Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127

Sydney Olympic Park NSW

All You Need to Know About Sydney Olympic Park

If you’re looking for a suburb that has it all, look no further than Sydney Olympic Park. This vibrant community offers something for everyone, from sporting facilities and entertainment venues to restaurants and shopping centres. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at what makes Sydney Olympic Park so special. So whether you’re thinking of moving here or just want to learn more about what the area has to offer, keep reading!

History

This suburb was originally home to the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. It was redeveloped to become a premier sporting, entertainment, and leisure precinct. Today, the area is still home to many world-class facilities, including the ANZ Stadium, Qudos Bank Arena, and Sydney Showground.

Sporting Facilities

One of the main reasons people move to Sydney Olympic Park NSW is for the sporting facilities. Whether you’re a fan of AFL, rugby or soccer, you’ll be able to catch a game at one of the area’s stadiums. There are also plenty of opportunities for those who enjoy playing a sport, with several parks and recreation areas available.

Parks and Recreation

This suburb is home to a number of parks and recreation areas, including Bicentennial Park, Wentworth Common, and Blaxland Riverside Park. If you’re looking for somewhere to take the kids, there are also several playgrounds throughout the area.

Entertainment Venues

If you’re looking for nightlife, you won’t be disappointed either. The suburb is home to numerous bars and clubs, as well as live music venues. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re into dancing or just want to relax with a few drinks.

Restaurants and Shopping Centres

When it comes to food, Sydney Olympic Park has you covered. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, serving everything from Australian cuisine to international dishes. And if you need to do some shopping, there are several retail centres in the area. The DFO Shopping Centre is a popular choice for both locals and visitors.

So there you have it, everything you need to know about Sydney Olympic Park. Whether you’re thinking of moving here or just want to visit for the day, this suburb has something for everyone. We hope this blog post has given you a better understanding of what the area has to offer.


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Blaxland Riverside Park

Address: Jamieson St, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9714 7888

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Latitude: -33.8269082

Longitude: 151.0591726

Did you know that Blaxland Riverside Park rates 4.6/5 based on 3610 total ratings?

Reviews for Blaxland Riverside Park

Daniel Shaw

Daniel Shaw

5/5

in the last week

Fantastic amount of play equipment for children. Very good facilities. Good amount of parking so you aren’t stressed or frustrated finding a spot. A nice walk along the river where plenty of cyclists use. It’s a great area that really acts as a hub of social and recreation activity for family.

rabi minion

rabi minion

4/5

a year ago

Great park with lots of facilities – often incredibly busy though

Panda Yo

Panda Yo

5/5

a month ago

Great park, however the toilets are a bit removed from the playground. The playground is quite spread out so you also really need to keep on moving to keep an eye on your kids, also as lots of the areas are hidden by hills. It is awesome tho as there are so many things to do. We were in a large group with kids and adults bikes where we could really use the great bike park. The water spray area was great especially if you bring swimmers as it rotates to the different spray zones with different strengths.


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Shipwreck Lookout

Address: Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9714 7888

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Latitude: -33.8333524

Longitude: 151.0764685

Did you know that Shipwreck Lookout rates 4.5/5 based on 268 total ratings?

Reviews for Shipwreck Lookout

WooHyun Kim

WooHyun Kim

5/5

a month ago

Nice and calming place to walk exercise!
The night view is very awesome 🙂

Daniel Oakman

Daniel Oakman

5/5

2 weeks ago

Very fancy private pool for the richies next to the shipwreck. Walk way was well maintained.

Mavis Tian

Mavis Tian

4/5

2 months ago

You basically need a drone to see the shipwreck in any great detail but it’s certainly an alright sight


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Brickpit Ring Walk

Address: Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9714 7888

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Latitude: -33.8407004

Longitude: 151.071607

Did you know that Brickpit Ring Walk rates 4.4/5 based on 321 total ratings?

Reviews for Brickpit Ring Walk

Shaji Leo

Shaji Leo

4/5

a month ago

Great View and walking path. One can also listen to audio commentary on the history of brickpit. Its also a frog habitat. Easy access from parking. This place is close to shipwreck lookout too.

Prateek Pradhan

Prateek Pradhan

5/5

a year ago

Beautiful scenic walk, fresh air and a refreshing vibe.

Liz Doan

Liz Doan

5/5

a month ago

Beautiful and hidden ring walk. Saw 10 gorgeous black swans. Don’t go if you’re scared of heights.


