About ATP


ATP is home to a diverse and innovative business community, and hosts one of Australia’s most unique venues for conferences and exhibitions.

Our 14 hectare heritage campus offers an inspiring environment for collaboration, exchanging ideas and knowledge-sharing. Ongoing development and our growing community of businesses will secure ATP at the forefront of Australian technology growth and innovation.

Our 100 tenants are undertaking work in many fields including science, technology, communications, media, research, training and consulting.  We are also home to leading University, training and government organisations.

Our conference centre hosts many high-profile events, from trade shows and exhibitions to formal dining and lectures, and from film sets to fashion shows, our unique and versatile venues are ideal for any event.

ATP was conceived by a consortium of Sydney universities in 1995. Those same universities remain active on our campus through start-up incubator ATP Innovations, and the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Agriculture and Environment.

ATP is now managed by ATPSL, which is a public, not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and wholly-owned by the NSW Government’s UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation (UGDC). For more information, see our annual reports and constitution.

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Step into Sydney's history
ATP will host a Heritage Open Day on Saturday 23 May 2015 featuring history-themed fun for the whole family.
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Have your say: heritage management
ATP's draft management plan for movable heritage is on exhibition for public comment.
Australian Technology Park
Update on potential sale of ATP
ATP owner UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation has provided an update on a potential sale of the Park.

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