• Walking tour app

    Download our 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.

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Self-guided Walks


Staying fit and healthy is just a walk in the Park!

  1. Walking makes you feel good, gives you more energy and can be enjoyed on your own or with friends. The Grand Drive circuit is 3.6 kilometres, relatively flat and good to keep your fitness level up.
  2. Of course, for the more active, a light jog is a great way to lose weight and enjoy the surrounds.

Centennial Park also forms part of the Harbour Bridge to Clovelly Walking route – a scenic way to see the eastern suburbs and take in the sites at a leisurely pace. Please visit the Parklands Office for a copy of this brochure or download it here.

History Walking Tour App

Walking Tour App Explore one of Australia’s most beautiful and treasured parklands using our free Walking Tour App. A self-guided tour with audio commentary and historic footage will take you through the rich history of ‘The People’s Park’ – over 125 years of tales, intrigue and challenges.

You will discover the park’s personalities and ‘statuesque’ residents, stand upon the site where our modern nation was born and discover more about the Park’s rich sporting legacy and elegant gardens. From swampland and rocky outcrop, the tales that helped shaped a nation await.

It's available for download on iPhone and Android.

Wildlife and Heritage Walk

Covering 189 hectares, Centennial Park features formal gardens, ponds, grand avenues, statues and heritage buildings. Take a walk around the “People’s Park” to discover our major heritage features and some interesting facts about our native fauna and flora.

For more information download our brochure here


Further information

For more information visit the Parklands Office or the Visitor Information Counter and pick up a map guide. Or visit our Maps page.

If you have wheelchair or other assisted access requirements, we advise you contact the Parklands Office before undertaking any of our self-guided walks for information on access issues and ground conditions.