Code of Conduct
The Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre is one of the world’s great urban equestrian assets.
Inside the remarkable Centennial Parklands is found a variety of equestrian facilities including stables, riding tracks, equestrian infrastructure and supporting networks. It allows the people of Sydney and their visitors to enjoy an equestrian experience like no other.
Centennial Parklands is a complex and busy site. This requires us to share our space with many other users.
The Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre and Grounds – Code of Conduct and Regulations (Code of Conduct) supports your activities while protecting you and other Parklands users during your activity.
What the Code of Conduct does
The Code of Conduct governs the acceptable conduct and behaviours of visitors to Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre, as well as private clients and all licensees who conduct their business within the Equestrian Centre and undertake activities in the Parklands.
Any person who uses the Centre and its equestrian facilities is required at law to comply with the Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct supports the safe and effective operations at the Centre.
Consultation for the new Code of Conduct was conducted in late 2017 and was undertaken by the Code of Conduct Review Committee, which comprised of a private client representative, licensee representative, veterinary representative, external representative with equestrian venue experience and key Parklands' staff. The last draft was also reviewed by Equestrian Australia with their feedback incorporated into the final version.
Help us to protect and preserve our equestrian activities in Centennial Parklands.
It is a requirement that all Centennial Parklands equestrian users read, sign and comply with the Code of Conduct.
Download the new Code of Conduct here (PDF, 2 MB).
Download the Acknowledgment Form here.