Centennial Park Cycles
Hires mountain bikes and hybrids (per hour/day $15/50), road bikes ($20/70), kids' bikes ($10/45), tandems ($25/75) and pedal cars (per...
Despite its status as the premier antique-shopping strip in Australia (the first shop opened in 1957), tree-lined Queen St retains a...
It's a bit suity most of the time, but this sports pub is worth checking out for the free jazz, salsa, soul and funk bands on Sundays...
Simon Johnson is the place to fill your high-class picnic hamper. You’ll find the tastiest olives, the creamiest French and Italian...
Oxford St · interesting places nearby
Centennial Park information
Scratched out of the sand in 1888 in grand Victorian style, Sydney’s biggest park is a rambling 189-hectare expanse full of horse riders, joggers, cyclists and in-line skaters. During summer Moonlight Cinema attracts the crowds.
Among the wide formal avenues, ponds and statues is the domed Federation Pavilion – the spot where Australia was officially proclaimed a nation (on 1 January 1901) – surrounded by the various state flags. If you're feeling peckish, Centennial Parklands Dining near the centre of the park encompasses a cafe, wine bar and kiosk. At the southern edge of the park is Royal Randwick Racecourse , while on its eastern edge it joins Queens Park and continues for another 26 hectares.