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Threatened species at Sydney Olympic Park

The 7th of September is Threatened Species Day, which marks the anniversary of the death of the last Tasmanian Tiger in Hobart Zoo in 1936. Sydney Olympic Park has a rich biodiversity of over 400 native plant species and over

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Birds of a feather…head to Sydney Olympic Park!

Ever wondered how we keep track of birds around the Park? It’s no easy feat but our team of experts have gathered all the facts for you in our annual Spring Bird Census. Our Parklands ecologist, Jenny, gives you all

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How do you know if your park is healthy?

How do you assess whether or not you are healthy? Do you eat well, exercise a bit, and get plenty of rest? Asking these questions can help answer why you feel the way you do and believe it or not

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Birds count at Sydney Olympic Park!

Ever wanted to volunteer at Sydney Olympic Park or learn more about the local bird life? Now is your chance! Sydney Olympic Park and the Cumberland Bird Observers Club are about to start the 2015 Spring Bird Census, the Park’s

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Rare sighting: Bittern heron in the Brickpit

The Brickpit at Sydney Olympic Park is a haven for many protected and endangered species. While working with the vegetation in the Brickpit on behalf of Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Jessica Kingcott from Total Earth Care managed to observe and

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