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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.
Road users in Sydney Olympic Park are now benefiting due to improved safety in the area following an upgrade to the Sarah Durack Avenue and Olympic Boulevard intersection.Read More
Sydney Olympic Park Authority is recognised as an international leader in sustainable leachate treatment and has recently constructed a new sustainable leachate treatment system that will save energy, reduce cost and provide new habitat for flora and fauna.Read More
On 15 September 2000, the world watched Cathy Freeman ignite the Olympic Cauldron to open what was subsequently described as 'the best Games ever'. 15 years later, the ongoing legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games was celebrated at Cathy Freeman Park, where the Olympic Cauldron burnt bright from 11am-7pm.Read More
A record 857 artworks by 999 talented students from throughout New South Wales are currently on display at the Newington Armory Gallery, Sydney Olympic Park.Read More
Primary students from Victoria Avenue Public School, Concord West and high school students from Rosebank College, Five Dock were the first to take part in an Urban Nature Camp, the latest offering in education at Sydney Olympic Park.Read More