Centennial Parklands

Parks and Gardens

Located moments from the CBD and easily accessible by car or public transport, Centennial Parklands is a must see location in Sydney. Made up of three major urban parks covering 360 hectares, the Parklands are aesthetically beautiful as well as historically significant, housing Australia’s Federation monument, The Federation Pavilion.

Free to visit, the Parklands are home to over 15,000 trees, Australian wildlife, ponds, flowers beds, statues, as well as offering a selection of cafes and restaurants.

When visiting the Parklands do as the locals do – take a walk, hire a bike, enjoy a round of golf, go horse-riding, or enjoy a picnic in the vast and beautifully maintained open green spaces.

You can learn more about the Parklands by taking one of their free discovery walks. Download the History Walking Tour app or pick up a Heritage and Wildlife brochure from the Visitor Information Counter.

To start planning your visit the website or download the Centennial Parklands App “My Parklands” (for iPhones and Androids), which has a built in GPS to help guide you around the Parklands.

Facilities

Barbeque Birdwatching Cafe Carpark Cycling Family Horse Riding International Kiosk Picnic Area Public Telephone Public Toilet Shop Sports Walk

Rates

Free Entry

Trading Times

Check In: 6:00 am
Check Out: 6:00 pm

Nearby Things to Do

View All
Sydney's True Crime Tour

Sydney’s True Crime Tour

Dawes Point, Sydney

Contiki Holidays

Contiki Holidays

Bondi Junction, Waverley

Art Gallery of NSW exterior

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Sydney

Giant Dwarf

Giant Dwarf

, Sydney

Callum Innes Exhibition at Jensen Gallery

inArt – Sydney Art Tours

Woollahra

Harbour Bridge to The Spit Bridge walk, Sydney Harbour National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

Harbour Bridge to The Spit Bridge Walking Track

Milsons Point, North Sydney

Contact Us