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14 free things to do with the kids these school holidays

School holidays are right around the corner and we’ve got a great line up of FREE events that are going to save you money and keep the kids entertained. We’re here to make your life easier so you can enjoy

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17 years since the Olympic Games and we’re still growing

It has been 17 years since thousands of athletes made their way to what would be known as the “best games ever”. Today, Sydney Olympic Park continues to develop and deliver benefits to the community with the greatest Olympic success

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Another year, another smiling child

Back for its 23rd year, Operation Art brings 796 artworks from 910 students across 254 NSW schools to Sydney Olympic Park. We have invited guest blogger, Lisa van den Dolder who is the Project Officer for Operation Art, to provide

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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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5 things to do at the Aquatic Centre on Senior & Pensioner free day

Are you an Aussie senior or pensioner looking to stay fit and healthy? Our new initiative at the Aquatic Centre gives seniors and pensioners the opportunity to take advantage of one of Australia’s finest aquatic centres for FREE between 8am

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Get ready for the Eagles!

It’s that time of year again…breeding season! We are super excited to get back into the swing of things with our White-bellied Sea-Eagles as they have now begun nest renovations in preparation for eggs to be laid very soon. Last

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Taking the next steps in the Park – commemorating Reconciliation Week

It’s National Reconciliation Week and here at the Park we have been “taking the next steps”, as this years theme encourages us to do. Our Indigenous Cultural Advisor and D’harawal Saltwater Knowledge Keeper, Shannon Foster, has spent the week with

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