Discover the best top things to do in Sydney Olympic Park, Australia including Circus Arts, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney Sundancer, Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, Sydney Markets, Rookwood Cemetery, Parramatta Park, Kingpin North Strathfield, Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway, Westfield Burwood.
Restaurants in Sydney Olympic Park
5 based on 88 reviews
Challenge yourself today with Circus Arts - the original and the best Flying Trapeze company in Sydney! Since 1999, Circus Arts Sydney has been bringing the dream of flying alive for its patrons in a fun and safe environment. Located at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Circus Arts offers a weekly timetable of flying trapeze sessions for all ages and abilities. With holiday circus classes, birthday parties and private sessions also available, Circus Arts Sydney offers fun, fitness and skill development for the whole family. Join the circus revolution, stay fit and have fun!
our girls 8 and 10 attended a session today. it was great to see them challenge themselves and see the smiles on their face. The staff were great and very responsive to the kids needs.
4 based on 407 reviews
Sydney Olympic Park is a great sporting entertainment area, it's a whole suburb. There are several stadiums, the main one being the Olympic stadium. There are many opportunities for people to do so many different things. We went there recently and walked around just enjoying the surrounds. We have been there several times on various occasions, going into the Olympic stadium as well as into other areas. It would be nicer, however, if something was done to attract more visitors, more often! The place still seems to lack real life!
5 based on 94 reviews
Sydney Sundancer is a ketch rigged motor sailing yacht, thus combining the stability and comfort of a motor boat with the grace and serenity of a sailing yacht, and is licensed to carry in excess of 70 guests plus crew. However, we prefer to limit the number of guests to around 50 thus ensuring everyone's personal comfort at all times (through adequate space). She is super luxuriously fitted in teak below deck (see attachments) and there is a large canopy which extends virtually the whole length of the vessel giving perfect protection in all weathers. We have won the prestigious Australian Bridal Industry Academy (ABIA) award for the Best Wedding Reception Vessel in Australia in 2007 & 2010 (this award is judged over 3 years to demonstrate consistent excellence) and in 2008 we were inducted into the ABIA "Hall of Fame" (only 6 wedding suppliers in the whole of Australia have been so honoured). This is particularly noteworthy because ACTUAL Bridal appraisal of our service (in a number of categories including "value for money") in their own wedding, is THE evaluation criteria on which the award is based ! We are also the only charter boat ever, to win both the City of Sydney Council Award for The Best Decorated Boat on New Years Eve, and The Australia Day Council's award for The Best Presented / Best Decorated Charter Boat on Sydney Harbour (2000, 2001, 2002, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013), so you will appreciate just how much effort we invest in making each and every cruise a success !!
We decided to celebrate NYE fireworks on board the Sydney Sundancer. There were approxinately 50 people for this excursion that started 5:30pm-1:30am. The captain and his crew are warm, friendly and professional. They made sure everyone had fun without compromising safety. The boat is clean and well maintained. Champagne, wine, beer and refreshments were served all night. Liver pate and lobster were passed as appetizers. Dinner buffet was excellent: roast beef, Turkey, ham, salmon, shrimp and oysters along with various salads. We had an unobstructed view of the fireworks. A memorable evening and the best New Year's Eve celebration. Thanks to the captain and crew for making us feel appreciated and certainly special.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Rosehill Gardens is the home of the Longines Golden Slipper, encompassing world-class thoroughbred racing, top-tier entertainment and a recent $28million refurbishment, ensuring a racing venue that sets world-class standards. Just 22km west of the CBD, and close to Parramatta CBD and Sydney Olympic Park, Rosehill Gardens is home to the world’s richest race for two-year-olds, the $3.5million Longines Golden Slipper, a race rich in history that attracts racing’s finest two-year-old’s each March. Immaculate Gardens surround the specialist track with sweeping turns that make this premier racecourse one of Australia’s most picturesque. Corporates, fashion focused, racing enthusiasts and social guests can be seen taking advantage of the many entertainment options that are on offer.
Metropolitan Racecourse but has the country feel with city service and multiple service facilities , eat drink, wager and easy parking.
Modernised and full of flair and great facilities all round especially in the members.
Finally plenty of room at the finishing post and a smile at every post for service and a great Race Day.Dont even need to bring your own Horse!
3.5 based on 25 reviews
During the week there's trading from any early hour until the afternoon for fresh beautiful vegetables, fruit and seafood. On Saturdays what couldn't be sold to traders or individuals is sold off to all comers getting cheaper as the morning progresses. The prices are wholesale and well worth the trip for you weekly shop or your entertainment function. It's s great experience!
4 based on 50 reviews
Rookwood cemetery is a really interesting place to visit at any time but particularly now when the Hidden sculpture walk is happening (until the 23rd October) There are so many interesting graves, some for the fact of who is buried within the grave, but also because of the beauty of lots of the stonework. There is a volunteer group called Friends of Rookwood who conduct regular tours and that is a worthwhile way of being shown the history of what is the largest cemetery in the southern hemisphere
4.5 based on 196 reviews
Parramatta Park is one of few parks with so much history around it. It is a wonderful place to go for a walk or a run or just sit down and relax. The Old Government House is nearby as are other important sites. There are also activities for families and children.
4 based on 5 reviews
The centre has recently reopened after a refurbishment. Still a great place for bowling and for laser tag especially with the interior update.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Nice place for a walk with several informative stop points along the path. The end of the path as a portion of a ship on display plus Canada Bay on the background (where you can fish).
There are a lot of grass for picnics along if you want to be closer to nature (note that there are no food for sale available in the area so you have to bring your own).
4 based on 42 reviews
Westfield Burwood is your go-to shopping destination for the latest in fashion, beauty, lifestyle and food.
Such a difference to the Eastgardens experience where people could not afford you the time of day. Sales staff at Burwood were so happy and friendly my little grandson was blowing kisses and waving goodbye. The Sussan staff were blowing kisses back and the lady at Katie's was thrilled! Made it a whole lot easier shopping with a little one.
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