Monthly Archives: December 2013

There’s more on its way on Murray Rose Avenue

Sydney Olympic Park is an ever changing landscape as new developments or updates to existing infrastructure occur as part of the Master Plan 2030 that is rapidly shifting the identity of the Park, which now has 12,500 people working at

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Posted in Growth & development

A little fishy

If you were taking a stroll or riding your bike in Bicentennial Park yesterday afternoon, you may have witnessed a rare sight, fly fishing at Lake Belvedere. Fishing is actually prohibited here, however, yesterday was a special occasion where Sydney

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Posted in Places & green spaces, Running the Park

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Sydney Olympic Park Authority has installed the tallest Christmas tree to have ever been seen in the Park. The tree reaches over 9 metres in height and is decorated with Christmas stars all the way to the big silver star

Posted in Our social life

Watch a short video with the Editor of our new e-Book!

Watch this short video to hear from Dr Swapan Paul the Editor of our free wetlands e-Book as well as mozzie expert Dr Cameron Webb. They share their views about this exciting new resource and the future of wetlands management.

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