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Our Vision...

To create a world-class technology precinct

Our Mission....

To create a world-class technology precinct through inspirational leadership, innovation, sustainability and community engagement that embraces our cultural heritage.

Established on almost 14 hectares of campus inspired grounds, and featuring a unique integration of heritage architecture, premium commercial space and state-of-the-art conferencing facilities, the Australian Technology Park is proud host to leading Australian and global IT, communication and science companies.

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Since its inception, the Park has evolved into one of the nation’s pre-eminent technology and business precincts. The Park offers a unique and inspiring environment for collaboration, information exchange and knowledge-sharing, while ongoing site development and an ever-expanding tenant portfolio secure the Park’s position at the forefront of Australian technology growth and commercialisation.

Conceived by a consortium of Sydney universities in 1995 and wholly-owned by the New South Wales Government’s UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation (UGDC), the Park is located just a few kilometres away from Sydney’s CBD and international airport on a site once occupied by the Eveleigh Railway Yards.

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ATP hosts Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Gold Dinner
Sydney society turned out to Australian Technology Park (ATP) for a night of opulence last week at the 17th annual Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Gold dinner.
New signage at ATP mixes the old with the new
The Locomotive Workshop is Australian Technology Park’s (ATP) signature building and is home to a mix of offices, heritage spaces, a blacksmith workshop and vibrant Conference and Event Centre.
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Heritage equipment relocation
Earlier this year, 12 items located in a storage shed at North Eveleigh were identified by heritage experts as surplus or low heritage value. In March 2014 the Heritage Council of NSW approved these items for disposal.

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