ACPE’s Sydney Olympic Park campus
In March 2016 ACPE opened its new campus at 10 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park. This state of the art campus provides students with premier learning premises – highlights include 16 tutorial and lecture rooms, three science labs, teaching gym, six PC labs, three indoor playing courts, two dance studios with sprung floors, and multiple student common areas and study pods.
Campus tours are available by calling 1300 302 867.
Being on Sydney Olympic Park, ACPE has access to and world class sporting venues as part of our programs. The location has ease of access and is supported by public transport and amenities including shopping, banking, food, lodging, walking/biking trails, parks and sporting and event facilities.
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The Park is unique because it concentrates every element of sport in one location. Training, education, science, events, culture, administration and sport participation are offered for everyone from elite athletes to people who just want to keep fit.
You’ll find Sydney Olympic Park is much more than a sports destination; it’s a great place to study and hang out.
The centrepiece of Sydney Olympic Park and Sydney’s largest stadium, with seating for well over 80,000 people – whether they’re watching the footy or U2.
A world-class multi-function Athletic Centre. It boasts a two-arena complex and operates as an international-standard track & field facility for competition events and training.
One of the world’s best, its three pools cater to all aquatic sports, including water polo, diving, and synchronised swimming. It also boasts spa, sauna, steam room, gymnasium, and cardio theatre facilities.
A training and competition venue for players of all levels, from school teams to international representatives.
A state-of-the-art venue hosting regional, national, and international tournaments. The centre is home to Tennis NSW, responsible for the growth, development, and promotion of the sport.
State Sports Centre
A focal point for regional, national, and international sports as well as seminars, functions, and concerts.
Sydney Olympic Park offers a choice of bars, cafés and restaurants all within strolling distance of the major venues and parklands. They range from cafés and fast food outlets to restaurants and bars catering for all tastes and diets.
It’s the place to be
Sydney Olympic Park attracts the cream of sporting events. These include the NRL grand Final, Bledisloe Cup, National Swimming Championships, Medibank International Tennis Open, National Athletic Championships and a growing number of national teams who call Sydney Olympic Park home.
Put it this way: over 40 different sports are played at the Park attracting over four million participants and spectators annually. Plus there are a number of sports businesses based on the Park, including the New South Wales Institute of Sport, Canterbury Bulldogs, Titans Sports Management, the Rugby League Players Association Sydney and Sports Medicine Centre – presenting real networking opportunities for students.
Lifestyle is a membership program for the employees and residents of the Sydney Olympic Park local area and ACPE students. The program gives you discounted and priority access to a range of facilities, services and events located in and around the Park
Bicentennial Park offers recreation, nature-based tours, environmental education and outdoor events. It’s a great place to unwind with free entry, BBQs, picnic areas, playgrounds, pathways and cycleways and access to the wetlands.
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CityRail operates three types of train services to and from Olympic Park Station, Sydney Olympic Park:
- Olympic Park Sprint operates between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Station at 10 minute intervals.
- Direct services between Central Station and Olympic Park Station, weekdays only.
- Major Event train services.
Visit the CityRail Timetable website to get the most up-to-date information on timetables for Olympic Park Sprint and Central Station direct services.
Visit the Transport NSW website to search for Major Event Transport Information or call 131 500 for details.
Sydney Olympic Park is also a short 15 minute flat walk from Concord West Station. View the Concord West Station walking map.
Intercity passengers from the Blue Mountains should alight at Lidcombe Station and change trains to the Olympic Sprint platform adjacent to Platform 1.
Travel Times to Olympic Park Station
From Lidcombe station – 6min
From Strathfield station – 9min
From Central station – 22min
From Concord West station – 15min walking.
Buy a ticket to Olympic Park Station
CityRail would like to remind customers to purchase return tickets to Olympic Park Station, this will save you time and money.Tickets to Homebush Station are not valid for Olympic Park Station and you will be required to pay an add on fare.
CityRail customers are advised that electronic ticketing gates are in operation at Olympic Park Station.
Sydney Buses operates two daily full-time bus services to and from Sydney Olympic Park to the following locations:
Burwood Westfields · Strathfield Station · Newington · Rydalmere · University of Western Sydney (UWS), Nepean Campus Rydalmere · Parramatta Station · Lidcombe Station · Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf
Route 525 – Parramatta Station to Burwood Station via Olympic Park Station, Rydalmere, UWS Nepean Campus and Newington. Daily full-time service.
Route 401 and 404 – Lidcombe Station to Olympic Park Station via Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf and Newington. Daily full-time service.
Baxters Bus Lines
Route 904 – Parramatta to Auburn and Lidcombe via Parramatta Road and Carter Street. Limited service.
Travel Times to Olympic Park Station
From Lidcombe station – 12min
From Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf – 12min
From Strathfield station – 10min
From Burwood – 22min
From Parramatta station – 31min
Sydney Ferries operates a daily service between Circular Quay and Parramatta stopping at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf. The Parramatta River route departs Circular Quay, No. 5 Wharf and stops at the following locations:
Milsons Point Ferry Wharf · Darling Harbour, King St Ferry Wharf No.3 · Mcmahons Point Ferry Wharf · Drummoyne Ferry Wharf, Wolseley St · Huntleys Point Ferry Wharf (Gladesville) · Chiswick Ferry Wharf · Abbotsford Ferry Wharf · Cabarita Ferry Wharf · Putney, Kissing Point Wharf · Meadowbank Ferry Wharf · Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf · Rydalmere Ferry Wharf · Parramatta Ferry Wharf
Visit the Sydney Ferries website to get the most up-to-date information on timetables to Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf or visit www.131500.com to plan your trip.
Travel Times to Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf
From Circular Quay – 50min
From Darling Harbour – 40min
From Drummoyne – 27min
From Rydalmere – 10min
From Parramatta – 30min
Connecting Bus Services
Sydney Buses Route 401 and 404 – Lidcombe Station to Olympic Park Station via Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf and Newington. Daily full-time service.
Information found on the Sydney Olympic Park website.
Head Office & Main Campus
10 Parkview Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, 2127