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centennial parklands

Events, What to do

Spotlight Prowl for Families

Dusk is a wonderful time to spot animals in Centennial Parklands. The Park is home to a variety of nocturnal creatures, from brushtail possums, microbats, and tawny frogmouths to one of Sydney’s largest colonies of grey-headed flying-foxes. Join our experienced Rangers for a fascinating and surprising spotlight walk to see how the Park transforms when the sun goes down. Meeting point: Robertson Road Gates What to bring: Enclosed & comfortable shoes Warm clothing – it gets cold after dark! Torch Camera (no flash) Waterproof clothing in case of wet conditions, the walks run rain or shine A sense of adventure PLEASE…

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Kids, Parks & Playgrounds, What to do

End of Year Picnic & Play

End of Year Picnic & Play provides students and their teachers an opportunity to celebrate the end of the school year with a picnic and nature play activity at Centennial Park. Join us for a picnic on the lush green lawns. Teachers, Carers and their Students are invited to Centennial Park to celebrate!  Bring your own picnic for an afternoon on the lawn with one or a few nature connection activities to round out the school year. Invite students, staff and school families to help celebrate the students successes from the year that was. Enquire now and let us create…

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School holidays, What to do

Little Red Riding Hood – Winter 2023

 Be careful that you don’t stray too far from the path in this interactive tale of Little Red Riding Hood. This roving performance tells the classic tale we all know and love with the chance for the audience to be in the story. Meet all of your favourite characters- the hungry wolf, the sweet and innocent Red Riding Hood, and the huntsman as they tell this delightful tale set in the forest that is as enchanting as the story itself. Be a part of this Aussie adaptation of the fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood by dressing up to be…

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Events, School holidays

Easter weekend program in Centennial parklands

Easter in Australia – the weather is getting cooler, leaves are starting to turn colour, and the animals are preparing for the colder seasons. This long weekend, Centennial Parklands invites families to celebrate Australia’s native plants and animals in this fun-filled and educational program for kids aged between 4 and 10 years. Together with parents, children will be introduced to our local flora and fauna through stories, nature based games, and art projects. Together with our experienced education team, children will roam through the park, follow trail maps, meet some of our wild inhabitants and connect with the natural world. This 1-hour program…

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