Venue information

Entry conditions, accessibility details, and additional information.

Opening hours

Venue closed: Easter long weekend

Friday 29 March - Monday 1 April 2024


Monday to Sunday: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm

Public holidays: Closed

Pricing

Casual rates per hour.

Olympic pitch

 Weekdays (before 5.00 pm)Weekdays (after 5:00pm), weekends and public holidays
Half pitch$90$110
Full pitch$150$170

 

Pitch 2

 Weekdays (before 5.00 pm)Weekdays (after 5:00pm), weekends and public holidays
Half pitch$85$105
Full pitch$145$165

About the venue

The Hockey Centre is part of the Authority's Sports Venues division, and involves the successful daily management of facilities to meet the competition and training needs of athletes and the recreational and fitness needs of the community, thereby contributing to the advancement of a healthy, social and cultural lifestyle for the people of NSW.

Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre was the venue for the men’s and women’s hockey for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, where the Kookaburras (Australian Men's Hockey Team) won a bronze medal, and the Hockeyroos (Australian Women's Hockey Team) won their third consecutive gold medal. The Hockey Centre was also the venue for the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games football competition.

Accessibility

  • Accessible toilets and change rooms
  • Accessible viewing decks and seating
  • Accessible parking
  • Controls and switches at an accessible height
  • Emergency evacuation procedure addressing  disability needs
  • Ramps and wheelchair access
  • Signage includes braille
  • Staff trained to offer accessibility assistance

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Hockey NSW

Responsible for the development, governance, promotion and delivery of hockey programs throughout NSW.

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Conditions of entry

Refusal to comply with these Conditions of Entry may result in removal from the Centre. The Conditions of Entry are subject to change without notice.
  • Management reserves the right to refuse entry
  • Abusive and offensive behaviour or language will not be tolerated and may result in eviction from this facility 
  • Persons gaining unauthorised access to the facility may be liable for prosecution
  • This facility is monitored by CCTV at all times
  • Smoking is permitted only in designated areas
  • Persons who bring valuables into the facility do so at their own risk
  • No animals permitted (guide dogs excepted)
  • The use of mobile phones and cameras in toilets and change rooms is prohibited
  • Children must be closely supervised by an adult (18+ years)Checking procedures will apply to prevent persons possessing alcohol from entering/leaving the facility
  • The facility caters for all food and beverage requirements. Commercial fast food or eskies containing food are not permitted in the facility
  • Professional photographers must seek permission before entering the facility
  • Risk Warning under Section 5M of the Civil Liability Act 2002: Players, spectators, officials and all other visitors are warned that the recreational activities undertaken in these Facilities involve the risk of injury
Restricted/Prohibited Items

Management reserves the right to inspect/search bags brought into the facility. The following items are not permitted to be brought into the facility:

  • Glass objects
  • Cans
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Flares/fireworks
  • Laser pointers
  • Knives or other dangerous weapons
  • Recording devices (selected events only)
  • Other similar items that have the potential to cause injury or nuisance
Liquor Licensing

All persons entering Sydney Olympic Park Hockey Centre are advised that:

  • They are entering licensed premises
  • Intoxicated persons will be asked to leave the premises
  • It is an offence for minors to purchase and consume liquor
  • It is an offence to purchase liquor for (or supply liquor to) minors
  • Persons supplying liquor to minors will be reported to the Police and penalties apply under the Liquor Act 2007     
Dugout Conditions
  • No sprigs, cleats or metal fittings permitted on turf
  • Footwear with dirt, mud or stones not permitted on turf
  • No smoking, eating, drinking, chewing gum or spitting
  • No warming up on turf while games are in progress
  • Bookings must start and finish at scheduled times
  • The use of mobile phones and cameras in toilets and change rooms is prohibited
  • Rubbish is to be placed in the rubbish bins
  • All injuries involving blood must be treated – blood bucket under dugout bench
  • Children must be closely supervised by an adult (18+ years)
  • Risk Warning under Section 5M of the Civil Liability Act 2002: Players, spectators, officials and all other visitors are warned that the recreational activities undertaken in these Facilities involve the risk of injury

 

Report issues to a Supervisor (dial 600 for Reception on dugout phone).