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13 Oct 2017

Photos of the Week: Mental Health Week at the Parklands

Tuesday 10 October was #WorldMentalHealthDay. Whether it is a 15 minute walk, strolling with your dog or just relaxing by one of our beautiful ponds, the mental health benefits of spending time in nature are endless.

Some benefits for mental health include:

  • Improved short-term memory
  • Stress relief
  • Improved concentration
  • Sharper thinking and creativity

Below is a round up of great photos that highlight all the ways the Parklands makes us ‘feel good’

And remember to keep tagging @centparklands and #centparklands when you upload your own snaps. We will ask permission to use them here!

 

Image credit: @littlep72 Morning people ☀️ (Centennial Park)

 

Image creditL @hebegirl Spring! (Moore Park)

 

Image creditl @osamah_asanosiAt #centennialpark #spring #2017 #rainbow (Centennial Park)

 

Imaged credit: @waltsinstraya❤️ Sydney. Wonderful morning out with good buddies. Sending you good vibes @lmsid for your race! (Centennial Park)

 

Image credit:: @sydneybirdclub Our friend Zoe using binoculars to admire the adorable Eurasian Coots @centparklands (Centennial Park)

 

Image creditL @christineluby Centennial Sunset Run after work today ????, then ????makes ???? (Centennial Park)

 

Image creditL @wilmamathil daEn underbar dag med sambon, tandemcykeln och våra gula hjälmar. #säkerhetförst (Centennial Park)

 

Image creditL @yuppypuppyclub Let go of who you think you need to be and just be who you really are. ???? (Centennial Park)

 

Image credit: @briannakkell_ Did some dancing in the park for some future thangs. ???????? #morningdanceparty #creativespaces (Centennial Park)

 

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