Centennial Parklands Foundation proudly supports the Education Access Pass Program, managed by the Centennial Parklands Education team.  Since our funding commenced in 2013, over 15,000 disadvantaged children have participated in Nature Education programs at the Parklands broadening participation and promoting social inclusion. 

The Education Access Pass Program provides free outdoor learning opportunities for students or children who would not normally get to participate in an excursion or community program due to economic, social or geographical disadvantage.

Providing funding to cover the program fee and where required transport costs to and from the Parklands, the Nature Education program at Centennial Parklands is now opened up to the wider community demonstrating the Foundation and Parklands’ commitment to inclusivity.

Would you like your school class or community group to take part in Centennial Parklands’ education or community programs but do not have the funds?

Enquire or apply here.