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    Hundreds of children enjoyed Spooks in the Park – were you there?

Spooks in the Park

Hundreds of children flocked to Centennial Park for the annual family-fun Halloween event: “Spooks in the Park”. Great fun was had by all underneath a hot sun. Some of our ‘residents ghouls’ may have been suffering under their costumes, but the kids loved it!

Here’s our Facebook album to enjoy…and tag, if you find yourself or your child amongst all the fun.



Don’t have access to Facebook? Not a problem, photos are also set up as a Centennial Parklands Flickr album.

Thanks to all who came and made this such a memorable day!

Spooks in the Park was a partnership between Centennial Parklands and Orienteering NSW.


This event was designed for fun, exercise and encouraging children to get outdoors. If you want to know about more events and activities that promote children’s health and fitness, subscribe to our eNewsletters today.


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