Friday, 27 March 2015

EXPLORING CENTENNIAL PARK




























It has has been a while since we went deep into the heart of Centennial Park. It is so easy to get distracted by its circumference: the soft-land playgrounds and walking circuits as well as the coffee shop. But if you walk off the well-trodden path, you can find yourself in a stunning woodland that is almost deserted. A few weeks ago we went exploring and revisited some of our favourite finds from last year - a site where you can build forts out of large tree branches, a path past Lily Pond and into Lachlan Swamp, which is a boardwalk area through a cacophony of noisy hanging fruit bats. Nearby is a new addition too - the Centennial Park Labyrinth, an 11-circuit sandstone design based on one from the 13th century Chartres Cathedral in France. There really was something for everyone.

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