Within the Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre on the northern boundary of Centennial Park on Lang Road, Moore Park in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney. Next door to The Entertainment Quarter and within walking distance of the famous Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium.
In 1994, the city of Sydney was selected as the host city for the 2000 Summer Olympic Games. In preparation for these games, Olympic Park was built at Homebush Bay. Telstra Stadium, Sydney Showground and Exhibition Centre, and the Sydney Aquatic Centre were all built to accommodate the Sydney 2000 Olympics. The old Showground site was handed back to the Centennial and Moore Park Trust. The C&MPT leased the greater portion of the property to Fox Studios Australia. The Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre (CPEC) was established on the site of the old Sydney Showgrounds, incorporating the old horse pavilions.
The Centennial Parklands Veterinary Practice was a progression from the Showground Veterinary Practice which operated out of the old Sydney Showground. The practice has traditionally serviced resident equestrian businesses and private owners' horses, as well as having well-established clientele in the Thoroughbred Racing Industry. The area covered by the ambulatory practice is large and clients are serviced from Wollongong to Dooralong. The practice also has a well-established consultancy with clients in many distant places, including all the states of Australia and internationally as far afield as the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand and Southern Africa.