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Code of Conduct

The Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre (CPEC) is one of the world’s great urban equestrian assets. 
Inside this Centre, and associated Centennial Parklands, is found a remarkable complex of stables, riding tracks, equestrian infrastructure and supporting networks. It provides an equestrian experience like no other, for the people of Sydney. 
Greater Sydney Parklands (GSP) is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all visitors who use Centennial Parklands and all those who use and access CPEC, the Equestrian Grounds and the Horse Track. 
The Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre and Grounds – Code of Conduct and Regulations (Code of Conduct) governs the acceptable conduct and behaviours of visitors to CPEC, private clients and all licensees who conduct their business there and the associated use of the horse track at Centennial Park. 
Centennial Parklands is a complex and busy site. This requires participants of CPEC to share the space with many other park users. This Code of Conduct supports your activities in the park while providing safe and enjoyable access for all. 
Any person who uses the Centre, and its equestrian facilities is required to comply with the Code of Conduct. 

Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct has been updated d to: 

  • improve safety and wellbeing of CPEC Participants and Greater Sydney Parklands staff 

  • eliminate illegal activity 

  • ensure compliance with Government regulations 

  • improve behaviour of participants 

  • strengthen GSP’s ability to deal with unacceptable behaviours and maintain safe and accessible equestrian facilities. 

Acknowledge the Code of Conduct

All Participants and Nominated riders/horse handlers must read the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre (CPEC) Code of Conduct & Regulations and then complete the acknowledgement form before conducting any activity within CPEC or Centennial Park.  

If you are nominated by more than one Participant with a stable booking, a separate Acknowledgement form and supporting documentation must be submitted for each nomination. The Participant with the stable booking must nominate you, and must have approval from CPEC Management prior to your engagement in any equine related activities. 

1. Read the Code of Conduct

2. Submit the Acknowledgement Form (link)

Acknowledgement Form