Sydney Olympic Park welcomed the Year of the Rooster in spectacular style, with a traditional lion dance making its way through the streets as part of the Park’s first Chinese New Year celebrations.
With a morning dance to greet residents, workers, students and visitors coming off the train and a midday dance to entertain those lunching in the Park, the festivities reflected the cultural diversity of the local community in Sydney Olympic Park and surrounding suburbs.
The Australian Red Cross Mobile Blood Service will be visiting Sydney Olympic Park in February.
Where: Corner Dawn Fraser Avenue and Showground Road, Sydney Olympic Park
When: Days remaining for donations this week - Wednesday 8 February, 8.30am – 2pm, Thursday 9 February, 8.30am – 2pm
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Superstar Adele will be visiting Australia for the first time performing her unique 360 degree in-the-round production at ANZ Stadium.
Paying tribute to the global superstar, Bacar Restaurant will extend their area to Level 1 of Pullman with their 'Bar 25' pop-up serving Adele inspired drinks and 3-course menu.
Ride a bike? Even just a bit? Then help make this summer a BikeSummer!
Bicycle NSW wants to see more people out riding bikes this summer, so join the BikeSummer activities for your chance to win!
After an incredibly successful year for Qudos Bank Arena who hosted the likes of Madonna, Bryan Adams, Selena Gomez, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, The Cure, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Kevin Hart, Dynamo, Flume, Keith Urban, Kendrick Lamar and the Sydney Kings in 2016, the Arena has welcomed its showing in Pollstar magazine’s 2016 Year-End rankings of the world’s top arenas.
Based on ticket sales, Qudos Bank Arena has ranked as the number one Arena in Australasia, with the top Arena worldwide being London's 02 Arena, both managed by AEG.
Another year of Sydney Olympic Park’s Movies by the Boulevard has come to an end, drawing in thousands of visitors in January. With such a diverse range of movies being screened, there was something for everyone.
Australia Day saw a special screening of 'Red Dog: True Blue', a new Australian film. Festivities started in the late afternoon with jumping castles and kids activities and a magnificent fireworks display as the sun went down, and ended with the picnic blankets covering the Park as families and friends settled in for the movie.
Olympus Medical Centre believe in a holistic approach to good health and look forward to working with you in 2017 to achieve your health goals. The practice offers a comprehensive suite of services.
Nalesh Murti is an Athletic Performance Physiotherapist working with GWS Giants AFL Team and the Giants Women AFL. Nalesh has a strong background in football medicine especially in end stage sports specific rehabilitation. He also has a special interest in hip and groin injuries and is currently completing his FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine. So whether your code is AFL or soccer, whether you’re a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, Nalesh will get you back on the pitch.