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RichmondPRA, one of our newest members,  is a leading not-for-profit organisation providing community based support and employment services for people living with a mental health issue. Based in Figtree Drive in the front section of the SP Jain building, they offer even more here in Sydney Olympic Park.

They came, they saw, they conquered - 330,997 fans passed through the turnstiles at ANZ Stadium in July witnessing records broken both on the pitch and in the stands.

 

THEY came, they saw, they conquered - 330,997 fans passed through the turnstiles at ANZ Stadium in July witnessing records broken both on the pitch and in the stands.

A rundown industrial area will be transformed into a vibrant new residential community with 2,300 homes and new public access along 1.2km of the Sydney Harbour foreshore.

The Department of Planning and Infrastructure today released draft plans to revitalise 18.6 ha of government land at Wentworth Point over 20 years.

They are five season-defining games across three codes at ANZ Stadium – footy blockbusters that will determine the make-up of the NRL and AFL finals, and decide the Bledisloe Cup.

THEY came, they saw, they conquered - 330,997 fans passed through the turnstiles at ANZ Stadium in July witnessing records broken both on the pitch and in the stands.

Fitzpatrick Investments is a privately owned group with substantial experience in the property sector and extensive land holdings in Western Sydney and other locations including Sydney Olympic Park. Fitzpatrick Investments are currently developing “The Avenue” at 10 Herb Elliot Avenue.

Dine with Accor Hotels Sydney Olympic Park & receive Food & Beverage offers

There are 1.2 million registered netballers in Australia and 30 million globally, making it the most played sport by females worldwide. And Sydney will be playing host to the best in 2015.

Allphones Arena, the host venue for the event, from 9-16 August 2015 currently holds the world record netball crowd of 14,339 for an Australia-New Zealand test match in November 2004.

The CEO of the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015, Michael Brown, gave an overview at the recent Members luncheon of this event taking place in Australia 9-31January 2015. 500,000 spectators in total are expected to attend the event, with an estimated 45,00 international visitors.

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