• Parks and Places

    Reporting on our performance

What a busy year we have had. More than 20 million visits made, 560,000 registered sports users came to play and train, while we completed some major upgrades to Parklands’ facilities.

Just check out this short video report to you…

We hope you’ve enjoyed the year in Centennial Parklands. If you have, please share this video and tell your family and friends about your Parklands.

What a great place we have to enjoy!



If you’re interested in reading more detail about the performance of Centennial Parklands during 2012-13, you can download our Annual Report. We’ve broken it down into parts to make it more easily accessible:


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