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04 Oct

Sydney Olympic Park’s Quaycentre wins national venue award

Sydney Olympic Park’s Quaycentre has been recognised for its outstanding work hosting the 2018 Invictus Games Sydney, winning the Best Achievement in Venue Management category at the 2019 Australian Event Awards. Quaycentre was the largest and longest-operating competition venue for the Invictus Games Sydney, which were held in October 2018 and involved almost 500 wounded..

02 Aug

Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2

Geotechnical Investigation work for Stage 2 will occur in Camellia, Rydalmere, Ermington, Melrose Park, Wentworth Point and Sydney Olympic Park in August, weather and site conditions permitting. Work will include: Establishing a temporary work area Using a vacuum excavation truck to ensure the drilling location is clear of services Using a truck or track mounted..

04 Jul
ICC T20 World Cup

ICC T20 World Cup

The pinnacle global event for cricket’s fastest growing format, the ICC T20 World Cup, is coming to Australia for the first time in 2020, and Sydney will be a big part of the action. Better yet, Australia will host not one, but two ICC T20 World Cups in the same year with the women’s and..

03 Jul

New NSW Building and Construction Industry Commissioner

ON August 1, Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced David Chandler as the inaugural NSW Building Commissioner as part of the government’s planned overhaul of the sector. “David has more than 40 years’ industry experience, which will be invaluable as we move to restore confidence in the building and construction industry,” Ms Berejiklian said in a statement...

02 Jul
Parko Techni

Parko Techni 2019 Temporary Public Art @ Sydney Olympic Park

Enjoy four new public art installations that respond to the unique spirit of the Park. Silver Cascade – P1 Car Park pedestrian entry/exit A site specific intervention of high kinetic and light sensitivity, affixed to the façade of P1 Car Park, directly above the main pedestrian ENTRY/EXIT. Turning Point – P1 Car Park facade This..

14 Jun

Cricket NSW moves to Olympic Park

Cricket NSW has begun an exciting new chapter in its long and proud history by moving to Sydney Olympic Park. After 22 years as part of the Moore Park sporting precinct adjoining the Sydney Cricket Ground, Cricket NSW has moved into recently renovated office and training facilities at 6 Herb Elliott Ave. Cricket NSW Chief..

14 Jun
ANZ Stadium

ANZ Stadium Redevelopment

The NSW government has ended the uncertainty over the timeframe for the redevelopment of our largest stadium, indicating it will remain open until the Blues host next year’s Origin clash. Next year, the SCG will stage the NRL grand final, with the bulldozers commencing work on ANZ Stadium mid-way through next year’s series. The Stadium..

03 Apr

Federal Funding for Homebush Bay Drive Upgrade 

The Federal Government has announced a funding committment of $50 million to upgrade Homebush Bay Drive, including investigating options to improve traffic flow at the intersection of Australia Avenue and Underwood Road. This funding is part of a $253.5 million from the Urban Congestion Fund  included in the Federal Budget. These long awaited improvements are..

25 Mar

“Giants Stadium” in New Naming Rights Deal

The GWS GIANTS have announced a groundbreaking deal that sees the AFL club rename the club’s Sydney Olympic Park home ground to GIANTS Stadium. Formerly known as Spotless Stadium, the multi-year agreement will see the naming rights deal in place during Australia’s largest annual ticketed event, the Sydney Royal Easter Show. GIANTS Chief Executive Officer, David..

05 Mar

Metro West Construction to Start Next Year

Construction on the new Metro West rail line will be accelerated to begin next year – slashing travel times between Parramatta and the city to just 20 minutes. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the decision to bring forward construction is only possible because of the strong economic management of the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government. “We..