Centennial Parklands is a world-class public space in Sydney but we often take for granted what we have. Sometimes it takes an outsider to remind us of how lucky we are.
More than 25 million visits are made to Centennial Parklands every year, and its popularity is not just with locals – we even have the odd bit of celebrity-spotting fun too!
On a recent visit to Sydney, the one-and-only Sir Richard Branson took time out to take a bike ride in Centennial Park.
It may have been part-exercise, part-promotion of his fitness centre brand but if we look beyond the celebrity and branded attire, Branson’s ride has become a great showcase for the Parklands, and a reminder to us all about what great sports and recreation opportunities we have to enjoy.
Want to know what you can enjoy here? Watch this…
Now it’s your turn…
Sir Richard Branson has shown the way, so take his lead and get active, get outdoors and enjoy Centennial Parklands!
To find out more:
- Visit our website
- Download our visitor app
- Find out what events and activities are coming up
- Go for a horse ride
- Hire a bike
- Play a round of golf
- Walk your dog
- Visit our labyrinth
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