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Sydney Olympic Park Name Origin
The suburb got its name when it became the base for the infrastructure for the 2000 Sydney Olympics
Sydney Olympic Park Settlement History
Settlement of the area dates from the 1790s. Land was originally used mainly for industrial purposes, housing the State Brickworks and the State Abattoirs from the 1880s to 1988. Extensive redevelopment occurred in the late 1990s when much of the area was developed into sporting, recreation and entertainment facilities for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Considerable commercial and residential development took place following the Olympics, along with redevelopment of parklands. The population grew rapidly between 2001 and 2011, particularly between 2006 and 2011. Most of this population was housed in non-private dwellings (hotels and lodges). Growth is expected to continue, with residential and high-tech office, industry and commercial developments.
Sydney Olympic Park Features
Major features of the area include Sydney Olympic Park (including ANZ Stadium, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Sydney Olympic Park Archery Park, Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre, Sydney Olympic Park Golf Driving Range, Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre, Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre, Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, Sydney Netball Central and Sydney Showground), Newington Armory (including Armory Theatre), Monster BMX & Mountain X Course, Sydney Olympic Park Lodge, Bicentennial Park, Blaxland Riverside Park, Newington Nature Reserve, Wentworth Common, Wilson Park, Lake Belvedere, Waterbird Refuge, Badu Mangroves, Narawang Wetland, Nuwi Wetland, Wanngal Wetland, Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf and the Olympic Park railway station.