Centennial Park has a distinctive and special place in Australian history and culture.
Centennial Park was originally the home of the Gadi people who are indigenous to Australia. In 1988, Centennial Park was declared a public open space and was the site of the inauguration of Australian Federation in 1901. More than 100 years later, Centennial Park remains a people’s park located in the heart of the eastern suburbs.
Centennial Park is a playground for adults and children of all ages. The park spans over 360 square hectares and offers bicycling and walking tracks and horse riding facilities. There is also picnic and barbeque facilities available or you can visit the on-site cafe. The Entertainment Quarter is nearby offering restaurants, cafes, cinemas and shops.
For more information about the Centennial Park facilities please feel free to speak with our concierge team, or click here to visit the Centennial Park website.