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Centennial Park Nature Path - Path start.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Nature Path guides or QR Code.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Look out for the numerous yellow markers.
Centennial Park Nature Path - The path has a few steps.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Typical section of the path.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Short section of stepped boardwalk.
Centennial Park Nature Path - A few steps up.
Centennial Park Nature Path - World War II “Pill Box”.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Amazing Punga grove.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Gravel section of path.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Weave through the regenerating bush.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Near the end of the loop.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Clearing area near the path start and end.
Centennial Park Nature Path - Great picnic spot.
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Starts at 18 Sandford Street, Campbells Bay
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This scenic nature bushwalk through Centennial Park is a hidden gem in East Coast Bays.
Start at the end of Sandford Street and follow the walkway into Centennial Park. A bright sign created by local school students welcomes you to the start of the nature trail.
Download the QR code at the start of the trail if you have a smartphone with you. There are information stations along the loop walkway to help you identify native bush and features.
Enjoy spotting native bird life, ponga (silver fern) groves and beautiful yellow kōwhai flowers.
The path is well signposted and features an elevated boardwalk and well-maintained gravel sections. There are some gentle climbs and a few steps.
Follow the short signposted detour to view a World War II “pill box”.
Work to restore Centennial Park’s native forest is carried out by the Centennial Park Bush Society. Volunteers remove invasive weeds, grow native plants, trap animal pests and maintain tracks.
Dogs must be on a leash.
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