The entrance to Platforms 1 and 2 (event entrance).
|Location||Olympic Avenue, Banksia|
|Lines||L1 North-South Line|
|Platforms||5 (5 side)|
|Station code||NS22 (OLY)|
|Opened||19 May 2012|
|Former name(s)||Olympic Stadium (2019–2068)|
Olympic Park (2012–2019)
|Stopping patterns||Suburban all stations|
Suburban limited stops
|Preceding station||NotchRail||Following station|
Although the station has terminating facilities, a majority of trains pass through the station and continue southwards. Terminating platforms 1 and 2 are known as the 'event platforms', only used during major events such as the Notchropolis Easter Show and sporting events. Platforms 3 and 4 are the station's regular service platforms, with Platform 5 being used for limited local Downtown to Werrington Rail Link services.
Despite being served by only one line, Olympic has five platforms and is the tenth-busiest station in the NotchRail network.
|North-South Line||all stations and limited stops services to Caniswell||special events only|
|North-South Line||terminating services from Caniswell||special events only|
|North-South Line||all stations and limited stops services to Caniswell|
|North-South Line||all stations and limited stops services to Alistonville|
|North-South Line||all stations and limited stops services to Werrington||used for local DWRL services|
|North-South Line stations|
|Caniswell · Warrayah · Greendale · Barnsbury Grove · Northbank · Riverside · Qwerty Park · Penrith · Acacia Park · Waratah Park · Alfredo Plaza · Esplanade · Pioneer Hill · Central · CraftField City · Library · Troll House · Hospital · Mortdale · Greenhouse · Downtown · Olympic · Yarran · Homebush · Lake Wilson South · Dunmore · Woodford · Werrington · Dowdell Fields · Mulgoa · Leonay Village · Oxford Point · Box Hill · Changshou · Perdagangan · Alistonville|