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Month: June 2021
30 Jun
2021

Site Wide Turf Weeding Program

Sydney Olympic Park Authority is undertaking a weed control program in turf areas which have regular patronage. Treatments are expected to take one month, weather permitting. Work will include a control program using pesticides to eliminate undesirable bindii, clover and broadleaf weeds. All work will be in accordance with SOPA’s pesticide policy which is an..

30 Jun
2021

URBNSURF Wave Park

Sydney Olympic Park will be home to a new Surfing Centre for Excellence scheduled to open in late 2022. This project has received funding support through the Office of Sport’s Greater Cities Sport Facility Fund and will provide training and development facilities for elite and upcoming surf athletes and serve as a headquarters for future..

30 Jun
2021

Taste of Origin

Sydney Olympic Park Authority is encouraging food and beverage retailers to offer a special menu and consider extending their trading hours to the crowds wishing to enjoy pre- and post-game dining at State of Origin III. Taste of Origin aims to promote dining for the iconic sporting event when it occurs at Stadium Australia. Please..

30 Jun
2021

Lockdown Financial Support for Business

The Premier and Treasurer have announced a rescue package for NSW businesses impacted by the current lockdown. For small businesses of 20 or fewer employees including sole traders, they will be eligible for grants of either $5000, $7000 or $10,000, depending on the nature of the loss in turnover they can demonstrate. A tourism or..

30 Jun
2021

Run NSW – Anniversary 5K

On Saturday 31 July, Anniversary 5K is a chance to experience what every athlete experienced at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games – from the athletics track to the underground tunnel, and the opportunity to run, walk, jog, or roll on the field of play of Stadium Australia – the centre of the Games itself! After..

30 Jun
2021

PRL2 Initial Funding

In last week’s Budget, the NSW Government committed $50 million for planning and development works for Stage 2 of Parramatta Light Rail. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet noted the funding would ensure the right transport links between Greater Parramatta and Sydney Olympic Park and its surrounding precinct. The Business Association is delighted that the NSW Government has..

30 Jun
2021

Other Sporting Events (after July 9)

  NOTE: At the time of publication the events listed below are all scheduled after the current COVID restrictions are set to lift at 11.59 pm on 9 July.  The location of the fixtures may change however subject to circumstances and events may be subject to COVID-19d restrictions. GWS GIANTS vs Gold Coast Suns Saturday..

30 Jun
2021

Experience the Olympic Spirit Live

23 July – 8 August 2021 Yulang at Sydney Olympic Park Sydney Olympic Park is gearing up to host an exciting live site during the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games! More details are coming soon on how we’ll be celebrating this year’s Games live at the Park. For now, get family and friends excited for fun..

30 Jun
2021

NSW Budget 21-22 Summary

The NSW Budget expanded the NSW infrastructure pipeline to $108.5 billion. Most prominent among the new initiatives confirmed in this budget are the creation of Bradfield City Centre beside Western Sydney Airport, funding for the M6 extension to Kogarah, funding to continue planning for Parramatta Light Rail stage 2, and an extra $380 million to..

30 Jun
2021

Extension to Dine & Discover Voucher Program

The NSW Government’s Dine & Discover initiative will be extended to July 31 to give people more time to use all their vouchers eating out or trying a new activity this winter, including during the school holidays. The latest data shows more than 4.23 million people have downloaded the vouchers since they were launched in..