The Centre for Sports Medicine (TCFSM) at Genea Netball Centre in Sydney Olympic Park would like to wish all the GIANTS teams that they service all the best for the 2017 Season.
TCFSM service the following teams GWS Giants AFL, Giants Women’s AFL and GIANTS Netball.
You don’t have to be a GIANT to come to The Centre for Sports Medicine, but we can offer you the same level of care as a GIANT.
The NSW Government recently announced the detailed route for Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail Project.
This will now allow the NSW Government to turn its focus to Stage 2 of the project - linking Camellia to Strathfield via Sydney Olympic Park with planning work for stage two of the project being developed in collaboration with Sydney Metro West.
It was another huge year for Sydney Olympic Park in 2016 with big games, big announcements and big developments all adding up to make it a year to remember.
During the year the Park hosted over 14 million people, some 5,600 events with over 230 organisations employing more than 18,000 workers, plus our daily population of workers, students and residents passed 21,000, a number that will surge with the imminent completion of several major residential and commercial developments in the coming year.
Little Zac's Academy invite you to attend their open day from 10am - 1pm on Saturday 17 June. All Welcome!
Come and check out the brand new facilities including play areas, study areas and a kitchen where healthy snack are prepared for the kids daily.
We have many talented people at Sydney Olympic Park who do their part for the community. Our Precinct Operations team always have some great experiences, working hard to coordinate the 5,000+ annual events of all shapes and sizes so that they are safe and enjoyable experiences for our millions of customers.
We are very proud that one of our Operations Coordinators also serves as an Army Reservist and was recently selected to attend Rifle Company Butterworth in Malaysia for essential training including security, logistics and communications.
Sydney Showground and the GWS Giants have entered into a partnership with the AFL Sportsready program to support National AFL Academy player Nathan Richards, in developing his career opportunities. The program will see Nathan complete a Certificate III in Turf Management, in addition to fulfilling his AFL commitments and working with the team at Sydney Showground for two days each week.
Pillars of Strength will be hosting their Corporate Golf event at the Macquarie Links International Golf Club on Thursday 6 April.
The event will commence with a shot-gun start at 8.00am and followed by lunch and activities in the afternoon.
Proceeds from the event will support the work of Pillars of Strength to expand the support offered to bereaved dads through their In Hospital Support and Time Out programs.
It was through sport that Matt Williamson found his trade. But after almost 10 years as an electrician, he’s changing careers to pursue his first passion.
“I left school after Year 10 and ended up in an electrical apprenticeship through mates in rugby league. I don’t regret the apprenticeship and I recommend the trade, but I’m ready for a new challenge.”
11,005 fans in attendance, the third biggest home crowd in franchise history and the largest Kings’ crowd in the Harbour City since November 2004 – saw Melbourne jump Sydney early with a devastating perimeter shooting display, then answer a tremendous Kings’ fightback to win going away.