Accessibility and inclusion

Access and inclusion have been integral to the planning, design and delivery of the suburb of Sydney Olympic Park and its hosting of the 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Authority is committed to continuing this legacy.

We want to ensure that, as far as possible, the needs of people with a disability and more broadly of those with any kind of participation limitations are met so that everyone can use the Park independently, equitably and with dignity.

If you have any feedback on access or inclusion or if you would like to write to our Access and Inclusion Leadership committee on any strategic matters related to access and inclusion at Sydney Olympic Park then please send an email or phone 9714 7888. 

Getting around the Park

Our interactive map includes accessibility icons to help you navigate your way around the Park safely and efficiently.

View map

Accessible parking

Sydney Olympic Park Town Centre has 376 accessible and mobility car parking spaces for people with disability. Head to our parking page for more information on accessible parking.


Web accessibility

We have developed this website to ensure content is available to the widest possible audience, including readers using assistive technology or accessibility features. 

Venue accessibility

Each venue within Sydney Olympic Park offers varying accessible facilities and services to accommodate your visit. For further information on please visit accessibility pages for each venue.

Visit Ticketek and Ticketmaster for venue accessibility information related to specific events.

Paralympic and disability sports

Sydney Olympic Park played host to the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games and 2019 Invictus Games. The precinct is home to a number of Disability and Paralympic sports organisations. 

For more information on how to participate in and get involved with disability sports please visit Disability Sports Australia and Paralympics Australia.

The living legacy of the Paralympics for access and inclusion at the Park.

Disability Inclusion Action Plan

Our Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2019-22 (DIAP) sets out to improve participation and inclusion opportunities for people with disabilities.

In developing this plan, the Authority has sought community feedback and input on access and inclusion through surveys, workshops and event activations. The Authority has engaged with a number of community service organisations and with our venues and businesses based in Sydney Olympic Park to develop the strategies in this plan.

Download the plan