• Celebration Steps Parks and Places

    A special idea to solve your Mother’s Day dilemma

If you are stuck for unique, memorable and especially meaningful Mother’s Day gift ideas this year, we are pleased to say, we have found one! Our clever Centennial Parklands Foundation have just launched their new Celebration Steps project and it ticks all the boxes.

The project will bring together engraved pavers from the local community in a beautifully landscaped ‘celebration’ of love, life and special moments.

You or your family can make a donation of $500 to have a paver personally engraved with your own message or names on it, which brings us to mum…  What better way to remember all of those special times you have shared in the Parklands?

The project not only create a lasting legacy for those who participate, but will revive the lovely Willow Pond and Fly Casting Pond area of Centennial Park for future visitors to enjoy.

Check out some images of the area and pavers below.


Celebration Steps

The location for Celebration Steps at Willow Pond and Fly Casting Pond, Centennial Park.


What your paver could look like…

Wippa and family

Even Wippa and his family are on board!


There’s more

As if all of that isn’t enough, donations for pavers will go to critical education, environment and heritage initiatives, which help to keep the Parklands wonderful.

Interested? You can secure your paver for mum by clicking here today.

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