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Bicentennial Park

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Bicentennial Park is part of the Sydney Olympic Park Grounds. In the year 2000, Sydney hosted the Olympic Games and to prepare for this, a large indoor and outdoor sporting establishment was constructed, including various public areas, athlete accommodation and multifunction centres. Bicentennial Park is included in this large feature, which is now used for other sporting, cultural and arts events which require a large space and easy public access.

Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park was opened in 1988 to celebrate 200 years of the First Fleet arriving on Australian soil and colonising a new nation. A great deal of planning and work went into creating this 40 hectare natural heritage site, as the land was originally a rubbish dump. It was developed to consider sustainability, wildlife, and the natural environment, and now preserves the local ecosystem in the whole Parramatta River area.

Today, visitors are welcomed to enjoy the green oasis in this primarily residential and industrial western suburb. Bicentennial Park offers tours of the area, environmental education programs, and a range of recreation activities for all ages. The park has ample space for picnicking, ball games, wetland walks and bird-watching. It also contains a very popular track for cycling, water features, and special monuments. Address: Australia Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park NSW, 2127.

 

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