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Sydney Olympic Park accommodation

Sydney Olympic Park was constructed nearly two decades ago to be ready for the 2000 Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games. Originally just a fantastic sporting and recreational venue, the park has now expanded to the point where in 2009 it was officially designated its own suburb. 

How to get to Sydney Olympic Park

From the Sydney CBD you can drive for a leisurely 30 minutes along Sydney West's main entryways, the Sydney West Link and Parramatta Road. Trains are also an option, as two railways lead to the T7 Olympic Line from Lidcombe Station for a journey no more than 45 minutes in length. Ferries and buses are also available.

What do to in Olympic Park

As you can imagine, there are a plethora of great sporting activities to do in Sydney Olympic Park, alongside an exciting array of bushland walks and historic, cultural and artistic venues. 

Start by bringing the family to the Aquatic Centre where every type of watery fun you can think of is a staple. Splasher's Aquatic Playground will occupy the kids with gigantic buckets that fill with water and soak unsuspecting children below, as well as interactive water cannons and a shallow pool. They could also tire themselves out by going around and round in the Rapid River Ride or by taking advantage of the excellent water slides. All of this whilst you relax in the spa or work out in the 10-lane Competition Pool. 

Olympic Park is surrounded by more than 35 kilometres of wetlands and trails to suit both walkers and cyclists. To learn about the park's seven different frog species, pop along the Frog Walk. This fascinating trail leads you to frog ponds, frog underpasses and the Kronos Hill and Wentworth Common's frog fencing. If you don't have your own bicycle then you can hire one of many different types from the park, including mountain bikes, trikes and tandem bikes. When you're good to go, set off along your chosen safari trail to see the former athletes village, the glistening Lake Belvedere, the ANZ Stadium and more!

The fun doesn't end there, either, as Sydney Olympic Park is home to even more great activities. Find your inner circus performer by trying the Flying Trapeze lessons, experience both art and history at The Armory or come to witness your favourite sporting event or rock concert in the stadium itself. 

Sydney Olympic Park accommodation

A five-minute walk from Olympic Park Station sits the ibis Sydney Olympic Park. After you have chosen which of the 144 air-conditioned rooms you would like, take advantage of this Olympic Park hotel's convenient location to walk to your choice of archery, tennis, golf, swimming or nearly any other major sport you can think of. 

Or you could choose the lavish Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park, just a two-minute walk from the Aquatic Centre. One of the most opulent Olympic Park hotels, the Pullman offers 212 exquisite rooms that feature their own Jacuzzi, air-conditioning as well as your choice of comfortable bed. 

So for a holiday of sporting heaven, combined with the chance to immerse yourself in some of Sydney's greatest nature walks, choose the Sydney Olympic Park as your next holiday getaway. 

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