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Fire trucks at Sydney Olympic Park

Fire at Monster Skate Park and Sports Halls

16 May 2017

At approximately 2.30 on the afternoon of Friday, 12 May a fire was discovered within the indoor area of the Skate Park, which grew quickly, spreading to the adjoining Sports Halls building. Staff in both venues quickly evacuated patrons as the alarm was raised.

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Art Express

Thirteen is anything but unlucky for ARTEXPRESS

15 May 2017

ARTEXPRESS at the Armory has celebrated its thirteenth year of outstanding success at Sydney Olympic Park with w ell over 10,000 patrons attending the 2017 exhibition, including 3,302 secondary school visual arts students.

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Intersection lights

Drivers get ‘Green Light’ where Dawn Fraser meets Edwin Flack

05 May 2017

Park residents and visitors using the busy intersection at Dawn Fraser and Edwin Flack Avenue’s near ANZ Stadium will notice something new from Thursday 4 May.

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Sydney Showground accepting award

Sydney Showground best in the business for Banqueting & Catering at MEA National Industry Awards

04 May 2017

Sydney Showground’s winning streak continued this week, when they took out top honours at the Meetings & Events Australia (MEA) National Industry Awards in the in the Banqueting & Catering category, adding to the Sydney Olympic Park venue’s string of victories over the last 12 months across a number of major industry awards.

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Sod turning

NSW Rural Fire Service breaks ground at Sydney Olympic Park

01 May 2017

Work has officially begun on the new NSW Rural Fire Service headquarters at Sydney Olympic Park, with Emergency Services Minister Troy Grant turning the first sod on the Murray Rose Ave site on Friday afternoon.

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Huge crowds hop along to Sydney Olympic Park for the Easter long weekend

19 Apr 2017

Carnival rides, show bags, animals, family fun, picnics, sport and music attracted huge crowds over the Easter long weekend, proving that Sydney Olympic Park is the best place to spend Easter in Sydney.

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Safer and easier travel on the Sydney Olympic Park road network

17 Apr 2017

Motorists can now enjoy safer and easier travel at Sydney Olympic Park with the installation of new indented bus bays on Sarah Durack Avenue outside both P3 and P4 Car Parks, just another improvement to the local road network delivered by Sydney Olympic Park Authority.

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Lifestyle reaches 7000 member milestone with over $4,700 worth of benefits in 8 months

13 Apr 2017

Sydney Olympic Park’s Lifestyle program has hit a milestone, surpassing 7000 members and continuing to provide exclusive offers worth more than $4,700 in only eight months.

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Students, pedestrians and cyclists benefit from new Bicentennial Park bridge

10 Apr 2017

Bicentennial Park’s popular Badu mangroves pathway will remain open for students, pedestrians and cyclists during high tides and heavy rain events as a result of a new innovative bridge that has been installed to connect the Waterbird Refuge and the Education Centre. New technology was used to ‘future proof’ this important community asset, which has been by 0.5m to adapt to the rising levels of Powells Creek and the Parramatta River.

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Sydney Olympic Park breaks a sweat at “The Biggest Workout”

27 Mar 2017

Sydney Olympic Park’s sports venues joined a myriad of fitness fanatics to promote a healthy lifestyle to the community through a showcase of their world class programs and facilities at “The Biggest Workout” at The Connection in Rhodes on Sunday 26 March.

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