This is the old Randwick Toll house located in a prominent position on ANZAC parade at the Moore Park Golf Club, which is just opposite Federation Way which we featured…

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Did you know that when plans were first drawn up in 1886 for Centennial Park they included a “Grand Drive” or processional main entry into the park? The “Old Grand…

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This unassuming white lattice structure goes unnoticed by many visitors to Centennial Park, but it provides an interesting glimpse into our past and some of the activities that have taken…

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This old photo is on the surface what simply looks a small building surrounded by a large lawn, but hidden underneath is a massive piece of Sydney history that still…

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This is the Brolga Gate which stands at the entrance to the bird sanctuary in the centre of Centennial Park. It has stood in the park for almost 80 years…

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We’ve now posted short profiles on the Charles Dickens statue and the ‘We Won’ statue in Centennial Park, each with its own unique story. Today we’re posting on the Column…

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