Adelaide's Centennial Park has published its current news letter, "Parklife".
Inside the gates of Centennial Park
Centennial Park is a symbolic place where family, friends and future generations can visit to express their deepest thoughts and feelings about the life of a loved one. It is a place that connects people through a rich tapestry of beautiful gardens, services, events and stories.
We recently unveiled a significant piece of art at our main entrance, off Goodwood Road: Connections. The five-metre tall sculpture aims to convey human connection, togetherness, warmth, care, friendship and support - the very essence of Centennial Park.
As the weather heats up and we start to endure prolonged periods without rain, the non-irrigated sections of our Park will start to appear dry. We only irrigate certain sections of the Park and this has been the case since our establishment, more than 80 years ago. We work hard to be environmentally sustainable and....
The Choice is yours In response to some confusion that exists about renewal options for interment rights and some letters sent to the Editor, The Advertiser, we have outlined all you need to know about interment rights and perpetuity. Simply click read more...
During the summer it is more common to see bats and flying foxes on the ground as they are stressed by high temperatures. Flying foxes and bats can be infected with serious diseases that can be transmitted to humans who are bitten or scratched, so please do not handle them but call fauna rescue on the 24-hour bat helpline 0475 732 093.
Friday 22 February, 7am Join us for our first Yoga In the Park of the year. Come and experience a morning of gentle yoga and relaxation with Senior Principal Teacher and Studio Owner of Yogita Yoga, Evelyn Krull.
This biodegradable urn is designed to convert into a tree. Built with a special capsule that meets the needs of any type of tree, it’s the perfect medium to allow for the proper growth of a tree or plant when planted with the ashes of your loved one. Read More