Monthly Archives: September 2015

Tune in – Hot Potato Band jazz up Sydney Olympic Park

It’s the last Thursday of the month this week, and that means lunchtime music is on its way! Take your lunch break outside and recharge with colleagues listening to the tunes of the Hot Potato Band. Where? This month we

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Hold an Olympic torch on the 15th anniversary of the Games

We are dusting off some old goodies for the 15th anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Tomorrow, Tuesday 15 Sep, you can hold an Olympic torch and be photographed pretending to light the Olympic Cauldron, while standing

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Ask a Park Ranger – What can I do in swooping season?

Spring may bring beautiful blossoms, but we also have swooping season upon us. A range of birds swoop passers-by at this time of year, with Magpies perhaps the best known but our local Pied Butcher birds are another common culprit.

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Celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games on September 15!

Tuesday 15 September marks 15 years since that memorable moment when Cathy Freeman lit the Cauldron in ANZ Stadium for the opening of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Celebrate our history and how far Sydney Olympic Park has come with

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Spring has sprung — 5 must see spots to see flowers in full bloom

It’s the first day of spring, and spring has certainly sprung all around Sydney Olympic Park. Glorious plants and trees are in full bloom and are a must see. Here are our top 5 best spots in the Park to

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