Centennial Parklands comprises Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park. The Parklands covers over 360 hectares, featuring 15,000 trees, and receives over 30 million visits a year.
Centennial Parklands is one of Australia’s most iconic parklands. It was chosen as the site of the inauguration of the Federation of Australia in 1901 – making this the birthplace of the nation!
Despite its place in Australian history and the hearts of many in the community, Centennial Parklands needs your support.
There is a perception by the community that Centennial Parklands' operating expenditure is covered by the NSW State Government, through taxes that our visitors pay.
But the reality is that Centennial Parklands is self-funded for its day to day running costs and depends on Centennial Parklands Foundation to seek donations, sponsorship and philanthropic contributions for projects that would otherwise not be possible.
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