The biggest thing to come out of the new Sydney Olympic Stadium is the stadium.
It has been designed to hold about 3,000 people, which is huge for a sports stadium.
And it is an ambitious plan.
It includes a $1.7 billion, two-storey, 18,000-seat stadium with seating for an estimated 10,000 spectators.
Its a big stadium.
The original plan was for a two-level stadium, which would have had four stands.
It would have been a giant arena.
The stadium was designed to house the Sydney Knights and the Sydney Roosters, but the NRL and the NRL Players Association (NRLPA) wanted to see more.
And the NRLPA asked the government for a $5 billion stadium in the new CBD.
But the government has said it has no plans for the stadium and its $2 billion price tag is unlikely to be met.
So, the NRL is now proposing the creation of a $20 million parkland in the CBD, with a capacity of about 3.5 million people.
But how much is that going to cost?
And how much of that parkland will the government build?
Let’s start with the parkland.
This is the largest of the three sports stadiums proposed in the stadium area, with about 200 acres.
Its not huge, but it’s huge.
And we’ve been hearing a lot about the park land.
The parkland is on the southern boundary of the stadium, just to the west of the CBD.
Its about 3km long and about 8km wide.
So you could drive through it and drive through the CBD and you wouldn’t see it.
The parkland has about 4,500 spaces.
And you’re getting into the park area in the west.
The land on the south side of the park will have a capacity for about 3-5,000.
So it’s not a big park area.
The site for the park is a huge area with about 100 hectares, and it’s really going to be a large area for the NRL to build out.
And if they can build it out, it will be a really big park, because there will be so many other sports and entertainment opportunities for people to enjoy.
And then you’ve got the water.
It will be huge.
We know that the NRL will put a lot of water into this stadium, and they will have to do that on an even larger scale than they have been doing.
So there is going to have to be water.
But you’re not going to see any of it in the park.
You’re going to get a large amount of water in the area, which will help the water quality, but you’re going be in the central part of the area.
And that will mean you’re in a really wet area.
I think it’s going to rain a lot.
It’s going on for about eight to 10 days.
And as you get closer to the stadium you’re probably going to notice the ground has gone pretty wet.
So that’s going a bit more to the south and it will rain for about three days.
It could be the first time in history where there’s a major sporting event on the stadium site.
And so the water and the water will be important, because the stadium will have the capacity to hold an enormous amount of people.
It is going be a huge sports stadium and it is going get the capacity of a stadium of about 5,000 to 5,500 people.
The biggest sports stadium in AustraliaThe first major sporting venue built in Australia is the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
It was built in 1896 and opened in 1915.
And in the late 1930s it was one of the largest sporting venues in Australia, having a capacity that was more than 20,000, and has a seating capacity of around 4,000 for sports.
And of course it was the home of the Melbourne VFL until it was privatised in the 1990s.
The first of the big sporting venues that the government is building in the city of Sydney is the $2bn Sydney Olympic Park.
It opened in 2018, and its been going since the early 2020s.
And, to date, the park has been used for the 2018 and 2022 Commonwealth Games.
And now, for the 2019 Rugby League World Cup, it’s also going to host a World Cup final in 2019.
And its about to get much bigger.
But that’s the first thing that you’re looking at.
The second is the second largest sporting stadium in Australian history, the $1 billion Sydney Olympic stadium.
Its the only one of its kind in Australia.
And to date it has hosted more than 100 sporting events.
The $1bn stadium was originally designed for the 1932 Olympic Games.
But it was then moved to the new stadium in 2019 because of concerns about flood risk.
But now it will have more capacity than any other stadium in Sydney, and will hold about 4.8