UPDATE Monday 11 October: CAPITAL WORKS. Quaycentre Main Arena and Hall of Legends will be closed to late November 2021.
VENUE REOPENING UPDATE: Friday 8 October 2021. The Quaycentre will reopen from Tuesday 12 October. In line with the NSW Government Public Health Order the Quaycentre will reopen to only fully vaccinated people and those with medical exemptions to attend NSWIS training, NSW Weightlifting and venue tenants. Gymnastics programs will resume from Monday 25 October. Court hire will be unavailable until further notice.
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Olympic Champions Exhibition

NSW Olympic & Paralympic Champions

In 2020 we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. This exhibition acknowledges the athletes and volunteers at those Games, and honours the inspiring achievements of the champions who came before and after these momentous Games.

Over 140 athletes on the NSW Hall of Champions Roll of Honour have competed at Summer and Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games since 1900, winning over 100 gold medals, 50 silver and 60 bronze medals for their country.

The exhibition includes Australia’s first Olympic gold medal, won in 1900 by swimmer Freddie Lane and the skis used by Zali Steggall to win bronze at the Nagano 1998 Winter Olympic Games. There is some fun and quirky Sydney 2000 memorabilia, and life-sized models of mascots Syd, Millie and Olly.

The exhibition will be open until the end of December 2021.


Exhibition Gallery

  • The exhibition is open 7 days per week and is free. 
  • Complete the details below to register for a self-guided tour and a staff member will contact you to confirm your booking. 
  • To cancel or change a booking, complete a new registration form and a staff member will contact you to update your booking.

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