Posts Tagged ‘Centennial Parklands’

  • Photo of the Week Photo of the week

    Photos of the Week: Active in Spring

    With summer around the corner and the sun shining again, spring is the perfect time to get active in the Parklands! We love seeing all the fun photos of you enjoying the outdoors at this beautiful time of the year. Keep sharing your images with us! Tag @centparklands and #centparklands and we will ask for […]

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  • For the kids

    Cubbies and nature quests – all the highlights from Outdoor Classroom Day

    A mass of grinning little faces descended upon Centennial Park last Thursday for international Outdoor Classroom Day. The special day had hundreds of school-aged children learning ways to reconnect with nature while playing outside and Centennial Parklands’ experienced ‘nature play’ educators were on the ground to lead the way! There were sensory games, trails to follow […]

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  • Environment and Nature

    Hello sunshine! Rare wattle plant found in the Parklands

    We were very excited recently to uncover two very rare little wattle plants in the Parklands. The ‘Sunshine Wattle’ or as scientifically named, ‘Acacia terminalis subsp. Terminalis’ has large, fluffy, pale yellow flowers, and is so uncommon, there are thought to be no more than around 1,000 plants in bush regeneration areas across the state! The […]

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    Photos of the Week: Nature’s Favourite Painting

    The sky is definitely one of nature’s most impressive, ephemeral artworks. Whether illuminated in gold and pale blue at sunrise, painted with gold and orange brushstrokes dusk, or decorated with textured wind-strewn clouds, it seems the sky always has something beautiful to offer. We love your photos of the sky and this week, we have […]

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