Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park

Accessible
Baby Change
Bicycle/Walking Paths
Drinking Fountains
24 Hours
Daylight Hours
Address

109 Esplanade Darwin City

Home to the Darwin Cenotaph, Bicentennial Park is one of the most popular green spaces in the CBD. Its lush green surrounds overlook the harbour creating picturesque views.

It’s a popular spot for locals and tourists with a Play Space, exercise equipment and a great network of shared paths for walking and cycling.

Exercise Equipment

Part of the Play Space, the outdoor cross zone is designed for ages 13+yrs to provide a great mixture of free weight and own body weight-training.  

The station is for everyone to enjoy and cannot be booked for group activity.  

Features

  • Magnetic bells for safe and functional free weight-training
  • Multi Net
  • Suspension Trainer
  • 3 different height steps
  • Surface markings
  • Double-sided instructional signage

Training App

Download the KOMPAN App for your own online personal trainer! The app features over 140 animated exercise tutorials, and a variety of programs specific to the Bicentennial Park cross zone.

Events

We take booking for events at this park.

Bicentennial Park and the Cenotaph are popular spaces for events and gatherings such as

  • weddings
  • birthdays
  • corporate/school events
  • fundraisers and more

Why book?

If you are planning an event in a public park, you should book well ahead of time. Whether it’s a big or small event, we recommend discussing your needs with our Customer Services team.

Booking your event with us ensures

  • you receive the right advice on permits and other event requirements
  • your event will not clash with others at the same place
  • mowing and other maintenance is completed to minimise interruption during the event

Enquire Now

Contact our Customer Services Team to discuss your event needs

Online Enquiry

08 8930 0556

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Event Planning Guide

Planning an event in a Council space but not sure how to get started? Try our handy event planning guide 

 

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