A blueprint to guide the future growth and sustainable development of a world-class sporting and event precinct, surrounded by more than 430 hectares of parklands.
The review of the Sydney Olympic Park Master Plan 2030 identifies opportunities to transform the precinct into a thriving urban centre with a new school, five additional or enhanced parks, employment opportunities, residential communities and retail.
Ideally located in the centre of metropolitan Sydney, Sydney Olympic Park is known internationally as a world-class sporting and event precinct. Sydney Olympic Park is also a highly suitable location to plan for new jobs, homes and services, and bring life to the destination after hours.
The revised Master Plan proposes an additional 2,500 jobs in Sydney Olympic Park for a total of 34,000.
Several significant announcements in the past year relate to the Master Plan and future growth of Sydney Olympic Park, including the
The revised Master Plan is supported by an amendment to the State Environmental Planning Policy (State Significant Precincts) 2005. The amendments to the SEPP give effect to the revised Master Plan and include:
Sydney Olympic Park will be transformed into a thriving urban centre with employment, residential and retail on its doorstep.
The objectives and vision for Sydney Olympic Park Master Plan 2030 seek to protect the Park’s role as a premier destination for cultural, entertainment, recreation and sporting events, while protecting and enhancing the public spaces and surrounding parklands.
We will continue to work with the Sydney Olympic Park Authority and other key agencies such as Roads and Maritime Services, Transport for NSW and the Department of Education to ensure a coordinated approach to planning for this precinct.
The Department of Education has confirmed a high school is currently being investigated in Sydney Olympic Park. The Department of Education and SOPA are assessing a number of site options for the new school.
The revised Master Plan will continue to:
The State Environmental Planning Policy (State Significant Precincts) 2005 requires Sydney Olympic Park Authority to review the Master Plan every five years.
The review was informed by:
Page last updated: 13/09/2018