Sunday, 4 October 2009

Centennial Park, Column Garden

The Column Garden at Centennial Park, a large area of parkland in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. This area was once a huge catchment of creeks, swamps, springs, sand dunes and ponds fed by ground water. Centennial Park was dedicated as a public open space for the enjoyment of the people of New South Wales by Sir Henry Parkes in 1888 and named to celebrate the centenary of European settlement of Australia.
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  1. Looks like a fantastic place, great photos.

    All the best
    Regina In Pictures

  2. Looks like a wonderful place!
    The sky blue and big trees...really nice.

  3. It does look like a wonderful place. I would like to check out the birds there, looks like a great habitat.

  4. wow, great shot here..i love those palm trees especially!

  5. this seems to be great place for walking and relaxing! cool!

  6. This park looks just great to me.Have a nice week//Eva

  7. This is so Australian to my eyes! I love parks and this one looks particularly appealing. Thanks for all the beautiful and interesting places you are sharing. I also like the concise information you give about every place or building. Great job.


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