Located within the Western Sydney Parklands are world-class sports, entertainment and educational venues. All attractions are open to the public. For further information, follow the links to each venue’s website.
A place to socialise, or stay the night, Atura Hotel is bright and modern, combining industrial style with a pop-art colours. Try the Roadhouse Bar & Grill for everything from burgers and steaks to high tea and delectable desserts.
This historic pub was first licensed in 1880 and offers something for everyone: food, trivia, live music and more, conveniently located close to Wet ‘n’ Wild water park and the Skyline Drive-In cinema.
Cruise in and watch a blockbuster movie under the stars at this retro drive-in cinema and diner.
Wet'n'Wild Sydney is an epic water park with super slides, kids water play areas, and plenty more. Located on a 25 hectare site, adjacent to the M4 Motorway at Prospect. Open seasonally.
Anyone wanting to get up close (and up high) to the Cumberland Plain species of trees, will love the Treetops high ropes courses.
Calmsley Hill is a place for children and adults to enjoy a variety of shows and hand-on exhibits giving an insight into the workings of a farm. It’s a unique and engaging outdoor venue that aims to be a world class facility for teaching, learning and researching of sustainable practices.
This action-packed venue hosts racing competitions and championship events, as well as special events for non-professional drivers to race their own car or motorbike. Check the link for information about upcoming events, competition and spectator entry.
Sydney Motorsport Park is a motorsport megaplex licensed for motorcycle and car racing. The racing precinct is also Sydney's driver safety and training hub. From competitive racing, to private practice sessions, and serious spectator thrills - there’s something for every motoring enthusiast here.
A venue for athletics, baseball, softball, Aussie Rules, cricket and soccer, Blacktown International Sports Park hosts international, national, state and regional sporting and community events, attracting almost ½ million visitors per year.
The Sydney International Equestrian Centre has world-class facilities including major indoor and outdoor arenas, 10km of trails, a steeplechase track, cross country course, stables and accommodation.
The Sydney International Shooting Centre is a shooting venue, set in a valley on 80 hectares of semi-rural farmland and regenerated bushland in Western Regional Sydney. It has played host to the most prestigious sports shooting events including the Sydney 2000 Olympics and Paralympics, and the ISSF World Cup.