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Share the Park

The Parklands’ annual Share the Park campaign raises awareness and educates the many diverse visitors about the right and responsible ways to enjoy the space. 

People aren’t the only ones that Share the Park.
Here are a few simple things that you can do to help care for the Parklands’ beautiful green space and its resident wildlife.

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Other ways to show your respect for the Parklands

  • Follow the 30 km/h speed limit in Centennial Park.
  • Riding in groups may increase your average speed, making it difficult to stop at intersections. Maintain a safe speed at all times and always be on the lookout for other Park users.
  • Stay in the dedicated cycle lane on Grand Drive - do not cut corners or veer into the car lane.
  • Look both ways for bikes and cars before crossing the road and always use pedestrian crossings when they are provided.
  • If you walk or jog with headphones in your ears, take care before stepping out onto any roadway.
  • Respect the horse tracks and entrance ways, especially at Robertson Road Gate.
  • Pick up your dog’s poo and put it in the bin.
  • Know where on-leash areas are, for example inside Grand Drive in Centennial Park. Refer to the Parklands dog brochure for more information.
  • A single person can have a maximum of four dogs under control at any time - this is not just our rule, it's NSW State Law.
  • Take care when crossing all roads, especially entering and exiting Centennial Park at Robertson Road Gates.
  • Riders on the Centennial Park horse track must slow to a walk when passing other horses.
  • Equestrian riders must also abide by the Code of Conduct.
  • Slow down - the speed limit is 30 km/h in Centennial Park for all vehicles.
  • Stay in the car lane and look out for other Park users.
  • Check your blind spot for cyclists before turning across the cycle lane.