Broadcast manuals, crew kits, media kits and accreditation passes reflect
the work of the Sydney Olympic Broadcasting Organisation (SOBO) - official
broadcaster of the Sydney 2000 Games.
Games Force 2000 (volunteers)
This collection of uniforms, pins, certificates and vouchers provides a rich
legacy of the Games workforce that was called 'Games Force 2000'.
Green Games 2000
From bio-degradable food packaging to office furniture made from recycled cardboard, this material represents the environmental program, Green Games
2000, that influenced most aspects of the Sydney 2000 Games.
Look & Image
Posters, banners, signage and branding guidelines illustrate the vibrant
look and image that branded the Sydney 2000 Games.
Opening and closing ceremonies
Costumes, props, storyboards and design drawings trace the development of
the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
A selection of items such as posters, banners and souvenirs represent some
Olympic bids and earlier Olympic Games.
Pins, coins, medals and stamps
This sample of pins, coins, medals, medallions and stamps is an example of
the official souvenirs that commemorated the Sydney 2000 Games.
Soccer balls, relay batons, judo suits and lane markers represent some of
the accredited equipment used in Olympic and Paralympic competition.
Torches, cauldrons, souvenirs and torch bearer uniforms reflect the enormity
of the Sydney 2000 Torch Relays and the participation of individuals and
This broad collection of road signage documents the work of the Olympic
Roads and Transport Authority (ORTA) that managed Sydney roadways before,
during and after the Sydney 2000 Games.