Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre now known as Quaycentre

National cleaning, recycling and maintenance management company, Quayclean, is celebrating its more than 10-year partnership with Sydney Olympic Park Authority by securing naming rights to the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre.

Quaycentre, as the venue is now known, is a 4,500 seat multi-purpose indoor sport and entertainment venue. It hosts a diverse clientele ranging from concerts and performances, dinners, conferences and meetings through to product launches, trade shows, commercial activities, national and international sporting events.

Quaycentre is also home to the Hall of Champions, which celebrates the sporting achievements of more than 360 of NSW’s greatest sportsmen and women from 55 sports.

NSW Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres said it is great to see support for the newly named Quaycentre.

“Quaycentre will continue to be home to Sydney’s much loved netball teams, the NSW Swifts and GIANTS Netball, as well as hosting key sporting events in 2018 including the Invictus Games, the Australian Badminton Open, The International Taekwondo Federation World Cup and the International Wheelchair Rugby World Championship,” said Minister Ayres.

Quayclean was awarded its first contract with Sydney Olympic Park Authority via the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre and the Athletic Centre in 2007. Its role has since expanded to include Quaycentre, the Sports Halls and Sydney Olympic Park’s public domain.

Quayclean Chief Executive Officer, Mark Piwkowski, said his company is honoured to be the Centre’s first-ever naming rights partner.

“We are proud of our long-standing partnership with Sydney Olympic Park Authority and we are excited to be expanding our association with the Quaycentre naming rights sponsorship.

“Sydney Olympic Park is the greatest ever Olympic success story and attracts millions to its venues and public domain each year,” said Mr Piwkowski.

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