The Complexe du Parc Central in New Bordeaux is the expansive park system at the heart of the city which surrounds the main palace. In the shape of a giant square, the park is connected to the rest of the city via a system of three large avenues on each side. Each avenue connected to the park is named after and celebrates an animal common to a region of the Empire of Australia. The park is bounded by Chemin du Parc which encircles the entirety of the park.
The Outer Ring of the park is open to the public. The Inner Ring is bounded by Lac Aquitaine, which itself encircles the private Empress’ Park which surrounds the Great Palace.