Centennial Parklands regulation

Greater Sydney Parklands is seeking your feedback on updating the regulation for Centennial Parklands and Callan Park to bring it in line with best practice.
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Greater Sydney Parklands

What’s this about?

Greater Sydney Parklands manages Centennial Parklands (including Moore Park and Queens Park) and Callan Park.

Greater Sydney Parklands are a NSW Government agency constituted under the Greater Sydney Parklands Trust Act 2022. 

The Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust Regulation 2014 currently applies to both parks and will be replaced with the updated regulation on 1 September 2024.

What is park regulation?

Park regulation is designed to support the safety and enjoyment of all park visitors by guiding how they can use the parks and what behaviour is expected.

Regulation guides a range of activities and uses such as:

  • traffic management and parking
  • events and commercial activities
  • noise, waste disposal
  • alcohol-free zones
  • horse riding and animal management
  • camping
  • protection of park assets, including flora and fauna
  • cycling and other recreational activities.

The proposed updates to the regulation will ensure:

  • park regulations are in line with best practice park management
  • continued safety of park visitors
  • compliance with government regulation
  • equitable use and sharing of the park
  • enforcement of regulation is consistent across the Greater Sydney Parklands estate
  • protection for park assets including natural and cultural heritage
  • prevention of unauthorised or anti-social behaviour.

Read the Frequently Asked Questions on the Greater Sydney Parklands website.

We invite you to share your feedback on the proposed park regulation updates for Centennial Parklands (including Moore Park and Queens Park) and Callan Park, which will bring existing regulation in line with best practice park management and guide, guiding safe and equitable use of these iconic urban parks.

Have your say

Have your say by Wednesday 24 July 2024

You can provide your feedback in 2 ways.

Online consultation


3 July 2024 to 24 July 2024


Consultation period

From:3 July 2024
To:24 July 2024

See consultation methods

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