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Location: Sydney Olympic Park is a suburb in western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Sydney Olympic Park is located 16 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Auburn Council. Originally part of the suburb of Homebush Bay, the area was redeveloped for the 2000 Olympics. The facilities built continue to be used for sporting and cultural events, including the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Sydney Festival, Big Day Out and a number of world class sporting fixtures. The suburb also contains commercial development and extensive parklands. The suburb is home to a significant arts and cultural program including regular events, the largest single precinct public art collection in Australia, the Armoury Gallery which is the largest single room permanent art exhibition space in the Southern Hemisphere, a new theatre and an artist studio facility at Newington Armoury. The suburb is fully dedicated to environmentally and socially sustainable practices and has committed to Master Plan 2030′: an opportunity to establish a best practice example of sustainable urban development for the next 20 years of the Park's growth. The Master Plan 2030 vision is that the Park will, by 2030, be home to a daily population of 50,000 residents, students and workers, in addition to 10 million visitors per year. Transport:
Train: Both Olympic Park Station and Concord West Station are located within walking distance, approximately 20 minutes to Central Station.
Bus: Bus stops at doorstep, which allows you to conveniently reach Olympic Park Ferry Wharf to Darling Harbour, Strathfield, CBD, North Sydney, Parramatta, Rhodes and Macquarie Park.
Car: M2, M3,M4,M5and M7, which is easy for you to drive anywhere in Sydney
Ferry: There are also regular ferry services to the nearby Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf, at the end of Hill Road, serviced by Sydney Ferries to and from various points around Sydney Harbour.
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