If you live in Western Australia or are planning to move to the area, there’s plenty in store for you. One of the things you can look forward to is the future completion of the Sydney Science Park, which will become a centre for research and development in the country.
Apart from the exploring world heritage in Parramatta to checking out the Sydney Olympic Park, there’s plenty to do and see in the locale. One attraction that both locals and tourists alike will surely look forward to is the Sydney Science Park, a great undertaking that is aimed to become a fully integrated and sustainable community.
Keep Yourself Busy in Sydney
After visiting some of the area’s interesting spots such as Penrith for whitewater rafting, Thirlmere for steam train rides or the Macarthur region for some wine tasting, you can go on a culinary adventure and sample some of the delectable cuisine on offer. Choose from one of the locale’s existing restaurants or you can wait in anticipation for the development of the Sydney Science Park, which will undoubtedly have a great variety of dining establishments. This park will definitely increase the quality of life of those living in the area, while also providing added value to the properties in the vicinity.
In the near future, you can head to the National Manufacturing Week, which will be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park on 9-11 May 2018. At this event, the manufacturing community comes together to showcase their products and services. If you are an industry player, this will provide you with the opportunity to find out what other companies are doing and you can learn about the latest techniques and innovations applied in the different sectors.
For those who are actively seeking new employment, you can visit a number of careers expo in Sydney. This includes the Western Sydney Careers Expo, which will be celebrating its eighth year this year. The event will be held on 28 June – 1 July 2018 at The Dome, Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park. Consider taking the family along as it will only cost AUS$ 25 for families, which is cheaper than going by your lonesome (admission is AUS$ 10 per person). Regardless of whether you’re going alone or as a group, your ticket will go a long way as it covers all four days of the expo, as well as entry into all the seminars that will be held during the event. Who knows you might find your true calling at this annual affair.