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Precision Athletica is delighted to welcome Peter Caine to the practice. As both a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Peter is an accredited provider for the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia and NSW Institute of Sport.

As the Physio for the Australian Winter Olympic Team and an all round expert in snow sports, Peter will be developing a High-Performance Winter Sports Program at Precision Athletica and is already available for appointments - not just to the top end athletes, but anyone looking to stay injury free, recover from injury or generally get more from their sporting pastimes.

This is a Sydney Olympic Park Business Association Member Event, in conjunction with the Sydney Business Chamber, Western Sydney.

Platinum, Gold and Silver Members receive complimentary ticket allocations and Bronze and Affiliate Members can purchase tickets at the Special Members Rate.

Complimentary participation in the MiniBizness Expo during pre-luncheon drinks is open to ALL Members on a 'first in' basis.

There is still time to take advantage of this special offer and receive access to the best bike riders insurance available in NSW - you are covered for bike riding* anywhere in the world, whether you commute, roll on the weekends or are in training for distances, Bicycle NSW have got your back.

Membership costs less than a coffee a week!

Take a seat at Bacar Restaurant with mum this Mother’s Day for a delicious high tea experience; from freshly baked scones to walnut brownies and cake pops.

For the savoury lover, there is mini quiches, mascarpone bagels and other delights. Why not top the experience off with a glass of Moet Champagne!

Western Sydney Wanderers are excited to announce their 2nd annual Gold Star Luncheon to be held on Friday 14 July in celebration of the Western Sydney Wanderers FC’s first marquee international match against Arsenal FC.

Work has officially begun on the new NSW Rural Fire Service headquarters at Sydney Olympic Park, with Emergency Services Minister Troy Grant turning the first sod on the Murray Rose Ave site on Friday afternoon.

Now calling Sydney Olympic Park home, Mr Grant said the new facility will give the NSW RFS the emergency management resources they need to continue their world-leading fire fighting responses and strategies.

Park residents and visitors using the busy intersection at Dawn Fraser and Edwin Flack Avenue’s near ANZ Stadium will notice something new from Thursday 4 May.

The intersection now has a set of traffic lights in operation to regulate traffic flow through this busy road junction linking Edwin Flack and Dawn Fraser Avenues and Uhrig Road, dramatically improving the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers in this high-traffic area of the Park.

Sydney Olympic Park’s Lifestyle program has hit a milestone, surpassing 7000 members and continuing to provide exclusive offers worth more than $4,700 in only eight months.

Motorists can now enjoy safer and easier travel at Sydney Olympic Park with the installation of new indented bus bays on Sarah Durack Avenue outside both P3 and P4 Car Parks, just another improvement to the local road network delivered by Sydney Olympic Park Authority.

The new indented bus bays will reduce impact on traffic as buses will no longer stop in the traffic lane. The works saw instillation of a new kerb, realigned asphalt footpath, asphalt indented bus bays and new landscaping.

Bicentennial Park’s popular Badu mangroves pathway will remain open for students, pedestrians and cyclists during high tides and heavy rain events as a result of a new innovative bridge that has been installed to connect the Waterbird Refuge and the Education Centre.

New technology was used to ‘future proof’ this important community asset, which has been by 0.5m to adapt to the rising levels of Powells Creek and the Parramatta River.