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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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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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Style your life in the Park with Lifestyle

Ever heard of our Lifestyle program? There are currently 7,000 members signed up and enjoying a great range of benefits including everyday discounts, access to member activities, as well as discounted and free admission into events held at Sydney Olympic

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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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#S(TEAM)-ING Home in National Science Week

This National Science Week with support from Inspiring Australia and the kinetic energy of Fizzics Education, Sydney Olympic Park is putting the Team into S.T.E.A.M and bringing Greater Western Sydney (which includes our special piece ‘GPOP‘) right into the heart of the Sydney Science Festival. Why here? Sydney Olympic

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A city-shaping project with huge community benefits

Recently, our friends from Sydney Metro dropped by to talk to the Park community about the Sydney Metro West project.  This is an important city-shaping transport project that will have a huge benefit for Sydney Olympic Park, so we thought

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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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