Centenary Lakes Park

Natural Attractions

On the banks of the Caboolture River, just off Morayfield Road, Centenary Lakes is a beautiful parkland teeming with wildlife. A popular spot for events, picnics, lakeside running, and great nature photography, Centenary Lakes sits at the heart of Caboolture’s busy town centre, offer a slice of paradise and a relaxing atmosphere when you simply need a break.

Park facilities include:
– Picnic shelters
– Barbecue
– Playgrounds
– Toilets
– Wheelchair and Pram Accessible

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark Family Friendly Picnic Area

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