Centennial Homestead

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Deep in the heart of Centennial Park sits one of Sydney’s best kept secrets. Centennial Homestead is a place where locals, fitness fanatics, families, nature lovers and your four-legged friends can stop by, grab a bite and enjoy the great outdoors.

An Eastern suburbs’ favourite, families can enjoy breakfast or lunch in the heritage-listed Kitchen where large open windows offer expansive views of the surrounding grounds or pick up take-away from the Pantry next door for a picnic lunch in the park. The adjoining Wisteria Room is the ideal place to hold your next function, with large windows allowing the room to fill with natural light and doors that open out onto the lush lawns which lets guest enjoy the best of indoor and outdoor dining spaces.

The best part for families about the Centennial Homestead is that not only is it in the middle of loads of open green space, but it is also footsteps from a a great little playground. It has all kinds of equipment from climbing frames to swings, hug-me poles and slides, and is suitable for ages 0-5 yrs.

Directions:

Entrance via Robertson Gates off Lang Road or Darley Road off Alison Rd.

Parking:

There’s parking all around the Centennial Parklands walking track, and it’s all FREE.

Hampers:

Picnic hampers are available for for two adults ($32), four adults ($58) or six adults ($68). There is also an option to buy a blanket for $20.

Each picnic hamper includes lavosh, grissini, salami, prosciutto, bresaola, truffle dip, grapes, fig, strawberries, pickled vegetables, marinated olives, brie and blue, vintage cheddar.

Preorder one from the Pantry (take-away area round the back of the Homestead by calling 9380 9350

Baby Change Facilities

There is a drop down baby change mat located in the disabled toilet

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Steph R
Steph R
3 years ago
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We went for breakfast, easy parking and accessible with a pram. Staff were very accommodating and plenty of high chairs to go around. It is a nice atmosphere with the kids being entertained watching the horses go by. It is also close to a playground which was great following breakfast for the kids to run around. Only downside is the food was very average for the price.

mummak
mummak
3 years ago
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Such a lovely venue and there is a play area just outside so should be the perfect mix but the food was a little bit disappointing and was quite expensive. Staff were lovely and no one complained about my messy child so that always helps but food just wasn’t what I expected.

Michelle Pitt
3 years ago
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Location is amazing. Perfect for toddlers who are desperate to stretch legs after sitting in a high chair. Beautiful big windows, lovely decor and views of the park.
Food was disappointing. Went for a family breakfast and felt like food had been rushed and was just sitting there waiting for someone to order it. Coffee also missed the mark.

[gmw_single_location units="k" map_height="250px" map_width="100%" scrollwheel_map_zoom="0"] 02 9380 9350 http://www.centennialhomestead.com.au/

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Opening hours

KITCHEN
Monday - Sunday: 8AM - 4PM

PANTRY
Monday - Sunday: 7AM - 4PM

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  • Baby change table

  • Dad friendly

  • Highchair

  • Kids menu

  • Microwave

  • Pram friendly

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