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Sydney Olympic Park

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Sydney Olympic Park

475 Reviews
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Australia Ave, Sydney Olympic Park, Auburn, New South Wales 2127 Australia
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A full day tour to appreciate the Aussie culture, countryside and our way of life. Picture Me Sydney let you sleep in, avoid the Sydney traffic and tourist crowds of the Mountains. <br>Listen to sounds of nature, the birds and water flows as we take you on an immersive, nature tour. Discover the beauty of this UNESCO listed region. We are the only tour to stay for dinner at a local hotel and watch sunset over the Megalong Valley. <br>Travel in executive comfort for an out-of-the-ordinary experience that will leave a lifelong impression and lasting memories. <br><br>This ten hour tour includes two one hour nature walks, amazing remote lookouts and the iconic Three Sisters at Echo Point. We can customize the tour locations or start time. Featherdale Wildlife Park or other locations.
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Linda S wrote a review Oct 2020
20 contributions4 helpful votes
The seating is very well planned . The staff are very very professional. The ammenities are very easily accessible for people with disabilities and young children. I have many memories of bands and sporting events I have attended there. I highly recommend this venue.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Tricia’s Travelling wrote a review Oct 2020
Sydney, Australia1 contribution
Was trying to find a flat walking/biking track (had read online that River Heritage Circuit was good) for some inline skating around Sydney Olympic Park (SOP). Couldn’t find that track anywhere on online maps so decided to go to the visitors information office at the park. Drove to SOP and found out there isn’t one. Then phoned the main number and spoke to the most pleasant, knowledgeable and helpful lady named Karen. After finding out what I was after she actually stayed on the phone with me (Bluetooth in car of course :-) whilst she guided me to the area I was interested in. Thank you so much Karen, you are an amazing asset to the SOP.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Anthony S wrote a review Oct 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia11 contributions
A once industrial area has been transformed into a fantastic massive park lands, wetlands, mangrove boardwalk and lakes. Which are all flat easy walks to be enjoyed by everyone of all ages and fitness levels There is good view to be had from the Check Treillage Tower. Picnic tables are scattered thru the park. Toilets available in several areas. However there is only one cafe to be able to buy food and drinks from The park is able to be reached easily via Concorde West train station or with a car
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Date of experience: October 2020
Ben E wrote a review Sep 2020
2 contributions
Drove around for 2 hours looking for a parking spot, none available. So much space but only a few parking lots. Not happy.
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Date of experience: September 2020
nick164 wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney, Australia1,905 contributions526 helpful votes
Sydney Olympic Park was once a polluted industrial site. As part of the preparation for the Sydney Olympics in 2000 the site was remediated and now sports wetlands, mangrove boardwalks and riverside walks. It’s an enjoyable area to explore for a few hours. In terms of some recommended sites… starting at Rhodes railway station, follow the riverside path to Bicentennial Park. Checkout the views from the Treillage Tower. Then explore the Badu Mangroves using the boardwalk, Shipwreck Lookout and Wentworth Common & the Bay Marker Lookout. The nearby Brickpit Ring Walk was the highlight of the walk.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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