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Visiting Sydney Olympic Park? These are the top things to do.

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Visiting Sydney Olympic Park? These are the top things to do.

From exploring on foot, to enjoying world-class entertainment in some of the world’s best stadiums, Sydney Olympic Park has it all.


Welcome to the vibrant heart of Sydney, also known as Sydney Olympic Park, where the world of business and pleasure converge in a spectacular fashion. Wondering what makes this place a hotspot for the go-getters and explorers? Let’s dive into the myriad of things you can experience right at your doorstep when you stay at Pullman Olympic Park.


Explore Bicentennial Park


This impressive 40-hectare suburban attraction features wetlands, lakeside meadows, green vistas and extensive parklands. Adventurous types can use the park for hiking, running or cycling, but those wanting to simply relax and take in the views can enjoy a delightful picnic and take advantage of the ample picnic shelters, barbecues and bathrooms. Our top pick? Grab a picnic blanket and set yourself up on the grassy banks of Lake Belvedere and take in the serene surroundings. A picnic at Bicentennial Park is easily one of the best things to do at Sydney Olympic Park and, the best part? It’s easy to get there from the Pullman.


Catch a show at Accor Stadium


You can’t visit Sydney Olympic Park without experiencing its biggest stadium. In the past year alone, Accor Stadium has cemented its place as one of Sydney’s top attractions by playing host to some of the world’s most well known artists, including Cold Play, KISS, The Weeknd, Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters and P!NK.


Take a dip at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre


Channel your inner Ian Thorpe by splashing around at the Aquatic Centre. Whether you want to squeeze in some exercise on your visit by swimming laps, or you want to dive into history with the athletics achievements exhibition, the Aquatic Centre is a must visit when looking for things to do in Sydney’s Olympic Park.


Indulge in some retail therapy at DFO Homebush


No holiday is complete without checking out the local shopping centre. Luckily for Sydney Olympic Park visitors, DFO Homebush is right on your doorstep. Not only is DFO packed with some of the best local and international retailers, but it’s also made up of outlets, so you’re guaranteed to score a bargain.


Catch a wave at URBNSURF


There’s no need to head to the beach when you want to catch some waves on a hot day. Opening in 2024, URBNSURF is a world leading surf park facility that will be a welcome addition to Sydney Olympic Park.


Cheer on the Sydney Kings


No visit to Sydney Olympic Park is complete without catching a Kings game at Qudos Bank Arena. Family passes start from just $45 and individual tickets from only $20.


Enjoy a culinary adventure with some of Sydney’s best restaurants


One thing is certain when visiting Sydney Olympic Park – you will not go hungry during your stay. One of our favourite restaurants in the area is Bacar Restaurant, a contemporary Australian venue that celebrates the best of local and seasonal cuisine. Perfect for a business meeting, family lunch, catch up drinks with friends or a celebratory dinner, Bacar will not disappoint. Other standout destinations include The Brewery Bar & Kitchen for a casual bite, Piccolo Roma to satisfy all your pasta cravings, or Lotus Story for a fresh Vietnamese-inspired feed.


Wondering where to rest your head after a day of adventure? Pullman Hotel at Sydney Olympic Park is the most sophisticated 5-star hotel in Western Sydney. Discover a hotel where unparalleled luxury and impeccable service are seamlessly infused into each and every stay. Perfectly located at the Sydney Olympic Park sports, entertainment and business hub, Greater Sydney’s favourite 5-star hotel is the embodiment of chic style and sophistication.