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Centennial Park

#30 of 480 things to do in Sydney Features Animals
Oxford St. and Parkes Dr., Sydney, New South Wales 2021, Australia
+61 2 9339 6699
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Oxford St. and Parkes Dr., Sydney, New South Wales 2021, Australia
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+61 2 9339 6699
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Mistreated by a ranger This morning I was fined by a ranger for being at the wrong gate with my motorcycle. What is really shocking and upsetting is that I was lost and looking for a way out. You claim to treat others with respect...More

Thank Arash R
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is an amazing park in the heart of Sydney, only 15 min drive from city CBD, has a large lake in the middle of park, great for bike ride, walking, horse ridding or picnic. Very nice and clean park with plenty of space for...More

Thank Mitchell Y
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Mitchell Y, Thanks for the great review! We're so happy you enjoyed the Park and hope to see you again soon. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 1 week ago

If you have any interest at all in flora and fauna and above all birdlife then you must visit this wonderful park, which is teeming with Australian birds from black swans to ibises, Australian magpies, herons, cockatoos and many more. But probably the most spectacular...More

1  Thank glutton4nourishment
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Glutton4nourishment, Thank you for the great review! We love the wildlife too, if your lucky you might spot a rare powerful owl too! - Centennial Park

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a vast space of greenery, lawns, lakes, and lots of people (but not crowded). There is a place to rent bikes; there is a place to grab a bite to eat. Great playground that is circled by a bike track that is made to...More

Thank mooremn
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Mooremn, Thank you for your kind review! There are also education programs that we run in the Parklands - check out our website to see what's on. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

These gardens have the most beautiful trees. The bird life is wonderful just so relaxing. Don't miss these gardens. I know a couple who have just bought each other a tree and had it planted for their anniversary.

Thank Meg C
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Meg C, Thank you for your lovely review. Such a nice idea to celebrate a milestone in the Park. We hope to see you soon. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was a great park which I preferred when compared to the Botanical gardens. Plenty of birds on the lakes zed Flying foxes in the swamp. Great for a picnic.

Thank Dave H
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Dave H, Thanks for your review. You're right, there are so many lovely spots for picnics in the Park. We especially love Paperbark Grove. Check it out next time your here. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I really enjoyed walking in the park with its rolling parkland and multiple lakes and abundant bird life. Great for walking, running, observing nature and picnics. There was also a Tasmanian Winter Fest going on in one part of the park. HIghly recommend.

Thank Marzena K
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Marzena K, Thanks for your great review. We love the birds in the Park too! Next time you visit, come by our Visitor Information Counter and we can share where the rare and special birds are nesting that day. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Relaxed atmosphere, beautiful walkways. Take a stroll around and feed the birds it's good for the soul !

Thank Raquel K
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Raquel K, Thanks for your lovely review. Friendly reminder, if you're feeding the birds please feed them seeds and not bread. Bread can often make the birds sick. Hope to see you in the Park soon. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We hired bicycles and have a lovely couple of hours seeing this park. There were many other people cycling for leisure and for sport, and many people jogging too. There are some small lakes with various water fowl and areas for children with children's activities...More

Thank Karin C
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Hi Karin C, We really appreciate your review. One of the best things about the Park is that you can spend hours here and not get bored. Hope you visit again soon. - Centennial Park

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Staying near the park it was very handy for visiting and enjoying. There is a stables nearby as well as cycle hire or you can just walk and enjoy it. I loved the fact the road is one way so easy fro crossing. There are...More

Thank dawn h
CentennialPark, SVSO at Centennial Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Dawn H, Thanks for your great review. It sounds like you thoroughly enjoyed you visit to the park. We hope you visit again soon. - Centennial Park

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stacy81598
4 July 2016|
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Response from helenwalden | Reviewed this property |
The bats are not in Centennial Park all of the year. Not sure what months there away. The place to see the Bat colony is in Botanical Gardens in Sydney. It is a beautiful very big park on Sydney harbour. There are signs to... More
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Ashwinie03
6 November 2015|
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No.. you can catch bus (380, 333 , 40 or 440). Takes about 10-15 mins. Hope this helps.
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