Perimeter examines the Olympic Park in Homebush, Sydney. Developed for the 2000 summer Olympics the park has maintained it’s mix of specialist stadia and the vast infrastructure to support their use during the concentrated period of the games. Sydney Olympic transport coped with a record breaking 6,7 million spectators in 2000. The legacy is a park with a transportation and parking network that far exceeds legacy needs. After the games more than 10,000 car-parking spaces and 650 coach parking bays were maintained. The impact of these spaces on the urban environment is largely ignored as media representation focuses on state of the art sporting facilities and iconic architecture.