Snapshot

  • Self-guided Walks


    Staying fit and healthy is just a walk in the Park! Download our free Centennial Park walking apps - available for Apple and Android smartphones. More info and download links here.

  • Swamp Closures


    Lachlan Swamp will close on days above 36C to minimise disturbance to the Flying Foxes. There will be no access to visitors.

  • Centennial Park History Book


    Our great new book on the history of Centennial Park is now on sale, and can be ordered online. Great gift idea. More info.

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Travel and Transport

The Moore Park Sports and Entertainment Precinct is one of the most vibrant areas within Sydney. Events and activities are held in Moore Park throughout the year, ranging from cricket and football matches, to music concerts and the ever-popular Village Markets.

Public Transport

Whether you're coming to see a Sydney Swans game, watch Australia take on England at the Sydney Cricket Ground, or visit the Entertainment Quarter for a day, public transport is the best way to get to Moore Park's sporting and entertainment venues.

Plan your trip using the Transport Infoline website or via their phone number 131 500. Alternately we have a public transport widget on our website here.

When planning a visit to Moore Park, remember you can buy a Moore Park Link Ticket from any City Rail station which includes train and bus travel to Moore Park. These Link Tickets are available at most CityRail stations with a ticket office.

During major events, special shuttle buses operate on dedicated bus lanes between Central Station and the new Moore Park Bus Station.

Visitors to Moore Park’s sporting or entertainment venues using pubic transport can also find out about any service alterations or interruptions that may affect their journey by visiting the service changes section of the Transport Infoline website. Latest train timetable information and rail trackwork schedules are also available via the City Rail website.

Click here to view the Moore Park Public Transport brochure for an overall plan on getting to and from Moore Park.

Travelling by Car

For those who decide to travel to events at Moore Park’s sporting and entertainment venues by car, there are special parking areas set aside for major events. Limited parking is available in Moore Park Area 2 and Kippax carparks (areas 6 and 7 on map) , the SCG Gold Members car park and the Entertainment Quarter car park.  Parking Fees apply to these event car parking areas.  

It is best to access parking areas via Lang Rd off Anzac Parade. Both the Roads and Maritime Services and the Trust place traffic signs on major arterial roads leading into these areas to direct traffic flow and alert motorists when parking areas are full.

We recommend that if you are intending to drive to a Moore Park event, try to arrange to share a ride with friends and do your bit to conserve the environment.  For a better travel experience we also suggest planning to arrive earlier and leave later from events (why not try out some of the enticing dining and relaxation options on offer in at the Entertainment Quarter?).

For those travelling in and out of the Moore Park precinct by car during major events, the Roads and Maritime Services website can alert you to likely delays and prevailing road conditions by clicking here.  Latest traffic information is also available by phoning 131700.

Road closures, special event clearways information and other traffic arrangements in place for Moore Park events is also notified on the Roads and Maritime Services website.

Park and Ride / Integrated Ticketing Services

Some select events occurring at Moore Park venues will offer select Park and Ride options for patrons. This is where car parking at special outlying locations is available with dedicated bus transport then offered to and from the park site to Moore Park.

Additionally, some event holders may also offer integrated ticketing for patrons  - whereby parking arrangements may be included in the entrance ticket price for an event.

It is best to check with event organisers about the availability of these services through the hosting venues: