Explore the Park from the comfort of your home, enjoy nature talks, explore art exhibitions, watch our White-bellied Sea Eagles, hear from our Park Rangers, take virtual tours and more ! There are also be plenty of arts and crafts activities to keep the kids learning and entertained.
World Ranger Day
The Park Rangers at Sydney Olympic Park play an important role in ensuring the parklands are safe for all visitors and that both animals and their habitats are protected. Every day they are responsible for ensuring there are no hazards, conducting environmental monitoring, attending to injured wildlife, assisting if there are any emergencies and helping visitors with enquiries.
You may like to read more about Park Rangers in one of the following books:
Virtually get out of the house with our guided tour of the Brickpit! Venture to the bottom of the Brickpit and learn about the history of this unique environment, which is home to the Parks famous resident, the Green and Golden Bell Frog.
Have you enjoyed working out from home? This week, Olympic Cyclist Kaarle McCulloch takes us through her Awesome Abs Workout for you to incorporate into you fitness routine!
Visit the Murama healing space in VR! Miriki Performing Arts perform at Sydney Olympic Park for the launch of Murama Dance Ground; A functional art installation that provides the community with a safe place to gather and participate in cultural and spiritual activities.
Ranger Tom is back for a special school holiday episode, exploring Sydney Olympic Park. Join him in the Badu Mangroves, as he takes a deeper look into the Wildlife and Food Web in the Parklands.
As we navigate our way through a global pandemic don't forget to take a moment out of your day to focus on your wellbeing.
Here is a minute long meditation video for you to collect your thoughts with some deep calming breaths. Inhale, exhale.
‘Dance Locale’ film project, in collaboration with Sydney Dance Company, celebrates, activates and promotes the beauty and diversity of public spaces in Greater Sydney and NSW. Conceived and devised during the constraints of COVID-19 restrictions, this collection of five films encapsulates the interplay between culture and location.