#TrashTag and plogging
There are a few things visitors can do to help us keep the Parklands a beautiful and safe space for all of our users - even the furry ones. A few global movements like #TrashTag and Plogging have been trending lately but the best thing to do is Leave No Trace.
Some of the key principles are:
Plan ahead and prepare (e.g. repackage food to minimise waste)
Dispose of waste properly (or better still, take waste with you when you leave)
Respect wildlife - keep wildlife wild and don't feed them
Be considerate of other visitors
Report waste issues
If you are visiting Centennial Parklands and are concerned by a waste issue, please contact the Parklands Office on (02) 9339 6699 (or out of office hours: 0412 718 611).
If you see someone littering from their vehicle, you can report them to the EPA here.
Share the Park
Centennial Parklands is one of Australia's largest and most popular public spaces, hosting more than 31 million visits every year.
People aren't the only ones who visit so we encourage everyone to Share the Park with the animals and wildlife who rest, nest, eat and live in the Parklands.
Whether you visit as cyclist, pedestrian, dog walker, horse rider or a motorist, you can do some things to help us Share the Park:
Find out how you can get involved with Share the Park here.