Sydney Olympic Park is an active and vibrant town centre, encompassed by 430 hectares of Parklands. Over 300 hectares Sydney Olympic Park Parklands are classified as threatened species habitat, showcasing incredible biodiversity.
The Sydney Olympic Park Community User’s Guide has been developed to help you and your family, colleagues and friends navigate your way through the Park; assisting you to live a happy, healthy and sustainable lifestyle. In achieving this sustainable lifestyle- you will also help protect the environment and ecology of Sydney Olympic Park.
Sydney Olympic Park Authority has registered a commitment to becoming a 6 Star Green Star Community with the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA).
We are aiming to become the first Olympic precinct in the world to achieve a 6 Star Green Star sustainability rating within the next three years; implementing Smart City initiatives; and developing a carbon neutral strategy.
The Authority has been developing action plans to achieve a 6 star Green Star Communities rating through the delivery of a sustainable precinct that provides a healthy environment, liveable community and prosperous city.
Take a look at our Community User’s Guide to see what the Authority is doing, and what you can do to help create a Green Star Community at Sydney Olympic Park.
Read how you and your friends and family can help protect wildlife from the harmful effects of human litter and waste. Also steps you can make to reduce the amount of rubbish created each day through simple actions.
Discover how you can reduce your electricity usage at home to help the environement and reduce your electricity bills.
Learn how you can reduce your water usage in your home to help the environment and to help reduce your water bills.
Discover the many transport options available so you can leave the car at home and reduce your carbon footprint.
Help protect Sydney Olympic Park's rich natural environment that includes over 250 native animal species, over 400 native plant species and three endangered ecological communities.