Snapshot

  • Self-guided Walks


    Staying fit and healthy is just a walk in the Park! Download our free Centennial Park walking apps - available for Apple and Android smartphones. More info and download links here.

  • Swamp Closures


    Lachlan Swamp will close on days above 36C to minimise disturbance to the Flying Foxes. There will be no access to visitors.

  • 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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Centennial Park Honey

100% raw and unheated, each batch of Centennial Park Honey is unique. Try them all!

Centennial Park is home to eight European bee hives. The residents of these hives boost pollination within the Park and are also responsible for producing the delicious and unique Centennial Park Honey.

Centennial Park Honey makes a great gift, souvenir or a delicious treat for yourself.

Double up on the sweetness this Spring!

Did you know that the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney also produces delicious honey?

Discover its unique flavour by taking advantage of our special offer. Buy a jar of Centennial Park Honey and a jar of Royal Botanic Garden Honey for only $25.

Where can I buy Centennial Park Honey?

Centennial Park Honey is available for $14 per jar (300g) from the following outlets within Centennial Parklands:

You can also make an enquiry by calling (02) 9339 6699. Please note if you order Centennial Park Honey over the phone it is pick up from the Parklands Office only.

What makes Centennial Park Honey unique?

  1. Centennial Park’s beehives are located within a protected bird sanctuary, which is also home to a rare pocket of the endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub. Each batch of Centennial Park Honey tastes different. Its distinct local flavours vary based on the season and the combination of nectars collected by the bees.
  2. Centennial Park Honey is 100% raw and unheated. This means that it retains a full, rich flavour unlike many commercial varieties which undergo high temperature pasteurisation or other treatments.
  3. Our bees are more honey just producers - we use our beehives for education, teaching the story of native and European bees, and how they contribute directly to the human food chain. So not only is our honey delicious, but acts as a learning opportunity for the next generation!

Honey storage tips

One of the great things about honey is that it never expires! Just store it at room temperature and enjoy at your leisure. If your honey goes hard or crystallises in the jar, don’t worry, simply heat the jar gently to liquefy it again.


A big thanks to our friends at The Urban Beehive for making Centennial Park Honey possible. Read more about the work they do on their website www.theurbanbeehive.com.au