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Come for an afternoon of Indigenous culture, music, food and lots of fun!

Find out about the local Aboriginal Wangal people and how to survive in the mangrove wetland environment by living off the land. Enjoy free samples from our indigenous BBQ, brought to you be NRMA.

Thales recently announced that their partnership with the Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation (KK), has been extended for another three years until 2021.

KK supports children living in families affected by mental illness with particular emphasis on returning Defence personnel and provides recreational and educational camps and other fun activities. A lunchtime session attended by over 30 employees was held to inform employees on the partnership but more importantly, on how they could be involved with KK via volunteering.

New South Wales is set to spearhead sports innovation with the official launch of the Sydney Sports Incubator at Sydney Olympic Park by the NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres.

Minister Ayres said the Sydney Sports Incubator will nurture sports startups to develop, accelerate and commercialise their innovations, growing Australian expertise in sport.

The POP! (Parramatta to Olympic Peninsula) Conference saw key stakeholders, transport and infrastructure experts and government and business leaders get together at ANZ Stadium to discuss some of the best ideas to fix the Olympic Peninsula’s access challenges and explore opportunities to better connect the precinct to the Parramatta and Sydney CBDs.

The BrandPro Challenge will discover which company has the best marketers in Sydney Olympic Park.

$500 prize for the company social fund, trophy for winners.

Competitors are in charge of marketing two brands in the BrandPRO world . Your objective is to maximize the value of your company represented by your Share Price Index (SPI).

NRMA's Blue Highways strategy for improvements to ferry services on Sydney Harbour and beyond was launched by NRMA CEO Rohan Lund at the POP! (Parramatta and Olympic Peninsula) Conference at ANZ Stadium last week.

The strategy includes the establishment of a new Western Quay transport interchange at Sydney Olympic Park and the introduction of new services to put Sydney Olympic Park within 30 minutes of both the Eastern Harbour (Sydney) CBD and Central River City (Parramatta) CBD, reducing the journey time by almost 30 per cent.

A $10 million boardwalk from Parramatta ferry wharf will connect cyclists and walkers to Meadowbank.

The critical link in the Parramatta Valley Cycleway has been promised in the NSW State Budget, due on June 19. It means users will avoid the 36 per cent gradient incline at the Gasworks bridge on MacArthur St and will make the ride from Parramatta Park to Sydney Olympic Park “seamless”.

More than 2,000 extra weekly bus services will be rolled out across NSW in the next 12 months, with customers living in the Northern Beaches, Wentworth Point, Penrith, Blacktown and Lane Cove among the biggest beneficiaries.

The NSW Government has today announced the service improvements which include an extra 60 services a week on route 533 from Sydney Olympic Park to Chatswood via Ryde and Wentworth Point, which currently operates during peak times only, to operate through Wentworth Point during weekdays and on weekends.

This year’s Taste of Origin campaign is taking shape and you too can be a part of it!

The Sydney Olympic Park Authority will be coordinating a promotion to encourage customers to “taste” at this year’s event, creating a dedicated “taste” map, organising advertising and promotions through our various networks and working with event partners to help local businesses theme their shops with merchandise and decorations in the week leading up to State of Origin 2 on Sunday 24 June.

Above & Beyond will be held at Sydney Showground on Saturday 9 June from 6pm to midnight.

Some intermittent sound will be played in the afternoon of Friday 8 June and the morning of Saturday 9 June for sound system checks and to obtain sound operating levels for the event.

Please call 02 9704 1020 for all sound level enquiries.