Monthly Archives: October 2016

Discovering the Millennium Parklands Railway

Not many people know that Sydney Olympic Park has its own heritage railway, so we asked our own ‘fat controller’ Todd to share more about this unique asset. The Millennium Parklands Railway at Sydney Olympic Park’s Newington Armory has been

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GPOP and a city-shaping vision

We are really excited to be part of GPOP – the Greater Parramatta and Olympic Peninsula – which is Sydney’s true centre and set to be the connected and unifying heart of our growing city. Check out more about the exciting future

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Ask a Park Ranger…what spring wildlife is in the Park?

In spring we see a lot of wildlife activity in the park. We have a range of wildlife habitats including forest, wetlands, lakes and grasslands. These areas are protected to allow wildlife to be, well, wild. Cygnets One of the

Posted in Places & green spaces, Running the Park

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