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Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park
Located west of the Sydney CBD, Sydney Olympic Park (or just 'Olympic Park' to the locals) is home to Sydney's most prominent sporting, culture, and entertainment events. Originally called Homebush, the suburb transformed when The Olympic Park complex was first built specifically for the Sydney 2000 Olympics. It has grown into a hub of activity for locals and tourists alike.
Why visit Sydney Olympic Park
Iconic events like the Sydney Royal Easter Show, as well as popular foodie festivals and live performances, regularly draw visitors to the park. Encompassing venues like the Cathy Freeman Park, Qudos Bank Arena, Accor Stadium, The Dome, and Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, there's always something exciting happening at Olympic Park. For anyone visiting Sydney to enjoy an event, a Sydney Olympic Park hotel keeps you steps away from the action. Beyond the main complex, the Olympic Park suburb grants easy access to the Sydney city centre and all the excitement therein. Sydney's Central Station is just a few stops away from the Olympic Park train station, or you can travel by car if you have your transportation sorted when travelling. Whether you're a foodie looking for new and exciting bites to eat, an art aficionado who loves to visit galleries and museums, a surfer who can't wait to see the iconic Bondi Beach, Sydney has something for everyone, and Olympic Park accommodation makes for a great home base when exploring the city, with accommodation ranging from budget to upscale.
When to visit Sydney Olympic Park
There are plenty of events that call visitors to Sydney Olympic Park throughout the year. Whether it's the Sydney Royal Easter Show, a sporting event between two of your favourite teams, Supanova comic and gaming convention, live music, or some other events at Sydney Olympic Park that takes your fancy, there's always a reason to visit this hub of activity.
Getting around Sydney Olympic Park
If you're visiting Sydney Olympic Park for an event, it's highly recommended to try to use public transport as much as possible, as parking can become increasingly difficult as more people flock to exciting events. Of course, when you're staying in a Sydney Olympic Park hotel, you may be able to use on-site parking to make getting to your hotel more accessible. Then you can use public transportation to get around the city if you don't feel like driving. Fortunately, Olympic Park is easily accessible via train. The T7 Olympic Park Line will take you in and out of the city (roughly 30 minutes to Central Station and approximately 18 minutes to Parramatta). Always check Transport NSW for up-to-date information on trains.
Things to do in Sydney Olympic Park
While many guests enjoying Sydney Olympic Park accommodation plan their trip around an event at Olympic Park, there's more to this suburb than just the stadiums. In particular, there are many open parklands that are perfect for days out with friends or family. Pack a picnic and a ball or frisbee to toss around in the sun. Or put on your running shoes or grab your bike and enjoy the walking, running and biking paths that decorate the parks. You might even want to join the Wentworth Common park run—a community walk, jog, or run that happens every Saturday morning at 8 am. Of course, there's also a lot of great food around Sydney Olympic Park to delight your tastebuds.
Where to eat and drink in Sydney Olympic Park
Food near Sydney Olympic Park is a blend of fine dining, and quick street eats to satisfy your stomach before or after an event. For fine dining, Bacar Restaurant is a must. Treat yourself to the chef-curated set menu with sommelier-chosen paired wines for a delicious meal. Or choose from their ever-changing seasonal menu for fresh food to satisfy your curious taste buds. If you're in the mood for a more casual atmosphere, P'Nut Street Noodles has some of the best street food in Sydney. Pad Thai, Penang noodles, chilli basil with rice, and plenty more make up P'Nut's menu. The Olympic Park restaurant is open from 11:30 am to 9 pm each day, so it's an excellent casual lunch or dinner option. Of course, there are plenty more options when it comes to delicious dining in and around Olympic Park. There are plenty of cafes and casual eateries that are sure to draw you in with their sensational smelling food.
Choosing your Sydney Olympic Park Accommodation
When it comes to Sydney Olympic Park hotels, you have plenty of great options. If you're looking for accommodation close to Sydney Olympic Park that delivers 5-star excellence, The Pullman Sydney Olympic Park will be calling your name. Lifestyle meets design for business and leisure at this hotel. For a more vibrant getaway, the ibis Sydney Olympic Park is full of contemporary styling with accommodation options to suit a budget. Two restaurants can be found on-site at the ibis, each with its own bar menu for when you just want a nightcap or two. The Novotel Sydney Olympic Park ensures you're only moments away from the stadium, arena, showground, and aquatic centre. You'll still have easy access to the Sydney CBD via public transport so that all of Sydney is within your grasp. Or, if you're on a budget and looking for comfortable, basic accommodation with great service - ibis budget Sydney Olympic Park is your go-to Sydney Olympic Park accommodation. However you want to plan your accommodation in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct, Accor has options to help you make the most of your time in Sydney. Discover our selection of hotels in Sydney Olympic Park for your next planned event, business trip, family holiday, or weekend break.