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Centennial Park, Sydney

(4.6/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Centennial Park occupies 220 hectares (540 acres) of the Eastern part of Sydney and offers a peaceful sanctuary in the middle of the city. Walking, feeding the swans, horseback riding, and biking are just a few of the things you can do here. There are plenty of ponds with wildlife in abundance, open fields for recreation, and a pine forest to explore. Check out the musical events. The park is surrounded by homes dating back to 1888, which is where the rich and famous of Sydney live. Take a look at our Sydney itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Centennial Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Centennial Park is massive. It's a good place to go after you've been to the markets on Oxford Street on a Sunday. It's huge, and a lovely walk. 
  • I went to the music festival was held here. Is a 30 minutes drive from the central area on large tracts of land were part of the forest as well.
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  • Park beautiful! At the end of the Palm alleys at the turn-lots of birds, including the white cockatoo) to have specials. feed or dry cookies without additives. Suit yourself will eat, keeping the left foot. Ochen'krasivo Café)
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  • Can't say anything bad about this park. Excellent, well groomed park area. Areas for leash free dogs, horse. Bike tracks for adults and kids alike. Areas for events. Cafe with parking. Even toilet facilities are common, large, clean and well designed.
  • Doggy heaven. but why tthe need for more cafes and more convrete. carnt we enjoy the park and a bit of urban nature without all the trappings of B.J.
  • One of Sydney's best and oldest parklands. Get the app when you enter, or just explore. Flower gardens, sports fields, ponds, abundant bird life, flying fox colony, playgrounds, three different cafés, horse riding, bike hire, dog walking, picnic tables.
  • Ive spent many years and happy memories throughout the CP lands, one of the biggest city parks in Sydney as well. With facilities and things to do ranging from, acres of sports fields, driving and golf range, other sports facilities, surviving banksia scrub, many monuments and dotted cafes to name just a few.
  • We are always having great time in this wonderful Park , love Sydney Osamah Al-sareji