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6 Oct 2017

Photos of the Week: Stopping to Smell the Roses

One of the things you love most about Centennial Parklands is the beautiful natural surrounds. Whether you’re enjoying a relaxing walk through a field, picking up some fresh flowers from the markets at @eqmoorepark, or building a fort out of sticks and bark, ‘CP’ is the place to be! Below are our fave snaps of you ‘stopping to smell the roses’ and taking it all in.

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Image credit: @emma_ma1229 #sydney #photoshoot #centennialpark (Centennial Park)

Image credit: @elisearodburford#centennialpark #lovetrees (Centennial Park)

Image credit: boofybloke2/2 – Autumn flowers at Centennial Homestead. (Centennial Park)

Like Comment 71 likes lImage credit: @enza_photoart The weather in Sydney is perfect today! (Centennial Park)

Image credit: @shelleypfisterdesignco #ranunculus for the flower market win today ????????#freshlypicked #blooms #flowerstagram #interiordesign #thatsdarling (Moore Park)

Image credit: @indy_cabreraMarkets ????????????@mooreparkfoodiesmarket .(Moore Park)

Image credit: @morbones Aussie wild flowers #nativeflora #aussiewildflowers #marketday (Moore Park)

Image credit: @oliverang Walk in the park. (Centennial Park)

Image credit: @annamurrayphoto Boys being boys❤️A simple stick in child’s hands can be anything: a construction tool, a music instrument, an accessory to scientific discovery. To a young child a stick is anything but simple ???? (Centennial Park)

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