Mount Steel, Moore Park
Mount Steel’s view is a hidden gem - a truly remarkable 360-degree view of the city skyline! Sit and watch the sunset over the city. There are a couple of park benches available to use, or simply bring a picnic blanket and toast Sydney as the sun goes down.
Sunrise beside One More Shot Pond, Centennial Park
Sunrise beside One More Shot Pond is just breathtaking. If there is a little fog at dawn, there is the most amazing exposure of light in the area as it filters through the Plane trees, the Swamp Cypress, and the Willows. Best time to experience this is in mid-winter so rug up before you come!
Late afternoon at Lily Pond, Centennial Park
Picnic blanket, beneath the Paperbarks, looking out upon the beautiful Lily Pond with its picturesque white bridge. There's a reason why this is one of the most popular wedding photography locations in the entire Parklands. Best in autumn and spring with the softer afternoon sun giving the lilies on the water and surrounding trees a healthy glow!
Pine Grove, Centennial Park
Pine Grove is a beautiful part of Centennial Parklands, however it's true beauty comes from within. That is, by entering the Grove and getting within and between the trees. This is a space to spread out a picnic blanket and just enjoy the space. Not only is it great to be surrounded by a grove of beautiful pine trees, but it gives you the feeling that you're a million miles from anywhere.
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