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  • Survey and win!

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  • New free walking tour app!

    We have released our new free Centennial Park History Walking Tour app - available for Apple and Android smartphones. More info and download link here.

  • Centennial Park History Book

    Our great new book on the history of Centennial Park is now on sale, and can be ordered online. Great gift idea. More info.

  • Centennial Park Honey is back!

    Following a sell-out in early 2014, the Centennial Park hives have been harvested and our limited spring edition honey is back on the shelves in time for the festive season. Find out where you can pick up your limited edition jars here

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Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust

Parklands Office 

Centennial Parklands is managed by the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust (ABN 37 220 827 521) - a NSW Government agency.

The Trust is responsible for the long-term strategic planning of the Parklands, as well as the operational day-to-day management of the three parks - Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park. The administration centre for the Trust is the Parklands Office, Centennial Park.


Administrative details

The Governmental responsibility for Centennial Parklands falls within the Office of Environment and Heritage.

The responsible Minister is the Hon Rob Stokes MP, Minister for the Environment, Minister for Heritage, Minister for the Central Coast, and Assistant Minister for Planning.

The management of Centennial Parklands is guided by legislation, most relevantly the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust Act 1983


Strategic Plan 2011-2016

Our Plan of Management outlines that we will manage Centennial Parklands as a place of national significance for the enjoyment, social connection and wellbeing of the community. In undertaking this, we will:

  • maintain and strengthen the integrity of Centennial Parklands;
  • ensure equity of access and diversity of leisure experiences;
  • work in partnership with key stakeholders; and
  • achieve a sustainable organisation that delivers sound business practice and improved revenue in addition to assured core government funding.

To deliver on this, we have created a five-year Strategic Plan to focus our operations on ensuring these Parklands continue to be some of the best public parklands in the world:


Strategic Plan

Click here or the image above to open the Strategic Plan 2011-2016 in PDF.