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Folkestone’s real estate funds management subsidiary, Folkestone Funds Management, has announced the Folkestone SOP Opportunity Fund has entered into an agreement to acquire an asset in Sydney Olympic Park.

The six level commercial building at 11 Murray Rose Avenue – currently under construction by developer FDC Construction & Fitout Pty Ltd (FDC) – comprises 5,810 square metres across five levels of office and ground floor retail with basement car parking.

We are reaching peak influenza season. The flu vaccination is still effective to prevent influenza. Olympus Medical Centre are still offering free influenza vaccinations.

If you are having symptoms such as coughing, fever, aches and pains, nausea or headaches, please consult a GP as soon as possible. There are medications such as Tamiflu and Relenza which are only effective against influenza if given early in the first 24-48 hours.

The capabilities of the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre have been enhanced with the opening of two indoor training courts.

The new courts, opened by NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres on Monday 24 July, are a joint initiative of Tennis NSW, Tennis Australia and Sydney Olympic Park Authority.

Minister Ayres applauded Tennis NSW and their partners in delivering an all-new capability that will benefit all levels of the sport.

Sydney Olympic Park’s pioneering frog habitat creation and management techniques has resulted in its new status as a priority managed site under the NSW Government Saving Our Species program, which also recognises the Park as home to the largest remaining Sydney population of the Green and Golden Bell Frog.

The endangered Green and Golden Bell frog colony at Sydney Olympic Park has benefited from over twenty-years of ecological restoration work, now undertaken by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority, transforming former industrial land into 120 hectares of prime frog habitat including seventy specially constructed frog ponds.

City of Canada Bay Council and City of Parramatta Council have teamed with Sydney Olympic Park Authority to plan and deliver a network of world-class walking and cycle paths linking both cities via a network around Homebush Bay.

The Homebush Bay Circuit will provide visitors with water views and information on sites of significance along with local flora and fauna, attracting both local residents and tourists alike.

ANZ Stadium has surpassed the one million patron mark this year, with massive crowds at both Arsenal Games helping to push crowds past the mark. The Stadium’s 2017 calendar year attendance to 17 July stands at a massive total of 1,140,148 people.

Football fans flocked to witness Arsenal’s first visit to Australia in 40 years, a total of 163,652 fans attended the Arsenal v Sydney FC and Arsenal v Western Sydney Wanderers games.

Members and employees of global nutrition company, Herbalife Nutrition, will visit The Infants’ Home in Sydney to host activities for the charitable organisation’s children on Monday 21 August. They will also meet and welcome newly appointed CEO of The Infants’ Home, Elizabeth Robinson.

Herbalife Nutrition are proud to join with Elizabeth to continue to support the community efforts of The Infants’ Home. The Infants’ Home is one of the three non-profit organisations that the Herbalife Family Foundation supports in Australia through its flagship Casa Herbalife Program.

Sydney Showground came alive with the rest of the precinct on Saturday 15 July, hosting the GWS Giants in a thriller against cross-town rivals the Sydney Swans. Although the match result didn’t make GWS supporters smile, the relaxed atmosphere of The Lawns bar ensured GWS fans were more than happy pre-game. Open until first bounce for each GWS home game, The Lawns bar serves beer, wine, ready-to-drink spirits and soft drinks in the relaxed atmosphere of the lawns outside Gate D.

The Sydney Olympic Park Business Association will hold its Annual General Meeting at the Novotel Hotel at 4pm, Thursday 24 August. This will be followed by After-Five networking.

4pm to 5pm - AGM
5pm to 7pm - Networking drinks and refreshments

The 2018 NRL season will kick off at ANZ Stadium in spectacular style, with an international double-header confirmed for Saturday 17 February.

NSW Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Adam Marshall, has announced that British Super League clubs Wigan and Hull will play the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the St George Illawarra Dragons respectively in a classic pre-season double-header at the Stadium.

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