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If you're visiting Centennial Parklands, plan ahead and explore the pages below to find parking quickly and easily.

While we encourage the almost 31 million visitors who visit the Parklands annually to use public transport, we recognise that many people drive, so we've created the following pages to make finding parking in our Parks easy.

Free parking at Centennial Parklands

Parking in Centennial Park is free. Waverley and Randwick Councils provide free, on-street parking around the perimeter of Queens Park. Please refer to their on-street signage or websites for any changes to this policy. Scroll down to learn more about specific parking conditions in Centennial Park.

Paid parking within the Parklands

You will find paid parking in the following locations:

  • Wilson Parking in the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park

  • ​Metered parking is available at the Centennial Parklands Sports Centre

  • Paid parking is available at Moore Park Golf every day

  • Driver Avenue, Moore Park offers metered parking when there is not an event at the stadium

  • When there are events at the stadium, paid grass parking may be available at either Kippax or Showground Field, Moore Park. See the event schedule here.

Parking fees for these areas are set through the annual Fees and Charges process and approved by the Minister for the Environment. These fees are competitively set with many set at a similar or lower rate than surrounding precincts or like venues throughout the city. Revenue raised through pay parking is retained by the Trust and is directed to the care and maintenance of the Parklands.

Temporary parking changes throughout the year

There may occasionally be temporary interruptions to Centennial Parklands' usual parking operations. These may be due to a major event, including at adjacent venues and in particular may result in no parking availability in Centennial Park.

Temporary parking arrangements

Venues NSW has announced new temporary parking arrangements at Moore Park East for visitors to the Sporting Club of Sydney, which will apply on non-event days from 7 June 2024.

This short-term parking arrangement will assist Venues NSW to accelerate the construction of their Village Precinct and car park by 20 months. It will allow us to remove on-grass parking from Moore Park East once the new car park is operational in 2026 and continue our efforts implementing the Moore Park East Landscape Plan.

For the latest parking information or updates on events and other impacts, please check this website regularly or sign up to receive our eNewsletter.

Parking in Queens Park

Queens Park offers street-kerb parking around the perimeter of the park. Remember to always observe the Local Council parking conditions on parking display signage.