The Sydney International Regatta Centre (SIRC) is located 44km west of Sydney Olympic Park, about one hour’s drive from Sydney’s central business district.
Set on 178 hectares of native and landscaped parkland it is one of the best rowing and sprint kayak courses in the world.
The Centre won international acclaim while hosting 825 athletes from 56 countries during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
It has now been re-invented to become a popular sporting, corporate and social venue, staging over 400 events each year and attracting almost half a million visitors annually.
The Centre is now a popular sporting, corporate and social venue.
Have your say on the future development of Penrith Lakes Parklands via opl.nsw.gov.au
|7 Mar||AAGPS Head of the River|
|8 Mar||NSW Schoolgirls Head of the River|
|9 Mar||Penrith Cycling Club - Monday Night Racing|
|10 Mar||Community Fishing Program|
|10 Mar||PDNR Tuesday Night Club Racing|
|11 Mar - 15 Mar||Australian Canoeing - National Championships|
|14 Mar||Springwood Fishing Club - Detention Basin|
|14 Mar||Penrith Lakes Parkrun - Southern Bank Path Course|
|15 Mar||Model Boat Club of NSW|
|17 Mar||PDNR Tuesday Night Club Racing|
|21 Mar||Penrith Lakes Parkrun - Cross Country Course|
|23 Mar - 29 Mar||Sydney International Rowing Regatta|
|31 Mar||PDNR Tuesday Night Club Racing|
|4 Apr||Penrith Lakes Parkrun - Southern Bank Path Course|
|4 Apr||Dragon Boats NSW State Championships|
|5 Apr||Sailability Come 'N' Try Day|
|5 Apr||Panthers Triathlon|
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