☉ Our work is on the land of the Ngunnawal People, Ngunnawal Country. We pay our respects to their Elders – past, present and emerging
Commonwealth Park is a large landscaped park which runs from the city centre to the edge of Lake Burley Griffin. The park is the perfect place to stroll, run, ride, play and picnic with its wide open grassed areas and intimate sculptured gardens, ponds and artworks.
The park includes a large outdoor stage, an amphitheatre and a playground for kids. It’s also home to the National Capital Exhibition at Regatta Point and each year is the venue for the nationally acclaimed festival of flowers, Floriade.
Looking for a fun outdoor family activity? Download the 'Art in the Park' or 'Tweet Trail' activities here and head to Commonwealth Park with a pencil and clipboard for some discovery based learning.
The Commonwealth Park Flying-Fox Management Plan is available to download here.
For grey headed flying-fox information and health advice, please click here.
What makes a Successful Central City Park?
As part of an Honours thesis Brooke Toovey from the University of Canberra is currently seeking user feedback on Commonwealth Park, Canberra. She would appreciate your support and asks if you could please spare 5 minutes to complete the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T98K9BV