“Centennial Park is home to Sydney’s first public stone labyrinth, and possibly the most intricately built labyrinth in the world.
The Labyrinth is a magnificently crafted pathway designed for quiet reflection and exploration. You can find it adjacent to the northern end of Willow Pond (off Dickens Drive) in Centennial Park (see map).
The Centennial Park Labyrinth is an 11 circuit sandstone labyrinth, based on the design of the medieval labyrinth in Chartres Cathedral in France, which dates from the early 13th century.
I found the above in Google. We spent the weekend in Sydney. On Sunday morning Caroline, Matthew, Peter and I had a beautiful walk in Centennial Park. We also had a walk in the labyrinth.