Sharing a border with Randwick, Centennial Park is one of Australia's most popular and historic public parklands. When it opened in 1888, it was dubbed The People's Park. This was not just an aspiration of the Park's creators, but an ethos that has been passed down through the years.
Today, Centennial Park is the centrepiece of Sydney's urban green space, Centennial Parklands. The Parklands brings together Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park. With 31 million visitors a year, the Parklands is a critical space for both locals and visitors to enjoy.
The park features many picnic spots, BBQ facilities, along with restaurants and cafes. Hire a bicycle or a pedal car and cycle around the beautiful ponds and gardens or go horse riding at the Centennial Park Equestrian Centre.
F\With regular workshops, festivals and events, find out WHAT'S ON at Centennial Parklands this week by following the link HERE.
MOONLIGHT OPEN AIR CINEMA
From November to March, the Moonlight Cinema sets its screen up in Centennial Park, at the Belvedere Amphitheatre (Broome Avenue). Kick your shoes off and book your bean bed for a super chilled experience in between the majestic 100-year-old trees. A food truck and a licensed bar are available for snack time. Book your tickets and view the program HERE.