One of the quintessential Australian activities is the outdoor barbecue.
Centennial Parklands provides eight free electric barbecues, each with two hotplates.
You can use our map to find these barbecues. Barbecues are located at:
- Adjacent the playground near Paddington Gates, Centennial Park
- Model Yacht Pond, Centennial Park
- Musgrave Ave, Centennial Park
- Ash Paddock, Centennial Park
- Learner’s Cycleway, Centennial Park
- Paperbark Grove, Centennial Park
- Darley Road, Queens Park
- Bat and Ball, Moore Park
Rules of use
The barbecues cannot be booked and operate on a first-come basis.
Use of the Parklands' barbecues is on a mutual responsibility basis - the Trust will maintain and keep the barbecues in working order, while users are responsible for cleaning the barbecue hotplates after use, out of respect to the next users.
Are BYO barbecues permitted in Centennial Park?
You are permitted to bring in portable barbecues with legs only (you are not permitted barbecues that sit on the grass). No portable barbecues permitted during periods of total fire ban - find the latest Fire Danger Ratings.
Dumping hot coals, lighting fires and lighting fireworks are all prohibited. Fines may apply.
Read all of the Parklands Rules and Regulations regarding barbecue use in Centennial Parklands.