of print, and 25 years on, we asked Paul to update the book for re-publishing. Expect to see this available by the end of the year – a great legacy from the Centennial Park 125th Anniversary!

Stay tuned, or subscribe to our eNewsletter to be one of the first to know when the book is available.


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