About Us

Yulang in Bloom
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Sydney Olympic Park Authority (the 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 prime destination for sporting, entertainment and cultural activities.

The Authority has overseen approximately $2.7 billion worth of development projects and welcomed more than 200 businesses and over 17,000 workers to the suburb.

The Authority has ensured the sustainable management of 430 hectares of parklands and seen the Park host major sporting, entertainment and business events and engage in a wide range of local community initiatives.

The future promises to be equally exciting. Under Master Plan 2030, the Authority will manage the expansion of the Park to support a daily population of 50,000 and including up to 20,000 daily visitors.

In all its future activities, the Authority will retain a commitment to building on the uniqueness of the suburb as a business and educational hub and the number one destination for major events, sporting and leisure activities for metropolitan Sydney.

Notice Board

Developments underway at Sydney Olympic Park

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Upcoming road closures in Sydney Olympic Park:

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Call 9704 1020 for sound level enquiries

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Development update of Pavilions

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Temporary closure to elements of play space

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ADF Counter-terrorism exercise at Sydney Olympic Park from 13-17, involving Spotless Stadium and Olympic Park train station

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Sydney Olympic Park implements a mosquito management program to reduce pest mosquitoes. Information provided on future helicopter spraying dates.

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We are trialling a new car park shuttle during the business peak hours to support the growing workforce at Sydney Olympic Park. The trial will run from October 2017 to March 2018.

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Sydney Water will be replacing the old concrete banks of Powells Creek from Monday 8 May

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Temporary pathway closure of Lorraine Crapp Sports Walk during construction of a new elite sports training field

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Did you know...

Discovery our new place space

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Volunteers play an important role in conservation of the Park’s ecosystems..

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