Cheer on your favourite team, see your favourite live act or explore 40 hectares of lush parklands at Bicentennial Park in Sydney Olympic Park in Sydney’s west. Originally built to host the Sydney 2000 Olympics, today the park plays host to a range of world-class events, from sporting matches to epic music festivals.
Thrilling Sports in Sydney
With thriving state-of-the-art sporting facilities throughout the city, Sydney plays host to some of the biggest international sporting events in the world, along with some of Australia's top domestic sporting competitions.
Grab a seat for the rugby league event of the year as the NRL Grand Final Week culminates in the NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final. After tense scenes throughout the season, fans of NRL will come together as the players fight to win in a spectacular final game.
Attend World Time Attack at Sydney Motorsport Park and see motorsport at its best, with the fastest time attack teams from around the globe racing the clock. AUS-X Open is a Supercross and Freestyle Motocross extravaganza for all ages, with pyrotechnics and first class entertainment in the comfort of Qudos Bank Arena.
The World Polo Championship is held in October at Sydney Polo Club and is jam-packed with things to see and do for the family. In 2017, the world’s best female rugby league players will contest the first-ever Women’s Rugby League World Cup at the Southern Cross Group Stadium in Sydney.
Head to Roseberry from 23 November for the Emirates Australian Open Golf. Proudly one of Australia's oldest and most revered professional golf events, the Australian Open is a must-see for avid golf fans. The championship event will see 60 professional players take on the 72-hole turf over three days in four rounds of world-class golf.
The beautiful Coffs Coast will play host once again to Kennards Hire Rally Australia, the closing round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship. Australia's second world championship event, alongside Formula One, this epic competition features some of the world's greatest drivers battling for supremacy.
One Day Internationals don’t get much better than Australia versus England, and fans will have their chance to see the action and be a part of the fun when the two teams face off in the third One Day International at the Sydney Cricket Ground in January 2018.
To be hosted at the 45,500-capacity Allianz Stadium in Sydney's Moore Park, the 2018 HSBC Sydney 7s will host to the top-ranked Men’s and Women’s Rugby Sevens nations in the world in a weekend of free-flowing, fast-moving, colourful action.