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    Photos of the Week: Pups of the Park

Full of designated off-leash areas, semi-wild sections to explore, dog friendly cafés and even dog training clubs to join, the Parklands is pooch heaven!

We love to see you enjoying the park with your puppy pals, so it was only fitting we feature your best puppy pictures in this week’s Friday Favs.

Remember to share your snaps by tagging us with @centparklands and #centennialparklands. We we will ask permission to use the photos.



Image credit: @walkieswithjodiSundays #centennialpark #sundays #weekendwalks #labrador #cavoodle #malteseshihtzu #walkieswithjodi #dogwalking #sydney (Centennial Park)



Image credit: @danr256 Beautiful fall day (Centennial Park)



Image credit: @anthonycicuttini Soaking up the Autumn sunshine (Centennial Park)



Image credit: @reebeq (Centennial Park)



Image credit: @bailey_and_co “I either want to spend my day going out and doing stuff with friends or I want to spend it in bed with zero human contact. There is no in between.” (Centennial Park)



Image credit:  @redbarnaustralia We looked pretty flash on our walk this morning. Wearing our #bandana from @vackerstassupplyco (Centennial Park)



Image credit: @brownbear84 Parklife! (Queens Park)



Image credit: @bossandbeanie_official One happy boy (Centennial Park)


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