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ANZ Stadium’s four proud home clubs will take part in a month of derbies at Sydney’s Olympic Stadium this July.

Derby Month will see the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Parramatta Eels and Wests Tigers play against each other in all five July NRL games at ANZ Stadium.

The Sydney Kings welcomes Ashley Stewart to the role of Media and Communications Manager.

Ashley has a Bachelor of Arts, Journalism degree from Deakin University and comes to the Kings directly from several years at the Melbourne United Basketball Club.

Chill IT are a specialist IT company based in Sydney Olympic Park and are pleased to announce the appointment of Justin Melton to the newly created position of CEO.

Justin brings with him a wealth of Senior Management experience in Government and Corporate organisations across industries including Telecommunications, Software and Capital Equipment.

YMCA NSW is pleased to announce it has been awarded the tender for the management and operation of the Sydney Olympic Park Lodge (SOPL).

Since 2010 the organisation has been privileged to represent Sydney Olympic Park Authority (SOPA) as Licensee of its key public asset. The new contract, commencing on 1 July, is for a three-year term with a two-year option attached.

The weather may be dull but that doesn’t mean kids' school holiday experiences need to be. Kids in the Park winter 2018 at Sydney Olympic Park means kids of all ages can escape the cold with loads to do indoors as well as out this July.

This winter will be buzzing at Sydney Olympic Park with 50 activities including FREE options, NEW activities and a variety of good-value and affordable fun to choose from.

Sydney Olympic Park’s resident White-bellied Sea-Eagles have laid not one but two eggs!

The first egg was laid in the early evening of 11 June, and the second egg was laid, very quickly, on the evening of 14 June.

The pair of Sea-Eagles had been preparing for the arrival of the eggs for weeks, renovating last year’s nest with new sticks and green leaves.

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.

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