Quaycentre

Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre

The Quaycentre (formerly known as the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre) was one of the first sporting facilities to be built at the Homebush Bay site in 1984, long before the idea of any Olympic bid for Sydney was conceived. Situated 400 metres south of Stadium Australia, the Sports Centre was used for table tennis and taekwondo during the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

The indoor facility has a fixed seating capacity of 3854 and an additional 1152 retractable seats enabling a capacity of around 4,500 for sports such as basketball and netball. It has formerly been the home of Sydney's NBL and Super Netball teams, with the Kings, Razorbacks, Swifts and Giants all previously playing home games at the centre.

The venue has also been used for events such as trade shows during its 20-year history and features a Hall of Champions exhibition containing some rare sporting memorabilia dating back to the late 1800s. Adjacent to the State Sports Centre is the State Hockey Centre. Previously known as the State Sports Centre, it was given its first naming-rights sponsor in late 2017, with national cleaning, recycling and maintenance management company, Quayclean, securing the rights.

Quaycentre Details

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Location
Address
Olympic Blv Homebush Bay 2127  
Capacity
4,500  
Seats
4,500 (100% of capacity)
Highest Crowd since 2003
4,236 - 21/02/04: NBL: Razorbacks v Kings  
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
Yes  
Video Screen
Yes  
Opened
1984
Former/Other Names
State Sports Centre
Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre
Quay Centre
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Sports Played
Basketball
Netball  
Home Teams
 
Historic Events
Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Last Event
Next Event
 
Official Website
Directions
Transport
The nearest station is Sydney Olympic Park, followed by a short walk to the venue.
Parking
Located outside main entrance and P3 is the closest secure parking area.
Accommodation
See nearby Quaycentre hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION

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