Rolling in from across the globe

“So you can imagine my absolute delight when I discovered during my recent visit to Australia that Sydney’s Olympic Stadium and Aquatic Centre, as well as the Olympic Park area, were all wheelchair accessible!”

Sydney Olympic Park has been committed to accessibility since the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic games.

We recently celebrated International Day of Disability and Social Inclusion Week by partnering with other like-minded organisations to present the Festival of All Abilities to continue our support for people with disability.

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Image courtesy of Sylvia Longmire

Our priority has always been to ensure our customers have the best possible experience in the Park, no matter where they have travelled from to get here and we are delighted to see that our dedication to access has reached customers from the other side of the world.

Sylvia Longmire is a traveller who uses a wheelchair and had recently visited the Park, commending Sydney Olympic Park on its dedication to accessibility.

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Image courtesy of Sylvia Longmire

“This is why I believe Sydney is one of the most wheelchair friendly cities in the world. If you get a chance to pass through here, definitely take the time to roll out to Sydney’s beautiful Olympic Park!”

Read Sylvia’s blog post to find out more about her trip.

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Communications & Community Engagement Coordinator, Sydney Olympic Park Authority

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