Centenary Lakes is huge. To give you an idea just how huge, a rundown if its features includes four wedding areas, lakes, a function centre and a sports complex that caters for eight sports and includes three sports fields. It's an amazing list for one place, in my opinion.
Most people would know the lakes best, as they are what you can see from Morayfield Road. These are surrounded by paths that are mainly flat and great for bike riding. There's a fountain in the middle of one and exercise equipment dotted around their edges. It's down this end that you'll also find Apex Park, with its big playground.
There are some beautiful places for kids to ride their bikes
Moving further along, there's the two ruby league fields, the Little Athletics Fields and the section of the lakes area that includes all the wedding locations. This latter area is also where you'll want to go for picnics, but be aware that there aren't toilets as close by as you would expect.
Picnic areas of a family outing
In the middle of Centenary Lakes, between the wedding area and athletics oval, is a large car park (which can be accessed from both ends). It services the Centenary Lakes Sports Club and Function Centre (where there are classes like boxing for kids), while nearby you'll also find a small playground, a set of toilets and, a little further away, an outdoor velodrome.
The rugby league fields
The small playground
The other end of Centenary Lakes, which is best accessed from the entry off Riverview Street, has netball courts and a dog park. If you have dogs, they're also able to be walked over along the path beside Caboolture River.