Sydney International Regatta Centre

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The Sydney International Regatta Centre, located in Penrith, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, is a rowing and canoe sprint venue built for the 2000 Summer Olympics.[1] It is now a popular sporting venue, with the Head of the River Regatta held annually here.

Defqon.1 Weekend Festival Australia is also held here; as a newly established and reasonably popular hard dance music event Defqon.1 Festival requires a large venue which is somewhat removed from residences, making the Regatta Centre an ideal location.

In May 2012 the second round of the UIM world powerboat championships for Blown Alcohol and 6 Litre boats was held here over 3 days and will return in 2013

It is part of the Penrith Lakes.

The site is managed by NSW Sport and Recreation.

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Coordinates: 33°43′30″S 150°40′52″E / 33.72500°S 150.68111°E / -33.72500; 150.68111