The Centennial Parklands are a large spectacular parklands located in the middle of some of Australia's most densely populated suburbs. Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. The Park is bounded by Paddington to the north-west, Queens Park, Randwick and Centennial Park.
The Centennial Parklands are a popular recreation area for Sydneysiders, with a cyclepath circling the park as well as a horse riding track and jumping arena. The Moore Park Stables are located nearby.
The Centennial Cafe and Restaurant has recently been upgraded. Three are three children's playgrounds located in the park as well as a separate bike track for young children.
The Parklands are also used by schools and sporting clubs for rugby league, rugby union cricket, soccer, hockey and touch football and the Sydney Boy's High School has a sports pavilion and oval located on the west side of the park.
The Centennial Parkland are administed by a the Centennial & Moore Park Trust. The Parklands hold regular bird watching tours and tours of the parks flora. The Parklands also schedule school holiday activities in the park every school holiday period.