Bicentennial Park was designed in the great historical landscape tradition based on classical design principles of order, geometry, focal points and axes. The east-west axis is an avenue of plane trees and Manchurian pears reinforcing the strong linear quality of a raised plateau of gardens bisected by a north-south vista of mangroves. At the intersection of these axes, at the highest point in the park, is the Treillage Tower. Treillage is a French word for lattice that was commonly used in gardens in the 16th century, and the Treillage Tower is the centrepiece of Bicentennial Park. Climb the staircase up 3 storeys to the 17m high viewing platform Be amazed by soothing views over the green expanses Look out towards Bicentennial Park, the Parramatta River and city skyline
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