COVID-19 update:

We have entered the second step of the Victorian Roadmap. Find out how eased restrictions have impacted our services.

Centenary Park

Centenary Park is loaded with fun and excitement. It has a playground (with tonnes of play equipment), an outdoor fitness equipment, and two sportsgrounds. It's a popular location for playing and picnics, supported with BBQ facilities, public toilets, internal walking paths and cricket training nets.

Features

  • BBQ Facilities

  • Birdie golf cage

  • Dogs – off leash

  • Dogs – on leash

  • Toilets

  • Walking Path

  • Playground

  • Rotunda or picnic shelter

  • Tables

  • Seating

  • Fitness station

  • Cricket nets

  • Tennis club

How is COVID-19 impacting our parks?

Our parks and open space remain open.


A limit of 10 people from a maximum of two households can meet outdoors (infants under 12 months of age are not included in the cap) for exercise or social interaction outside your home, as long as neither of you travel more than 25 kilometres from your home. Always remember to wear a face covering and practise social distancing.


To find out how the Victorian Government Stay at Home Stage 4 restrictions has impacted our facilities visit our Parks and playgrounds — Stage 4 restrictions page​.


UPDATED 19 OCTOBER 2020

Playground

You'll love Centenary Park's playground, which includes:

  • slides
  • a flying fox
  • monkey bars
  • a climbing frame
  • fireman's pole
  • telescope
  • educational panels

Picnic shelter and BBQs

The picnic shelter is located close to the playground, with 2 picnic tables available for social gatherings. There are BBQ facilities nearby to the picnic shelter to add another element to your picnic.

Book and reserve a picnic shelter

To apply online you will need to create an account or login. The cost to book a picnic shelter starts at $143.

The full booking fee payment is required within 48 hours of receipt of invoice.

You are required to email us proof of payment if your booking has been approved within 48 hours notice from your booking date.

Equipment such as marquees, jumping castles, petting zoos and BBQs are not permitted without written consent from us. 

Please note:  A minimum notice of 2 business days is required for all bookings (subject to availability).

BBQs are a free communal facility for all users of the park. They are not included as part of a picnic shelter reservation.

Active recreation

Centenary Park has many opportunities for recreation, including:

  • two sports grounds (cricket and football)
  • internal walking/running pathways
  • outdoor fitness equipment
  • a golf birdie cage
  • cricket training nets

Did you know? Centenary Park is home to St Peters Football Club, Bentleigh Uniting Cricket Club and Centenary Park Tennis Club.

Dog leash information

  • The western side of Centenary Park is on-leash (closest to Brady Road, including the western sports ground).
  • The eastern side of Centenary Park is off leash (closest to Bignell Road, including the eastern oval). 

Learn more about dog walking in Glen Eira