Sydney city skyline lit up during Vivid Sydney 2013. Credit: Destination NSW; James Horan
Nature in Moore Park
Things to do at Moore Park
Beautiful parklands are perfect for roller-blading, horse-riding or picnics in pastoral surrounds. You can play golf or tennis at Moore Park, enjoy events such as the NRL Final Series at Sydney Football Stadium during winter or Moonlight Cinema under the stars during summer.
Experience Nature in Moore Park
With over 3.5 square kilometres of heritage land, the Centennial Parklands in Moore Park (encompassing Moore, Queens and Centennial Parks) has enough sights and activities to keep you happily outdoors for days.
Pack a picnic and take a leisurely stroll through picturesque gardens and ponds of Centennial Park. Go roller-blading, cycling or horse riding around the expansive parklands or take a park ranger tour and learn about the wildlife to be found here.
There is a wide selection park-run educational activities like bug chasing, animal tracking and learning to fish which will keep the kids entertained during school holidays.
Centennial Park is also a great place to go bird watching with 124 native and 18 introduced species to be found here including great egrets, black cockatoos, white-faced herons and fairy wrens.
The freshwater ponds and wild areas provide shelter for a number of native animals including possums, bats, frogs, turtles and blue-tongued lizards.