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Nature at Sydney Olympic Park
Bike tracks at Sydney Olympic Park
Hire a bike at Bicentennial Park, next to Lilies on the Park Cafe, and explore over 35km of off-road cycle paths around the Olympic venues, Bicentennial Park and along the Parramatta River.
Experience Nature in Sydney Olympic Park
Explore the beautiful gardens and woodlands at Sydney Olympic Park, one of the largest urban parks in the world and home to a wide range of native flora and fauna.
Hire a bike at Bicentennial Park and explore the 35km of cycle paths along the Homebush Bay waterfront past picturesque wetlands, woodlands, and mangroves and the adjoining Blaxland Riverside Park, situated on the Parramatta River.
Take part in one of the nature-based tours available here or go off-road and learn how to ride a Segway.
Sydney Olympic Park is home to over 180 species of native birds and is a great place to go bird watching in one of its purpose-built bird hides.
The Brickpit Ring Walk, an elevated circular walkway, allows you to observe the historic Brickpit while preserving the fragile habitat of the endangered green and golden bell frog.
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