World Urban Parks Week

World Urban Parks Week

Showcasing events that celebrate the world's parks.

Apr

28

to

May

06

Region
Darling Downs South West
Email
office@worldurbanparks.org
Web
https://www.worldurbanparks.org/en/

World Parks Week is an opportunity to celebrate our parks and green spaces.

World Parks Week was developed out of World Parks Day, which was held in the Fall. In 2017 World Urban Parks developed the event into a Week and moved it to April/May. This way, we as a World Park community can celebrate the week in our parks no matter what part or hemisphere of the world we call home.

The week is organised to:

  • Communicate the critical importance of parks in a global context
  • Promote best practice by learning from other parks services
  • Encourage people to enjoy their local park and appreciate the importance of green space

 

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