Update current as at 15 May 2020
Centennial Parklands is a valuable place for the community to exercise and stay active. During COVID-19 restrictions it is important that we use public spaces in a way that keeps everyone safe.
Fitness stations, most children’s playgrounds, and picnic sites across Centennial Parklands are now open for public use unless signage indicates otherwise.
Sport bookings across the Parklands’ sports fields, Centennial Parklands Sports Centre, and Moore Park Golf and Driving Range can be made in line with NSW Government guidelines. Group bookings are limited to ten people or less, please see booking information for full terms.
Please exercise caution and comply with all social distancing requirements when using any public spaces and facilities at your Parklands.
Please note that The Ian Potter Children’s WILD PLAY Garden, ES Marks Athletics Field, and barbecues remain closed.
The car-free weekends trial at Centennial Park will remain in place until 30 and 31 May (inclusive). Under the trial the Park remains open to visitors for exercise each Saturday and Sunday, however gates for public motor vehicle access will be closed. Vehicles with a disability permit can enter through Randwick Gate, please see more information about the car free weekends trial.
Use of the Parklands continues to be closely monitored and any further changes will be guided by NSW public health orders. Please visit the NSW Government Website for the most up to date announcements and information on public spaces at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19.
For more information and Covid-19 updates across Botanic Gardens & Centennial Parklands see here.