An Accessible Site

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Sydney Olympic Park has been developed to enable people with mobility, vision, hearing or intellectual disabilities and senior persons to use our facilities independently, equitably and with dignity.

On average, 20% of the total Australian population has a disability (Australian Bureau of Statistics 2008) which means that they have specific requirements to access events and facilities. This percentage is similar in many countries.

 

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Upcoming road closures in Sydney Olympic Park:

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Developments underway at Sydney Olympic Park

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Change to bus services from 5 June 2016 with additional peak hour services between Sydney Olympic Park and Top Ryde City Shopping Centre

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A Cat Management Program has been developed for implementation in Wildlife Protection Areas

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P7 Car Park extension project underway adding 81 car spaces

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Brickpit Park is a new neighbourhood green space being developed for the growing community

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Bicentennial Park/Bennelong Parkway bridge will close from 9 November to late 2018

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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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