Sydney Centennial Parklands – World Parks Day 2010

August 30th, 2010


Come celebrate World Parks Day at Centennial Parklands!

  • Saturday 18 September 2010, 10am-2pm

Centennial Park in Sydney is the place to be to celebrate the 3rd international World Parks Day. World Parks Day highlights the importance and the role of parks and public open space in the everyday lives of the community. On Saturday 18 September, all Sydneysiders are invited to Centennial Parklands to experience and enjoy this magnificent urban open space with a range of complementary fun family activities and exhibitions.
Pick up a ‘World Parks Day Kids Activity Passport’ at Paperbark Grove, Centennial Park, and follow the flags to a range of free entertainment, which include pony rides, face painting, a Taronga Zoomobile, ranger programs, dog training demonstrations, kids carp fishing and all kids leave with a goodie bag!
Great fun for the kids. They can hunt for bugs, play some games and pot some seedlings with a ranger. If you’re 8 to 18 years you may have a chance to catch the biggest (or smallest) carp and win a prize pack! Join the ‘Muscle Sprouts’ team for some fun and healthy games. Get your face painted like a bat, butterfly or fairy.
Pack a daypack and join us in the Paperbark Grove (off Parkes Drive opposite Centennial Parklands Dining) and embrace all that this wonderful urban park has to offer you and your family.

Centennial Park (off Parkes Drive opposite Centennial Parklands Dining)
Phone (02) 9339 6699

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