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    Photos of the Week: Awesome Autumn

The Parklands is beautiful in all seasons, though for many, autumn is a clear favourite. We love the warm days and cool nights, the flocks of squawking Yellow-tailed Black cockatoos and best of all, the avenues of trees dusted in red and gold leaves.

This week’s Friday Favs features some of the best photos taken at this magic time of year.

If you would like to share your pictures in the Parklands don’t forget to tag us with @centparklands and #centennialparklands

 

Autumn leaves

Image credit: @brian.syd.au #autumn in #centennialparksydney #urbanadventures #adventureculture #sunset #forest (Centennial Park)

 

Autumn leaves

Image credit: @lozziedevlin Today’s ride✌… Thank you Claire & Grumpy Jazz @eastside_riding_academy #autumn #centennialpark #horseriding #horsesofinstagram (Horse track, Centennial Park)

 

Pond Autumn Leaves

Image credit: @samc36 Today’s spot for the morning run! Don’t often see these beautiful colours in the autumn in Sydney (Pond, Centennial Park)

 

Autumn Pond

Image credit: @jenpetrie99 #autumndays #sydney the trees are turning wonderful reds, oranges and yellows , the days are warm but the nights and mornings are crisp. #Autumn is definitely here! (Centennial Park)

 

Autumn leaves

Image credit: @urban_winery_sydney Autumnal vibes this morning @centennialparklands , just a few kms away from the winery! What a city! #urbanwinerysydney #urbanwinery #centennialpark #sydney #lovesydney #autumn #destinationnsw #autumn #seasons #nature #golden #goldendays #crunch (Plane tree, Centennial Park)

 

Autumn leaves

Image credit: @blades_and_co Autumn #centennialpark just beautiful (Centennial Park)

 

The cool change suddenly isn’t so bad!

 

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