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Sydney Olympic Park Authority is responsible for managing and developing the 640 hectares that comprise
Sydney Olympic Park and maintaining it as a lasting legacy for the people of New South Wales.
Under the management of the Authority, the Park has rapidly developed into an important urban centre and built on its legacy as a premier destination for sporting, entertainment and cultural activities and one of Australia’s largest urban parklands. To learn more, watch the Sydney Olympic Park video.
Sydney Olympic Park will be the stage for another world sporting event involving over 500 competitors from 17 nations, following an announcement by Prince Harry that Sydney will host the 2018 Invictus Games.Read More
Five of New South Wales’ most exceptional athletes gathered at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre today to join 351 other sporting icons in the NSW Hall of Champions, recognising their outstanding achievements in the their chosen field of sport.Read More
Sydney Olympic Park will have a direct connection between Parramatta and Sydney CBD’s with a new underground metro railway for Western Sydney in works, serving the growing community.Read More
Australian Olympic Committee President, John Coates, has ended his eleven-year tenure with Sydney Olympic Park Authority’s Board. The departure will allow him to focus on his growing commitments with the International and Australian Olympic Committees as well as the organisation of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.Read More
Sydney Olympic Park has been identified as the top-of-mind venue for recreation, sport, events and leisure with almost half of the respondents to a survey of more than 1200 Sydney residents nominating the Park.Read More