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Learn and discover Sydney Olympic Park in a new and engaging way.

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.

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Self Guided Tour App

Discover the many stories and experiences at Sydney Olympic Park, by visiting them yourself or explore from wherever you might be. Whether you are visiting the Park, are a resident or just curious to see what’s here, use the self-guided tours app to discover the Park at your own pace and in your own space.

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Mini Park Rangers: Field Observation

Observation is a very important skill Park Rangers use every single day!

We monitor people, animals and the environment, but have you ever stopped and used your Ranger Toolkit to spot, smell and listen to things you might not have noticed before? Join Ranger Jenny in finding some pretty cool things around the park then complete a field sketch with her!

  • Flashlight by Lizi Boyd
  • A walk in the bush by Gwyn Perkins
  • Slow down by Rachel Williams

Download your Mini Park Rangers Observation Activity Sheet

Mini Park Rangers: Frogs

Sydney Olympic Park is home to seven different species of frogs, which love to live around the ponds, waterways and wetlands!

Join Ranger Sandra to meet Quincy, one of the frogs that calls the Education Centre its home before learning about the life cycle of frogs, then create your own life cycle wheel!

You might like to read some more about frogs in one of the following books:

  • The Wide-Mouthed Frog by Keith Faulkener
  • Lifecycles: Tadpole to Frog by Camilla de la Bedoyere
  • Little Green Frog by Ginger Swift

Download your Mini Park Rangers Frogs Activity Sheet

Mini Park Rangers: World Wetlands Day

Every year Sydney Olympic Park celebrates World Wetlands Day on February 2nd. For 2022 the theme is ‘Wetlands Action for People and Nature’, where we raise awareness about this unique and important environment.

Join Ranger Jenny in visiting some of the wetlands around the park and then create your own wetland at home! 
You might like to read some more about wetlands in one of the following books:

  • Fun in the Mud: A Wetlands Tale by Sally Bolger
  • Wetlands: A Soggy Habitat by Laura Purdie Salas
  • Wetlands Explorer by Mary Quigley

Download your Mini Park Rangers World Wetlands Day Activity Sheet

Virtual Brickpit Tour

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.