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Newington Armory

Address: Jamieson St, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9714 7888

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Latitude: -33.8255846

Longitude: 151.0643962

Did you know that Newington Armory rates 4.5/5 based on 311 total ratings?

Reviews for Newington Armory

Gloria Chen

Gloria Chen

5/5

a month ago

good park. few people during the week, much more at weekends. nice place for cycling. There is entrance to Hill Road the the peninsula in wentworh point.

Stephen Somerville

Stephen Somerville

4/5

5 months ago

Lovely park. A very clean large park. Has lots of facilities. Can’t wait to return to this park.

GU Yiqian

GU Yiqian

4/5

3 months ago

Good place for children, good place for walking near to sea line, secret place for couples,nice place for family weekend.


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Wentworth Common

Address: Marjorie Jackson Pkwy, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9714 7300

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Latitude: -33.8371226

Longitude: 151.0725998

Did you know that Wentworth Common rates 4.5/5 based on 383 total ratings?

Reviews for Wentworth Common

Nazan Gunduz-Polat

Nazan Gunduz-Polat

5/5

a month ago

Great place to run, jog, walk or have a picnic. Ideal place to conduct community events. Ample play equipment & if you are observant, you will come across dozens of blue-tongued lizards 🦎🐊

Vincent Wong

Vincent Wong

5/5

a month ago

A good park for jogging, go up the round Hill.

Chimka Ts

Chimka Ts

5/5

a month ago

Always love to be here. Quiet place and playground for small bigger kids


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Cathy Freeman Park

Address: Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9714 7888

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Latitude: -33.8461111

Longitude: 151.0663889

Did you know that Cathy Freeman Park rates 4.4/5 based on 648 total ratings?

Reviews for Cathy Freeman Park

Minx Chique

Minx Chique

4/5

a week ago

Lovely park, smack bang in the middle of Olympic precinct.

Unfortunately, lack of trees and shades (aside from the sides) makes it extremely hot in summer.

Good for walks and parks has amenities. Perfect for families on a day out with a picnic.

Also, the site holds several events throughout the year, ie. Royal Easter Show, Sydney Vegan Market.

Asad Shairani

Asad Shairani

5/5

3 weeks ago

Very nice playground in the olympic park. The best part is that it’s well lit up and you can stay there till late. The cauldron is often working as a water fountain, which is a nice addition.

Divya P

Divya P

5/5

a month ago

There is a children’s park, picnic area and of course a big shower area or what ever you say that. Water keeps pouring every 15 mins. A great place for picnic with family and friends.


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Memorial Park

Address: 14A Meadow Cres, Meadowbank NSW 2114, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9952 8222

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Latitude: -33.8197356

Longitude: 151.0874173

Did you know that Memorial Park rates 4.5/5 based on 314 total ratings?

Reviews for Memorial Park

Tracey Kisiel

Tracey Kisiel

4/5

4 months ago

Fantastic park here with lots of open space and new playground equipment, BBQ’s and park bench and tables.

Marina Riquelme

Marina Riquelme

5/5

4 months ago

I love walking and this pathway is very nice to continue walking

Daniel

Daniel

5/5

6 months ago

My daughter loves the playground!


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George Kendall Riverside Park

Address: 38 Spofforth St, Ermington NSW 2115, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9806 5050

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Latitude: -33.8202574

Longitude: 151.0613338

Did you know that George Kendall Riverside Park rates 4.4/5 based on 575 total ratings?

Reviews for George Kendall Riverside Park

Kat Whitbourne

Kat Whitbourne

3/5

a week ago

The dog park is massive. But it’s one of those dog parks where the owners stay for ages and ages. So if you’re dog doesn’t get along with another or you don’t like the vibe then you’re better off going for a walk around the river because the owners stay for ages.

Bijay

Bijay

4/5

a month ago

Nice big place, nice kids playground, cycling track for kids to enjoy. Huge field for ball games. Great place

Kenneth Yuen

Kenneth Yuen

4/5

a month ago

Toilets need to be upgraded and sometimes when there are parties and social events occurring, there is so much rubbish piled up in the bins that it is overflowing.

Otherwise, the rest of the walking track, fields are good for sports and pets, and has a nice view to the Parramatta River.

In future, there will be a Ermington Light Rail stop as part of the Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 project so there will be improved accessibility and convenience to this park without the need for driving.

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