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Mark Relf at accessible picnic setting

Innovative design supports access and inclusion at Sydney Olympic Park

20 Sep 2017

Sydney Olympic Park is internationally recognised for its high levels of accessibility promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities particularly through innovative design of the built environment.

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An artwork from Operation Art 2017 showing a portrait of a face and hands

Celebrating NSW students’ creativity as Operation Art takes over the Armory Gallery

18 Sep 2017

The creative talents of News South Wales’ school students from Kindergarten through to Year 10 are on display as almost 800 artworks fill the Armory Gallery at Sydney Olympic Park for Operation Art.

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Athletes in front of Cauldron

Sydney Olympic Park marks 17th Anniversary

15 Sep 2017

On 15 September 2000, the world watched Cathy Freeman ignite the Cauldron to open what was subsequently described as 'the best Games ever'. 17 years later, the legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games has been re-imagined into a vibrant place to live, work, learn and play.

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Artist impression of Mirvac development

Sydney Olympic Park gets another boost

12 Sep 2017

Sydney Olympic Park will continue to grow its vibrant community following a recommendation to approve a $292 million mixed-use state significant development that will provide 705 new homes and generate almost 1,000 jobs.

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Mining Pyrite

Mining Pyrite proves to be another successful exhibition for Sydney Olympic Park

24 Aug 2017

Mining Pyrite has proved to be a success in its first year with a very positive public response to the art exhibition at Newington Armory Gallery, reaching new audiences with many visitors citing that this was the only contemporary art show they have seen all year. The exhibition featured the works of 20 international and local contemporary artists who have drawn inspiration from Sydney Olympic Park, making use of the artist-in residence and other arts facilities available.

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Solar Bin

New solar bin trial sees success in first month

24 Aug 2017

Sustainability continues to be a driver at Sydney Olympic Park, with a new trial of solar bins that has seen an immediate reduction in the number of litter collections, reducing from 84 down to 9 collections in four weeks.

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Innovation Games

#InnovationGames mark the end to National Science Week at Sydney Olympic Park

24 Aug 2017

“Dr Karl” Kruszelnicki and the Hon Craig Laundy MP, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, were among 4,000 science, sport and technology enthusiasts last weekend when Sydney Olympic Park hosted the Innovation Games as part of National Science Week, which brought together interactive live shows, daring demos, crazy creatures and the latest gadgets on display.

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian officially opened the NRMA’s new purpose built head office at Sydney Olympic Park on Wednesday, alongside  NRMA’s Chairman Kyle Loades and Group CEO Rohan Lund.

NRMA officially moves in to Sydney Olympic Park

16 Aug 2017

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian officially opened the NRMA’s new purpose built head office at Sydney Olympic Park on Wednesday, alongside NRMA’s Chairman Kyle Loades and Group CEO Rohan Lund.

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smart shuttle

First Automated Shuttle Shaping NSW’S Transport Future

02 Aug 2017

The future of automated vehicles has arrived, with Transport Minister Andrew Constance and Roads, Maritime and Freight Minister Melinda Pavey launching the first trial of a driverless shuttle bus in NSW.

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ANZ Stadium

ANZ Stadium’s massive year continues

31 Jul 2017

ANZ Stadium has surpassed the one million patron mark this year, with massive crowds at both Arsenal Games helping to push crowds past the mark. The Stadium’s 2016 calendar year attendance to 17 July stands at a massive total of 1,140,148 people.

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