Whether you're looking for a place to stay, a restaurant, café or farmers' market, Centennial Parklands has something to suit your needs and budget.
Visitors to Centennial Park enjoy their choice of takeaway snacks and drinks, cafés, kiosks and restaurants. If you'd prefer to picnic or BBQ, there are plenty of superb locations.
The Entertainment Quarter and Moore Park are full of places to meet and relax with friends and family over a meal or a drink. There are also ample picnic spots and a free BBQ.
In addition to Queens Park’s picnic spots and free BBQ, the Queens Park Shed is a great location for sports lovers and families to have a relaxed café meal.
Experience the grandeur of yesteryear in the Parklands! Book a stay or event at the Centennial Park Rangers Residence or Superintendents Residence and be the first to see the sun rise over the Park.
The People’s Park: Centennial Park – A History is a beautifully designed, detailed history of Sydney's largest urban green space. It's the perfect souvenir of your visit or gift for the history lover in your life.
Savour the flavour of the Parklands at home! Situated in a bird sanctuary with a rare pocket of the endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub, Centennial Park’s Honey has a unique flavour profile.
Cambridge Markets EQ is held twice weekly on Wednesday and Saturday. You'll find seasonal produce, live music, drinks and snacks under the market canopy in the showring.
You'll find retail outlets at the Entertainment Quarter, satisfy all your golfing needs at the Moore Park Golf Shop and find sunscreen, insect repellent and Parklands Honey at the Information Counter in Centennial Park.