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10 ways to celebrate Rio at Sydney Olympic Park

The 2016 Rio Olympic Games will officially commence tomorrow, Saturday 6 August, and we are gearing up to celebrate at the Park. Here are our top 10 suggestions to get into the Olympic spirit at the home of the Sydney

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Two eaglets have hatched!

Following on from the incredible news of two eggs laid in June, we are thrilled to share that two cute white fluffy little chicks have now successfully hatched! The first hatched at 8.30pm on Friday, 29 July, and the second

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#GoNSWSwifts

We are gearing up to cheer on our home team the NSW Swifts in the ANZ Championships Grand Final this Sunday when they face off against the QLD Firebirds in Brisbane. It’s sure to be a cracker of a match,

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Got an idea for a sport-related product or service?

Industry website Business IT recently discovered how the Sydney Sports Incubator (SSI) is helping startups develop their sport-related products or services. We are proud to be a supporter of the SSI to nurture innovation. Being located in the Park is

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‘Gotta catch em all’…tips for playing Pokémon Go at the Park

  Yes, that’s right; we are talking Pokémon Go, the craze that seems to have taken over the world at the moment. There are some real positive outcomes to playing this game where people are getting outdoors, exploring their surrounds

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Thousands of locals go blue with Lifestyle’s biggest ticket offer!

Thousands of Sydney Olympic Park workers, residents and students cheered on their team at the third and final Holden State of Origin clash for 2016 on Wednesday night, courtesy of the Lifestyle program and the NRL. Lifestyle, a member benefits

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Join us for a Celebration of Country for NAIDOC Week

A special NAIDOC week event will be held in Cathy Freeman Park on Wednesday 6 July including a traditional Aboriginal welcome and smoking ceremony. It is open for anyone to attend. It would be great to see you there! Indigenous

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