Sydney Olympic Park - Aerial of Sydney Olympic Park at Dusk - photography by Ethan Rohloff

Master Plan 2030

We have a comprehensive plan guiding the long-term development of Sydney Olympic Park, it’s called Master Plan 2030.

Your Park hosted the “best Games ever” and will continue to be an active suburb which is considered the best example of successful Olympic legacy within Australia and overseas.

We will continue to be a major event destination, retain our environmental and recreational value and provide ongoing support to the development of community and elite sports.  

Every 5 years we review this plan to ensure it remains relevant as required by NSW Planning and Environment.  

In 2014 A Plan for Growing Sydney was released to manage growth of the city, highlighting the significance of the Park and Olympic corridor which connects and supports Sydney’s two CBDs.  

With the Bennelong Bridge connecting Wentworth Point to Rhodes now complete, Sydney Olympic Park will see more major transport infrastructure improvements with the WestConnex M4 works and construction of the light rail connecting the Park to Parramatta and Strathfield.

The review will enable Sydney Olympic Park to continue to deliver outstanding social, economic and environmental benefits for the people of Sydney and NSW.

The results of the review will be delivered by NSW Planning and Environment mid 2017.   You can view the current  Master Plan 2030 documents as well as the proposed Master Plan 2030 documents.