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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.
The business community at Sydney Olympic Park generously donated some time away from their desks on a crisp Autumn morning to collect rubbish in Bicentennial Park, displaying significant achievements that can be made when communities work together.Read More
The picturesque Bicentennial Park at Sydney Olympic Park has become the latest destination to enjoy performances by Sydney’s most talented musicians with a free concert series, Strolling Strings and Other Things, running from 12 noon to 3pm each Sunday until June 8.Read More
Sydney Olympic Park recently felt the roar of over a hundred motorbikes as they set out along Olympic Boulevard for the start of a 360km Big Ride for Parkinson’s New South Wales.Read More
The Greater Western Sydney Giants took to their new training field at Sydney Olympic Park for the first time, after being officially opened by the NSW Minister for Sport and Recreation Graham Annesley and AFL Chief Executive Andrew Demetriou.Read More
Sydney Olympic Park was recently graced with not one but two Ministers responsible for Olympic legacies, with the UK Minister for Sport and Tourism, The Hon Hugh Robertson, joining NSW Minister for Sport and Recreation, Graham Annesley for a schedule of meetings, events and discussions centring on the legacy of the Olympic Games.Read More