Monthly Archives: July 2017

Eagle update

We have an end to our story and unfortunately an end to another eagle. Ellen, the vet taking care of the young female eagle at the Animal Referral Hospital, conducted an autopsy to determine the cause of death. This is

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Sad news from our nest

We have some unfortunate news to share as our eaglet has died overnight. The most likely cause of this is exposure, as the night was so cold and the chick was not brooded by either parent. Yesterday, the parents were

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The Eaglet has landed!

After 39 days and 19 hours of eager waiting and watching, our first egg for the year has finally hatched. With both parents taking responsibility to care for their young, the roles are split between the two. The male eagle

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Mining Pyrite’s haunting video

Our Armory Gallery is used to present a huge variety of unique artworks, from ArtExpress and Operation Art showing amazing creations of our next generation of artists to the impressive design pieces that are exhibited as part of Designing your

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Sydney Olympic Park leads the way in Aboriginal Professional Learning for Teachers

The Koori Classroom Teacher Professional Learning Workshop for school teachers was recently held at Sydney Olympic Park. The workshop, which is held around three times a year, draws on the knowledge of Shannon Foster, a D’harawal knowledge keeper who  imparts ‘inside

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Next Generation Development Opportunity

On the back of a reviewed Master Plan 2030 and impressive growth prospects, Sydney Olympic Park Authority is moving forward to a new generation of development with progressive planning controls that increase mass, density and height. Development activity has focused

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