Labyrinth approved by Centennial Park Trust

The Board of Trustees of Centennial Parklands have approved the construction of a sandstone meditation labyrinth and now we need your help to raise the money to build it. Based on the design of the medieval labyrinth in the Chartres Cathederal in France, the Centennial Park Labyrinth will be the first major public labyrinth in Sydney… a spiritual path in this much loved park.  The Labyrinth will be part of the Centennial Parkland’s 125th Anniversary in 2013, celebrating over a century of contributing to community health and well-being.  It will be a thing of great beauty – a significant public artwork as well as being a watering hole for the spirit for generations to come.  All donations to the Centennial Park Labyrinth project are tax-deductible. Help us create something wonderful for Sydney – a source of inspiration and contemplation for generations to come. More information…

2 thoughts on “Labyrinth approved by Centennial Park Trust

  1. That’s really wonderful and exciting news, it seems so very poignant to have a labyrinth in the green heart of Australia’s biggest city, I look forward to being involved and of service.
    Anthony Ashworth

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