Centennial Parklands is 360 hectares of natural and built environment, however many parts of the Parklands are over 125 years old.
As visitation grows and demand for our services and facilities increases, we must invest in upgrading and enhancing our natural and built environments to the Parklands meets public expectation and remains one of the world's best public parklands.
Sustainable Parklands Program
We are currently rolling out the Sustainable Parklands Program - an initiative that aims to revitalise ageing facilities and provide new and enhanced experiences for the whole community.
Current projects upcoming or underway include:
- The Ian Potter Children's Wild Play Garden
- Draft Moore Park Master Plan
- E.S. Marks Athletics Field Safety Upgrade
In addition to our projects, there are two third-party projects that have impact upon Centennial Parklands. While we work with, and advise on these third-party projects to minimise impact and maximise benefit for the Parklands, these are not projects managed by us.
- Transport for NSW: City and South East Light Rail project (external site)