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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Have you explored one of our favourite areas in the Park - the Badu Mangroves? Ever wanted to know more? This unique wetland forms the largest contiguous stand of Mangroves (Protected Marine Vegetation) along the Parramatta River and features the vulnerable Coastal Saltmarsh (an Endangered Ecological Community). Our environment team are here to teach you all about it.
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.
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.
Relive the magic of Sydney 2000 with our Games Legacy tour. Here's a little sneak peek exploring the stories and moments that defined the games and our Park today
Explore the hiddent habitats in Sydney Olympic Park with Ranger Tom this week. You never know what you could discover..
Join Ranger Tom as he takes a look at the birdlife here at Sydney Olympic PArk
Join Ranger Tom as he gets up close with Beatrice his Golden Orb Weaver Spider.
Everyone’s backyard is different. Our backyard, at Sydney Olympic Park has many different species of birds, plants, trees, bugs and more! Try our fun backyard hunt to see what's hiding in your local area.
Calling all pasta lovers! Our beloved Abattoir Blues have launched The Pasta House an authentic Italian experience for locals to enjoy from home. We go behind the scenes with them to explore their pasta making process.
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Calling all nature lovers and outdoor explorers! Discover the Badu Mangroves with Ranger Tom, one of our education officers in Sydney Olympic Park. In this video you'll learn more about the unique wetland and the Scientific techniques used to understand and take care of the ecosystem.
Take a quick lap around our Brickpit Ring Walk. Get a birds eye view of our brickpit, the walk is 550m long and 18m off the ground.
Stay tuned for our exclusive Virtual tour to the bottom of the Brickpit next week!
We are offering the full suite of curriculum-based school programs as virtual lessons.
Excursions will be available from Kindergarten to Year 12 focused on Geography, Science, History and cross-curriculum priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History and Cultures and Sustainability.
Schools can now choose from different Sydney Olympic Park Education packages to access resources best suited to each class or year’s needs.
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Keep an eye on the Parks resident white bellied sea eagles with our live web cam. Our 24-hour access to the lives of nesting sea-eagles, allows us to investigate their habitat, behaviour and how we can help them survive long term.
From our backyard to yours, take a walk with us as we explore the beautiful Badu Mangroves precinct. This unique wetland forms the largest contiguous stand of Mangroves (Protected Marine Vegetation) along the Parramatta River and features the vulnerable Coastal Saltmarsh (an Endangered Ecological Community).
Cute little pet or dreaded invasive species? The Red-eared Slider Turtle fits both bills.
Discover how the Red-eared Slider Turtle can now be found in freshwater urban wetlands across the world, where they have the ‘honour’ of being listed as one of the world’s worst invasive alien species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).