Centennial Park - Tree Day Theatre: Iron & Bloss, 3pm, $16, Age: 5+
Branch out and listen to the stories of Iron and Bloss, two native gumtrees, who love living in Centennial Park.
Enjoy the fresh air and you’ll soon twig to why trees and plants are so important.
This 30 minute performance is full of songs, fun interactive audience participation and some interesting facts about trees. You won’t leaf disappointed.
For children 5-12 years old. Parental supervision is required for this program. Check out official website here
Celebrate the remarkable world of trees through this self-guided trail. Trees not only provide: oxygen, food, medicine, shade, timber and critical habitat, they ensure life on Earth. They are also some of the oldest living things and are a fun to climb and admire.
From Monday 22 - Sunday 28 July, download the map below and follow the trail to discover the wonderful world of trees at Centennial Parklands. There are 12 trees to locate. You will find old trees, ancient dinosaur species, food trees, habitat trees, historical trees, as well as native, exotic and invasive species.
Each tree is identified by a coloured ribbon around its trunk. There is a task for you to do at each tree.
The trail will take you around Lachlan Swamp in the inner circle of Centennial Parklands.
What you will need:
• Paper (for bark rubbings)
• Sense of adventure
• Pencil or crayon
Download the PDF guide here
When: Sunday 28 July 2019 from 3pm to 3.30pm
Age: Ages 5-12
Where: Centennial Park, Dickens Dr, Centennial Park NSW 2021, Australia For a map of Centennial Park Download here.
Cost: Cancelled event for Iron and Bloss
Parking: Parking available in Centennial Park, however, is limited. Always park in designated parking areas - front first along Grand Drive's parking bays also be aware of the timed parking zones at specific points, particularly around main entry gates
Nearby Food: Pack a picnic/BBQ or nearby cafes The Green House
Awesome Coffee: Jamaica Blue Cafe, Entertainment Quarter