Sydney Craft Beer and Food Festival, presented by BeerFest Australia, will be held at Brazilian Fields in Centennial Park. The Festival will take festival-goers on a journey of beer and food discovery; exploring rare brews, beer/food pairing and unique recipes at free Masterclasses and tasting exclusive festival brews from around the country, direct from the brewers themselves.
An event of this size requires a number of days to install and dismantle the infrastructure. Installation will commence on Wednesday 28 November 2018 with the site fenced off to the general public for safety reasons. The event site will be reopened to the public on Tuesday 4 December 2018.
During the construction period, large vehicles and event suppliers will be required to access the event site at Brazilian Fields. Traffic control will be in place on the corner of Parkes Drive and Dickens Drive to manage safe and authorised vehicle access. Please note this may cause minor traffic delay so we ask that you please comply with traffic controller directions during this time for your own safety.
What will the traffic and access changes be?
There will be parking limitations on Parkes Drive in Centennial Park due to an event patron drop off zone. We recommend you plan your trip and use public transport here.
Road Closures: There are road closures operating from 6:00am to 11:00am on Dickens Drive. Please expect traffic delays.
Gate Closures: There are no gate closures planned in relation to this event. Randwick, Robertson Road and Paddington exit gates will remain open until 8:00 pm for event patron exit. All other gates will operate as per normal.
Parking restrictions: There will be parking limitations on Parkes Drive in Centennial Park due an event patron drop off zone.
Mobility Pass Holder access: A drop off zone will be operating on Parkes Drive near the event entry. Parking is as per normal parking conditions within the Park.
Horse and rider access: There is no planned closure of the horse track related to this event.
Cyclist and Rollerblader access: There is no anticipated impact to the cycle lane related to this event. Cyclists should exercise due care and caution whilst large vehicles are in the Park.
Contact a Ranger on 0412 718 611 if assistance is required.
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