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The State of Origin at ANZ Stadium will bring large crowds and increased traffic to Sydney Olympic Park on Wednesday 13 July. It is expected to be particularly busy on the roads

Adjust your travel times, where possible, to avoid delays and traffic congestion, especially at the Australia Avenue and Sarah Durack Avenue intersection.

We are delighted to welcome Olympus Medical Centre, Olympic Park, our newest Member of the Business Association, who opened their doors on Australia Avenue last Monday, 27 June.

Olympus Medical Centre, Olympic Park is a new, quality medical centre, open seven days a week, to service residents of the Olympic Park area.

Latest Headline News

S P Jain School of Global Management are hosting two EMBA information sessions this week.

Click on the registration link and attached flier if you or any of your colleagues are interested in finding out more on the program.

The Sydney Sports Incubator (SSI) invites Members of the Business Association and interested parties to attend their next pitch event showcasing three new, exciting and innovative startup companies.

SSI is designed to assist both start-ups as well as existing companies establish or build-out the commercialisation of their sports related products or services.

Matt Abood will make his long awaited Olympic debut at the Rio 2016 Games after he joined fellow New South Wales Institute of Sport athlete James Magnussen and the Gold Coast’s James Roberts in the 2016 Australian Olympic Team today.

Nearly 40,000 fans braved extreme weather conditions in Sydney on Saturday night for the Socceroos v Greece Dondoni Series at ANZ Stadium.

Over 80,000 blue and maroon supporters flooded into a blue-washed Sydney Olympic Park to enjoy a night out for State of Origin I.

A storming second half by the NSW Swifts sealed a 58-54 win over The Coffee Club Queensland Firebirds, and with it ending a record 21-game winning streak by the defending champions, in Sydney on Sunday 29 May.

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