Posts Tagged ‘Centennial Parklands’

  • 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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  • Events and Activities

    Get outdoors for Outdoor Classroom Day at Centennial Parklands

    Thursday 7 September 2017 will mark Outdoor Classroom Day and the first time the Centennial Parklands education team will be involved in an international campaign aimed at getting millions of children around the world learning and playing outside. Over the years, thousands of students have benefited from the Parklands’ expertise in developing curriculum-based programs into […]

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    Photos of the Week: a dog’s life

    Did you know that nearly half of Centennial Parklands is designated dog off-leash area? That’s a lot of room for your furry, four-legged friend to sniff and explore the great outdoors off the leash!  Today’s Friday Favs features some of the best photographs of your pooch pals enjoying both the manicured and the ‘wilder’ areas of Queens Park, Centennial Park and Moore Park. It looks like […]

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