Park News

COVID-19 Response

21 Dec 2020

Update: 22 December 2020

Our primary concern is the safety of our visitors and staff.

We ask all visitors to work with us in our efforts to prevent COVID-19 and be vigilant in their personal hygiene, and follow expert advice from NSW Health.

Sydney Olympic Park Authority will continue to review its management of venues following expert advice from NSW Health and the Commonwealth Government.

Whilst we apologise for any disruption, we trust you understand our decisions and role in supporting public health. 

Cashless Car Parks
Sydney Olympic Park car parks are now cashless. Please use tap and go facilities at pay stations and exit gates.

What venues does Sydney Olympic Park Authority manage?
Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Athletic Centre, Quaycentre, Hockey Centre, Sports Halls and Archery Centre are all managed by Sydney Olympic Park Authority.

ANZ Stadium, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Showground and the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre are all privately managed venues. 

What precautions are we taking?
We have installed additional hand sanitiser stations throughout our venues as well as increased cleaning and more regular disinfecting of surfaces.
Signage has been placed throughout our venues to help communicate the importance of hand washing, covering your sneezes or coughs, and staying home if unwell.

Certain activities have been modified where possible and without compromising safety to ensure social distancing is practised.

Our cleaners have response kits ready in the event of a confirmed case of COVID-19 at our venue, and are using the latest hospital grade cleaning materials.
Increased cleaning protocols for gymnastics are in place including deliberate handwashing of all participants at the commencement of lessons; modification of certain physical activities to minimise social distancing; wiping and cleaning of equipment between classes and after lessons.

About COVID-19
Please visit NSW Health for information on COVID-19

Where to go for medical advice?
Please contact your GP or local emergency department or call the Healthdirect helpline 1800 022 222.

How to stay healthy? Prevent the spread

NSW Health – Novel coronavirus