CENTENNIAL PARK LABYRINTH 

Centennial Park is now home to Sydney's first public stone labyrinth thanks to the vision of the project's founding benefactor, Emily Simpson, who worked tirelessly to raise over $500,000, with the support of Centennial Parklands Foundation.

Opened by Her Excellency Professor The Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO on 15 September 2014, the Centennial Park Labyrinth is a positive addition for the community, and is sympathetic to the landscape and character of the Parklands.

Located adjacent the northern end of Willow Pond (off Dickens Drive) in Centennial Park; it is an 11 circuit sandstone labyrinth, based on the design of the medieval labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral in France.

This free public facility would not have been possible without the involvement of Centennial Parklands Foundation and the support of the community.

SUPPORTERS

Our thanks go to all donors and supporters who donated time, money, goods or services to see this project fulfilled.

FIND OUT MORE

To find out more about how to walk the Centennial Park Labyrinth on the Parklands website.