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The Holden State of Origin Series is the greatest rivalry in Australian sport and with New South Wales desperate to end a seven year losing streak, it is sure to be another gripping contest.
Critics have labelled the all-conquering Maroons as one of the finest Rugby League teams ever assembled and they'll be looking to make it eight straight against a NSW Blues outfit with newfound resolve after a heart-stopping finish to last year's series.
Can Queensland's superstar team of Inglis, Slater, Smith and Thurston make it eight in a row? Or will NSW led by inspirational captain Paul Gallen finally end the torment for Blues fans?
Game 3 July 17, ANZ Stadium
Tickets - Sold out
Game III of the Holden State of Origin series has officially sold out. Watch it live on your smartphone or iPad by downloading the Official 2013 NRL Live app. Head to nrl.com/watchlive to find out more.
Game III Travel information
Are you attending Game III at ANZ Stadium, Sydney? Public transport is included in your match ticket, so leave your car at home. Major Event buses and trains will be operating both to and from the venue on Gameday. For more information and to plan your trip visit 131500.info
Event Venue information
Make your Origin experience more enjoyable by avoiding the queues and arriving at Sydney Olympic Park early. With no less than 30 different bars, cafes and restaurants all located within strolling distance of ANZ Stadium, why not enjoy dinner or a drink with friends, soak up the atmosphere before heading into the big game.
Post-match, there will more places open than ever before, meaning you won't need to rush to start your journey home
To find out more about what’s on around Sydney Olympic Park visit sydneyolympicpark.com
Sydney comes alive day and night in winter with a packed line-up of exclusive Sydney events, big-city shopping and some of Australia’s best dining experiences. Enjoy Sydney’s famed creative and seasonal dining, the latest foodie trends, shopping treats and family fun.
Diners in Sydney are spoilt for choice with some of the best restaurants in the country, many with stunning water views, an abundance of fresh produce and dynamic chefs keen to impress. Enjoy checking out the latest trends? Check out vegan-friendly dining, small bars on rooftops and delicious mobile food vans.
From beachside and suburban markets, to historic city-centre arcades, boutiques in laneways and hideaway warehouses, Sydney offers a treasure trove of eclectic, stylish and unique designs. Shopping hotspots include the City centre, Bondi, Paddington, Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Manly, Mosman and Newtown.
Sydney’s arts and cultural scene is diverse, engaging and great value. The city is a stage for local and international talent with art and performances around every corner. Go behind the scenes at some of Sydney’s major art and cultural institutions such as the Sydney Theatre Company and the Australian Museum