Monthly Archives: July 2014

Have you noticed our latest ‘pop-up’ activity in the town centre?

What’s bright, lime green and comes in a pair at Jacaranda Square? Our new table tennis tables! Yes, the hard-to-miss table tennis tables are the latest addition to our town centre park, complimenting the picnic tables, umbrellas and resort-style seats

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Vision-impaired children reach new heights with circus activities

Nine Sydney children with impaired vision recently came to the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre to take part in the thrill of circus activities as part of their ongoing development of physical and practical skills. Circus Arts, located in the

Posted in Our social life

Ask a Park Ranger…Can you reserve the BBQ?

As a Park Ranger that spends a lot of time on weekends out in the parklands with our lovely visitors, I am often asked quite similar questions. Each month, I am going to share with you one of these questions

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Learning at Sydney Olympic Park flies into South Korea

Sydney Olympic Park’s Education Unit is revolutionising the way it provides learning opportunities through the use of video conferencing technology, opening new opportunities for people to learn and connect with the Park. Most recently, our video conference program about migratory

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Sea-Eagles lay two eggs!

Sydney Olympic Park’s resident White-bellied Sea-Eagles have laid their first egg for 2014, on Friday 4 July at 5.28pm and their second overnight! The pair has been nesting in Newington Nature Reserve, Sydney Olympic Park since 2008, which has led

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