The next exciting stage for Sydney Olympic Park


Sydney Olympic Park is entering the next exciting stage where there will be more…. to do, more shops, places to live and work, transport, local parks, education, health and wellbeing, excitement, adventure, night-life and even more opportunities.

Why a Review?

Master Plan 2030 was first approved in 2010 to develop a sustainable and active Sydney Olympic Park.

To ensure our Master Plan remains current and relevant, a 5 yearly review is required by NSW Planning and Environment.

In 2014 A Plan for Growing Sydney was released to manage growth of the city, highlighting the significance of the Park and Olympic corridor which connects and supports Sydney’s two CBDs.

With the Bennelong Bridge connecting Wentworth Point to Rhodes now complete, Sydney Olympic Park will see more major transport infrastructure improvements with the WestConnex M4 works and construction of the light rail connecting the Park to Parramatta and Strathfield.

The review will enable Sydney Olympic Park to continue to deliver outstanding social, economic and environmental benefits for the people of Sydney and NSW.

What was the Review process?

Commencing in 2014, the review process involved a series of research projects, community and stakeholder consultations, technical studies and workshops.

The Authority has worked with other agencies to identify and address infrastructure gaps and new opportunities for Sydney Olympic Park.

What will change?

As a result of the review of Master Plan 2030, Sydney Olympic Park will be further activated with a total of:

  • 10,700 homes for 23,500 residents
  • 34,000 job opportunities
  • retail space increased to 100,000m2 
  • more local parks
  • possibilities for new primary and secondary schools

Three key precincts of Master Plan 2030 (Stadia, Central and Parkview) were reviewed with further development focused around transport corridors and infrastructure. There have been small enhancements to the Central Sports, Southern Sports and Boundary Creek & Tennis precincts.

What won’t change?

Sydney Olympic Park has evolved from the “best Games ever” to an active suburb which is considered the best example of successful Olympic legacy within Australia and overseas.

The Park will continue to be a major event destination, retain its environmental and recreational value and provide ongoing support to the development of community and elite sports.

Have Your Say

Feedback will play an important role in helping to shape Sydney Olympic Park so that it meets its full potential.

How can you get more information?

  • View the  Master Plan 2030 (Review 2016) brochure
  • View the draft documents on the Sydney Olympic Park Authority website
  • Get more information or download the documents on the Department of Planning & Environment website 
  • View the documents at one of the following locations:
    • Department of Planning & Environment, 320 Pitt Street, Sydney 
    • Department of Planning & Environment (Parramatta Office), 10 Valentine Avenue, Parramatta 
    • Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Level 1, 8 Australia Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park
    • Parramatta City Council, 126 Church Street, Parramatta
    • Cumberland Council, c/o – Auburn Civic Centre, 1 Susan Street, Auburn
    • City of Canada Bay Council, c/o – Concord Library, 60 Flavelle Street, Concord 
  • Visit a pop up information stand:
    • Friday, 14 October 2016, 1pm to 7pm, Sydney Olympic Park (Corner of Australia Avenue and Herb Elliott Avenue)
    • Saturday 15 October 2016, 1pm to 4pm, Newington Marketplace
    • Saturday 22 October 2016, 1pm to 4pm, Wentworth Point 'The Piazza'
    • Friday, 28 October from 1pm to 7pm, Sydney Olympic Park (Corner of Australia Avenue and Herb Elliott Avenue)
  • Join a walking tour to discover the next exciting stage for Sydney Olympic Park (registrations essential):
    • Friday, 4 November, 12pm-1pm, Sydney Olympic Park (Corner of Australia Avenue and Herb Elliott Avenue) 
    • Saturday, 5 November, 2pm-3pm, Sydney Olympic Park (Corner of Australia Avenue and Herb Elliott Avenue)

Make a submission

Submit feedback via the Department of Planning and Environment’s website