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Make Music is a free celebration of music around the world o to be held on 21 June. Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 800 cities in 120 countries. This year, Sydney Olympic Park is joining the celebration of all things music!

Completely different from a typical music festival, Make Music is open to anyone who wants to take part. Every kind of musician — young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion — pours onto streets, parks, plazas, and porches to share their music with friends, neighbors, and strangers. All of it is free and open to the public.

Nothing hits you like Origin at The Brewery

Be part of true blue Origin excitement at our Live Blues site at The Brewery Bar + Kitchen at Sydney Olympic Park.

Watch the live broadcast of the Holden State of Origin series on our live outdoor screen from the comfort of a bean bag or stool in our beer garden.

Herbalife Nutrition’s Wellness Tour in Australia featuring headline speaker Dr Darren Burgess, Director of High Performance at Arsenal Football Club, will be presenting at HERBALIFE NUTRITION SYDNEY CENTRE, Suite 1 Ground Floor Quad 1, 8 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park on Friday 8 June.

Dr Darren Burgess will be leading the conversations to encourage Australians to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle.

Olympus Medical Centre in Sydney Olympic Park will be providing FREE Flu vaccinations this season.

All Flu vaccinations will be free to valid Medicate card holders.

Call 02 9746 3377 to make your appointment now.

Sydney Olympic Park Authority is working closely with IKEA Rhodes to deliver new place making initiatives. As part of the collaboration, IKEA Rhodes have extended a special offer to the Park business community.

As a member of IKEA BUSINESS, you can get a $150 IKEA voucher for every $1,000 spent before the end of June. Offer valid 1 June to 30 June 2018.

The energy demands placed on a young athletes body can be incredibly high – sufficient energy is needed for growing, building new muscle tissue, developing bones to peak mineral density, meeting a high energy output from training demands, and recovering from the stress and impact of training.

All of these things in addition to the stress of juggling school, training and competitions can impact growth and development, increase fatigue, and increase the risk of getting sick if nutritional needs are not met.

It's a trans-Tasman rivalry like no other at ANZ Stadium this August with a double-dose of Australia v New Zealand.

The Buildcorp Wallaroos and Qantas Wallabies will share the billing at Sydney’s Olympic Stadium on Saturday 18 August as the Australian men’s and women’s team face off against the Black Ferns and All Blacks.

Let’s talk security.

Not the physical type, where locks and alarms and cameras can help protect your premise, but IT security, easier to underestimate because you cannot actually see it at work.

The Men of League Foundation, located within ANZ Stadium as the primary rugby league charity, are welcoming a new CEO. Stephen Lowndes will start in this leadership role on 25 June and brings a breadth of knowledge from his current role as CEO of Royal Rehab working closely with the Royal Rehab Foundation.

Stephen has held previous leadership roles at Aged and Community Services NSW and ACT and Manchester Unity Australia Ltd.

Back by popular demand, Sydney Showground will be hosting the Pop-Up Christmas carnival again in 2018, bigger and better than ever before.

Starting at just $84 per person, this event provides clients and businesses with a unique alternative to the traditional end of year fesitivities.

The Pop-Up Christmas carnival will run from Saturday 24 November to Sunday 9 December. Jam-packed with rides and gourmet food trucks - all in a fabulous festive environment.

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