Monthly Archives: September 2014

In the garden at Sydney Olympic Park

Spring is a great season to get outdoors and get into your garden, and we have been doing just that around Sydney Olympic Park, making the most of the recent downfall of rain!  This picture shows you a carpobrotus, a

Tagged with:
Posted in Running the Park

Sad news about our Sea-Eagle chick

We have sad news to report as the little eaglet (known to some as SE13) died on Friday afternoon. Over the past week, even though it seemed to be growing and developing, we had noticed it was having difficulty in

Posted in Places & green spaces

The Park is blossoming!

It’s that time of year again, when our Manchurian Pear trees start to blossom, marking a special occasion for us at Sydney Olympic Park. Did you know that Manchurian Pear trees were specially planted around the town centre as they

Posted in Growth & development, Places & green spaces

Congratulations Ribs & Rumps!

And the winner is… These famous words commonly associated with Sydney Olympic Park were used again last night at the 2014 Auburn City Business Awards, which showcased local businesses and the important role they play. We would like to congratulate

Posted in Uncategorized

How far do you travel to get home?

One of our local residents travels over 20,000kms to be at the Park! Yes, the Curlew Sandpiper is one of our lovely bird residents at Sydney Olympic Park and travels between the northern Arctic and here each year. Another guest speaker

Posted in Uncategorized

Beating the bite of ticks and mosquitoes

Want to find out how to take the sting out of those mozzie bites in summer?  Then get along to the Life in the Park free short talks and hear from Dr Cameron Webb, Principal Scientific Officer and Clinical Lecturer,

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Places & green spaces

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Find us on