Snapshot

  • Woollahra Gates restoration


    The historic Woollahra Gates in Centennial Park are currently undergoing restoration works. The gates are closed to cars during this time. More info.

  • This week on the blog


    Photos of the Week, The Color Run tickets go on sale and a world record in Queens Park. Read the blog now.

  • 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 in Top 10


    Centennial Park has been voted in the Top 10 parks in Australia on TripAdvisor. More info here.

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Contact

Contact Us

Who would you like to contact?

  1. Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust
  2. Visitor Information Counter
  3. 24-hour Emergency Ranger Support
  4. Wet Weather Sports Field Line
  5. Event Hotline
  6. Centennial Parklands Foundation
  7. Minister for Environment and Heritage
  8. The Government Information (Public Access) Officer

If you would like to provide feedback of a non-urgent nature, please use our online feedback form.



 

Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust

Centennial Parklands is managed by the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust. You can contact the Parklands Office by:

  • Phone: (02) 9339 6699
  • Fax: (02) 9360 4215
  • Emailinfo@centennialparklands.com.au
  • Address: Locked Bag 15, Paddington NSW 2021
  • Office hours: Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm
  • Location: Click here

Visitor Information Counter

24-Hour Emergency Ranger Support

Please only use in case of emergency or urgent assistance.

  • Phone: 0412 718 611

Wet Weather Sports Field Line

A recorded message service providing daily updates on the status of turf sports fields across Centennial Parklands.

  • Phone: (02) 9339 6670

Event Hotline

This event hotline is operational when the Parklands are hosting a major music event.

  • Phone: (02) 9339 6616

 

Centennial Parklands Foundation

The Centennial Parklands Foundation is an charitable organisation established to raise funds for environmental, social and educational initiatives across Centennial Parklands.

Minister for Environment and Heritage

The responsible Minister for Centennial Parklands is the Hon. Rob Stokes MP, Minister for the Environment, and Minister for Heritage.

The Government Information (Public Access) Officer

Centennial Parklands' GIPA Officer can be contacted by:

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