1 Brushbox Street, sydney olympic park

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Magnificent view from 23rd Floor

Welcome to Opal Tower, an impressive 33-storey development at Olympic Park, located at heart of Sydney Olympic park. Surrounded by hectares of parkland, walk/bike lane, parks and playgrounds, the tower includes retail spaces, commercial zones, a childcare and community centre.

Architecturally designed to frame extensive views, whilst providing maximum space and natural light, this gorgeous apartment provides ultimate living experience.

• Luxurious apartment on 23rd floor with stunning district views
• Generous living/dining area flows to undercover balcony
• Designer kitchen with gas cooktop, island bench/breakfast bar
• Bedroom has built-in robe and access to outdoor area
• State of the art, fully tiled, luxury bathroom; Study room
• Environmentally designed, temperature controlled apartments
• Architecturally planned communal courtyards on every floor
• Basement car parking with lift access
• Convenient transportation - 2 train stations, buses and ferry
• Enjoy restaurants, cafes, world-class sporting and entertainment facilities

Internal: 90.3m2
Balcony: 5.2m2
Winter garden: 9.8m2

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Contact agent

Stevan Vuk-Luboya

P: 0402 003 003
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Charles  Cheng

P: 0429 016 817
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Suburb Profile - sydney olympic park

Distance to Sydney, NSW 

44 mins by train
27 mins by car
3 hours 18 mins walking
1 hour 9 mins cycling

Sydney Olympic Park is a large sporting, cultural and leisure & residential complex in the Inner West area of Sydney. It is also an official suburb of Sydney, commonly known as Olympic Park but officially named Sydney Olympic Park. Sydney Olympic Park is located 16 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Auburn.

The area was redeveloped for the 2000 Olympics. The facilities built continue to be used for sporting and cultural events, including the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Sydney Festival, Stereosonic, Big Day Out, Soundwave, Sydney 500 and a number of world-class sporting fixtures. The suburb also contains commercial development and extensive parklands. The area was originally part of the suburb of Homebush Bay,[2] but was designated a suburb in its own right in 2009.


Currently there are more than 5000 events held at the park each year, including the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Supanova Pop Culture Expo, Rugby Union, National Rugby League, Australian Football League and Australian Rugby League games at ANZ Stadium. The Sydney International is held each year at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, and the park also hosts athletics and swimming events, using some venues for concerts during the year, and hosts boxing. It hosts the Big Day Out music festival and has been the venue for free, open air performances as part of the Sydney Festival such as Movies in the Overflow and Music by Moonlight.

The Newington Armory has in the past been the venue for the now-defunct "Great Escape" and "Acoustica at the Armory" music festivals, both of which were held over the Easter long weekend. Some venues function have changed from the original uses in the 2000 Olympics, such as the Baseball stadium shown on this map which has become the Sydney Showground; the former Sydney Superdome is now known as Allphones Arena and the Olympic Stadium has been renamed ANZ Stadium.


The suburb is home to a significant arts and cultural program including regular events, the largest single precinct public art collection in Australia, the Armoury Gallery which is the largest single room permanent art exhibition space in the Southern Hemisphere, a new theatre,an artist studio facility at Newington Armoury and a BMX track.. The suburb is fully dedicated to environmentally and socially sustainable practices and has committed to 'Master Plan 2030': an opportunity to establish a best practice example of sustainable urban development for the next 20 years of the Park's growth.

The Master Plan 2030 vision is that the Park will, by 2030, be home to a daily population of 50,000 residents, students and workers, in addition to 10 million visitors per year.

Median property price: $770,000

Median property price: $660 pw

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