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It’s time to Walk to Work

Here at Sydney Olympic Park, we are lucky to have so many walking trails with so much beauty to admire along the way. Why not take advantage of this and start walking to work? Diabetes Australia talks to us about

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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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GPOP and a city-shaping vision

We are really excited to be part of GPOP – the Greater Parramatta and Olympic Peninsula – which is Sydney’s true centre and set to be the connected and unifying heart of our growing city. Check out more about the exciting future

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Hold an Olympic torch on the 15th anniversary of the Games

We are dusting off some old goodies for the 15th anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Tomorrow, Tuesday 15 Sep, you can hold an Olympic torch and be photographed pretending to light the Olympic Cauldron, while standing

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All’s well that ends well

The proximity of natural areas to buildings and infrastructure means that sometimes our wildlife turn up in places where they shouldn’t be.The Brown Goshawk is a large bird of prey  with a wingspan of 70cm to 1m, most often seen

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Posted in Places & green spaces

A sneak peek of our latest website improvement

We are always looking to make improvements to our website, so that it continues to provide useful and practical information for our customers to enjoy your time at Sydney Olympic Park. And, now we are happy to give you a

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Posted in Running the Park

They’re off and racing… in Newington Armory

Racing last night was great fun. We are really lucky to be able to race at such a beautiful location. This is very rare for our sport. Usually we are at the back of quiet industrial areas or hundreds of

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