Sydney Olympic Park has an action packed calendar for the whole family to enjoy this July. From Disney Princesses on ice to extreme bull-riding action; and from the best of the NRL to the Cure in concert – we’ve got July covered.
2016 ANZ Championships. On the 2nd July 2016 it’s Southern Steel versus the NSW Swifts in Round 14 of the ANZ Netball Championships. (Sports Centre)
2016 GIO Wheelchair Rugby National Championships. With a sport that is also known as ‘Murderball’ you know you’re in for some serious sporting action this July in Sydney Olympic Park. The 7th – 9th July promises 3 days of all-contact sport. (Netball Central).
2016 NRL Telstra Premiership. Catch the best of the National Rugby League Premiership every Saturday during July. Whether you’re backing the Bulldogs or the Rabbitohs, every game is sure to be thrilling at this stage in the season. (ANZ Stadium).
2016 Toyota AFL Premiership. Aussie Rules doesn’t get more exciting than the GWS Giants versus the Collingwood Pies this 9th July. (Spotless Stadium, Sydney Showground).
Disney on Ice presents the Magical Ice Festival. Your kids will be singing ‘let us go’ when they hear all their Frozen favourites are coming to Sydney Olympic Park. Treat kids of all ages in your family to a magical icy-filled world at the Qudos Bank Arena between the 13-17th July.
The Cure. On Monday 25th July you’ll be feeling Friday I’m In Love when Robert Smith and band take to the stage. Celebrate 37 years of famous chart topping hits and lesser known fan-favourites in an unmissable show. (Qudos Bank Arena)
Professional Bull Riders National Finals. For something a little bit different head to Qudos Bank Arena for the PBR National Finals on the 23rd July. Combining the best of extreme bull riding with a heart-shopping show full of pyrotechnics, lasers, arena filling sound and epic replays; this will truly be a non-stop adrenaline rush.
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