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The Sydney Olympic Park is a massive sporting complex located about 16 kilometres towards the west of the Sydney city centre. The complex was established in 1996 and the entire site was host to the Sydney Olympics in 2000. The park has undergone significant...more

Sydney, Australia

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The Sydney Olympic Park is a massive sporting complex located about 16 kilometres towards the west of the Sydney city centre. The complex was established in 1996 and the entire site was host to the Sydney Olympics in 2000. The park has undergone significant development since the completion of the 2000 Olympics in order to turn the venue into a multipurpose facility. At present, the site is an excellent venue for various events, sports, leisure time, education and nature. Several restaurants and eateries are available at the Sydney Olympic Park, as well as free exhibitions of modern art, kiddies parks and bike safari circuits. It is popular tourist attraction and is visited by over 10 million visitors every year. The Sydney Olympic Park is definitely worth a visit while sight-seeing Syndey.

Ticket Price

Differs according to the facility in the park

Opening Hour

Differs according to the facility in the park

Recommended Visit Duration

Around 2 – 3 hours

Suitable For

 Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children

Must See

The open parks and sporting venues

Prayer Facilities

Plenty of private area is available at the Sydney Olympic Park that can be used during prayer times. There are also a few mosques near Sydney Olympic Park such as the Auburn Gallipoli Mosque and the Bukhari House Mosque which are located around 5 – 10 kilometres away from the park.

Halal Food

The Sydney Olympic Park offers several cafes and eateries that might not serve Halal food. It is possible to opt for a few vegetarian snacks or seafood around the area or for those who don’t mind travelling a bit further, a few Halal restaurants near Sydney Olympic Park are available a short distance away – such as the Zaaffran Restaurant and Aki's Indian Restaurant.

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