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A new pedestrian land bridge deck has been set in place to provide an incredible new entrance to Bicentennial Park.

The bridge is a collaboration project between Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Ecove, with Ecove delivering this piece of infrastructure as part of its 390-unit residential development Opal Towers.

Situated within the picturesque landscapes of Bicentennial Park, Waterview will team up with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs as Official Venue Partner for the next two seasons.

In a tranquil park setting that has magnificent lake views, Waterview offers great flexibility and versatility in terms of accommodating events such as Weddings, Business Events, School Events and Special Occasions.

Sydney Sports Medicine Centre is a centre for training doctors undertaking specialisation from the Australasian College of Sports Physicians.

The current registrars who have commenced their specialisation training are Dr Jin Lee and Dr Leigh Golding.

The Junior Holiday Tennis Camps run during the school holidays at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre and are open to all children 5-12 years of age.

The Junior Tennis Camps aim to include all participants in a variety of fun and engaging activities.

There will be a complimentary sausage lunch on the final day, encouragement awards for each full week participant and a trophy for the ‘Most Improved Player’.

Olympus Medical Centre in Sydney Olympic Park will be providing FREE Flu vaccinations this month.

Anticipated delivery is mid to late March and all Flu vaccinations will be free to valid Medicate card holders.

Call 02 9746 3377 to make your appointment now. Located at Ground Level, Australia Towers, 5 Australia Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park.

New faces, old enemies, a massive double-header and Easter traditions . . . rugby league is poised to deliver a spectacular first month of action at ANZ Stadium in 2018.

Mighty March will see all four of the Stadium’s home clubs hit the field in a run of six blockbusters that will light up the NRL Telstra Premiership.

Sydney's home of major events, ANZ Stadium, will host a historic first stand-alone Holden State of Origin match this June . . . a Sunday blockbuster that promises to be one of the most anticipated sporting events of 2018.

Desperate to end the Queensland Maroons’ Origin dynasty, the NSW Blues will get the chance to play in front of their parochial home fans in the crucial State of Origin Game II on Sunday 24 June.

One of the most hotly anticipated tours in recent memory will have fans flowing through the turnstiles of ANZ Stadium when Ed Sheeran plays three mammoth concerts from 15-17 March.

Global superstar Ed Sheeran's trio of shows sets up a historic week of entertainment in Sydney with a number of events being staged at Sydney Olympic Park.

Sydney Sports Medicine Centre Partner, Dr Corey Cunningham, has been appointed the new Censor in Chief of the Board of Censors for the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Physicians.

This role oversees the training of Registrars as well as the exam processes for both Registrars and Prospective Fellowships of the College, that are required before new Specialists and Fellows can become accredited.

SSMC Partner, Dr Corey Cunningham has been appointed the new Censor in Chief of the Board of Censors, overseeing the Australian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians examination process.

Get set for Mirvac to cast a red glow over Sydney Olympic Park as it prepares to showcase the Scarlet Collection at Pavilions.

A very limited selection of apartments capturing sensational views from levels 25 to 35 will be offered this month, all featuring luxe interiors and premium finishes.