Bay Marker Lookout, Sydney Olympic Park

May 27, 2014 by  

Bay Marker Lookout, Sydney Olympic Park, Woo-la-ra
Of aboriginal origin, meaning ‘look-out place’, Woo-la-ra dominates the riverside area of the Park near Wentworth Point. Woo-la-ra offers visitors meandering paths leading to the summit that rewards with commanding 360-degree views of Newington Nature Reserve, surrounding urban landscapes and the city skyline.

The Markers
The five Sydney Olympic Park Markers are a series of conical shaped earth mounds 10-20m high made from material unsuitable for re-use in construction to resemble the Southern Cross on the Australian flag. These ‘geometric forms’ are easily accessible on bike, wheelchair or foot and serve to orient the visitor within the park providing extended views of the Park:

1. Bay Marker at Wentworth Common
2. Haslam’s Marker at Southern End of Hill Road
3. River Marker at Blaxland Riverside Park
4. Silverwater Marker next to Woo-la-ra
5. Bicentennial Marker on Australia Avenue

Bay Marker Lookout, Sydney Olympic Park

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