June 18, 2020
By Ashima Jain

This year Sydney Olympic Park celebrates 20 years since it played host to the “world’s best games ever”. Now, it is one of the Australia’s leading destinations for business events.

The good news is that the park is now able to confirm bookings with arrival dates from July 2020 for up to 5,000 guests indoors and up to 10,000 guests outdoors. The remaining restrictions are expected to be lifted in the coming months.

Perfect Location for Events

Perfect Location for Events

Boasting 12 venues with more than 100 indoor and outdoor function spaces and a growing community hub of residents and businesses, Sydney Olympic Park, surrounded by 430 hectares of picturesque parklands, is today the centrepiece of Australia’s largest city.

Renowned for its flexibility, Sydney Olympic Park offers organisers the largest selection of conferencing facilities in the Southern Hemisphere. It is known for its ability to use multiple venues in one location, the convenience of a central point of contact for event enquiries, plus a reputation for delivering exceptional events.

With the new M4 motorway tunnel, the park is now just 18 minutes’ drive from the city. The Park continues to evolve and prosper with new attractions and opportunities for event planners ranging from intimate corporate meetings to large-scale incentive rewards, exhibitions and team-building activities.

The Precinct currently houses five onsite hotels with another due for completion in 2022, offering event organisers over 1,100 rooms and all levels of accommodation options ranging from the luxurious five-star Pullman, the four-and-a-half star Novotel, the four-star Quest Serviced Apartments, the three-and-a-half-star Hotel Ibis and the two-star Ibis Budget Hotel. All hotels are conveniently located in the centre of the park, within walking distance to all venues and the train station.

The park has 10,000 car parking spaces and excellent transport facilities with dedicated bus and taxi parking and trains through the Sydney Olympic Park station every 10 minutes.

Venues at Sydney Olympic Park include:

  • ANZ Stadium
  • Aquatic Centre
  • Netball Central
  • Novotel
  • Pullman Hotel
  • Quaycentre
  • Qudos Bank Arena
  • Quest Apartments
  • Sydney Showground
  • Tennis Centre
  • The Locker Room Hotel
  • Waterview at Bicentennial Park
A Celebrated Green Venue

A Celebrated Green Venue

Sydney Olympic Park has recently been recognised as a global leader in sustainability, joining an elite group of precincts across Australia to achieve a prestigious ‘6-star Green Star’ communities rating.

The Park was awarded the rating by the Green Building Council of Australia in recognition of efforts to embed sustainability as a core priority within the precinct. Awarded 97 points out of a possible 110, it is the second-highest rating of any Green Star Communities project in Australia.

Additional recent accolades include Quaycentre winning the ‘Best Achievement in Venue Management’ category at the 2019 Australian Event Awards for hosting the Invictus Games and Sydney Showgrounds winning the ‘Best Banqueting and Catering’ category at the MEA Awards three times – 2016, 2018, 2020.

A Celebrated Green Venue

Complimentary Business Events Service

Sydney Olympic Park offers a completely complimentary business events service as the quickest and easiest way to help you find the right venue. The team acts as your central point of contact, offering you impartial advice, venue recommendations, accommodation options and will coordinate personalised site inspections of your preferred venue choices.

You can now get an onsite experience of the Sydney Olympic Park by taking a 360 degree virtual tour of its venues.

To learn more about Sydney Olympic Park, visit Cvent Supplier Network

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Ashima Jain

Ashima started her writing career with a startup magazine where she wrote content for all its digital channels. During her journalism days, she has contributed stories for some of the top media houses. She has over 3 years of experience in communications and public relations where she was heavily invested in writing digital content for technology brands.

When she takes a break from writing, she loves dancing, listening to music and being a globetrotter.

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