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AgVision is the leading agricultural and agribusiness careers expo in New South Wales, aimed at students in years 9-11, showcasing the multitude of career options and study pathways available for future leaders in agriculture. The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) hosts the event every second year, welcoming 1,000 students to Sydney Showground. With seminars, workshops and hands-on experience on offer, AgVision provides the mentoring and advice students need when considering a career in the industry that feeds, clothes and provides for us all.

Contributing to the Mega Day on 15 July; Sydney Showground is hosting The Man Cave Experience and the GWS Giants vs Sydney Swans cross-town derby.

The Man Cave Experience is expected to bring 35,000 visitors over 2 days to lose themselves in the wonderful world of cars, bikes, fishing rods, bar accessories, tools and so much more! If it goes in the shed, the bar or on the back of the ute – you will probably find it in the Man Cave Experience. Running all day on Saturday and Sunday (15-16 July), the inaugural Man Cave Experience promises to deliver everything a man could want… under one roof… in The Dome.

Companies, organisations and individuals are invited to become involved in The Innovation Games, 20 August, 11:00am to 3:30pm. This is new unique National Science Week event at Sydney Olympic Park, supported by Inspiring Australia and part of the Sydney Science Festival.

Spaces will be provided for free along with access to 20,000 to-30,000 people in the lead up to an NRL Game at the Park that day. The event itself is free to the public and we are promoting this widely. A partner prospectus is attached.

It promises to be one of the biggest event days in Sydney this year, with more than 135,000 people expected to flock to Sydney Olympic Park on Saturday 15 July to witness four blockbuster events.

The home of major events in Sydney, Olympic Park was built to host monster crowds and unforgettable days, and Super Saturday promises to deliver.

It is going to cost $20 billion, will see a train pull into Parramatta from Sydney every 20 minutes and its effect on businesses and residents will be comparable to the building of the Harbour Bridge.

Transport Minister Andrew Constance was in Parramatta on Tuesday to “press the go button” on the 50km of underground Metro West rail line set to be fully operational by 2025.

When NSW Treasurer Domenic Perrottet stood recently to deliver the latest NSW Government budget there was exciting news for Sydney Olympic Park.

The Treasurer announced some $4.2 billion will be spent on new schools and upgrades to existing ones and as part of that spending program, the Government has formally announced funding for a new high school to be built within the Park.

Recently, Dr Donald Kuah was heard on ABC Radio National about concussion in sport. Dr Kuah was joined on the panel by Catherine Wilmott from Monash University and the AFL.

Dr Kuah is currently the Chairman of the NRL - National Rugby League Medical Advisory Panel and was the Doctor for Wests Tigers for 12 years

NRMA have a great end of financial year offer for people to get a free six-month roadside assist membership.

This is a great opportunity for anyone who does not have NRMA Roadside Assistance to try our services FREE for 6 months (no lock in contract) , or existing Members can still take advantage by adding another vehicle.

To acknowledge Reconciliation Week in late May, PhD Candidate and indigenous knowledge keeper Shannon Foster, hosted a 'yarn session' at the SOPA offices.

This was the first time the day had been acknowledged by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority and was a great opportunity for SOPA employees and several members of the business community to gain a better understanding of our indigenous past.

SGS recently prepared a report for the Sydney Olympic Park Business Association which provides the strategic rationale for improving transport connectivity to Sydney Olympic Park.

The report does this by considering Sydney Olympic Park in the context of ambitions for the Greater Parramatta and the Olympic Peninsula (GPOP) corridor outlined by the Greater Sydney Commission, and undertakes a comparative analysis between this area and the well-established area of East Sydney.

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