Moore Park parking
There are a range of parking options for visitors to Moore Park's sports fields, Entertainment Precinct, the Royal Hall of Industries and the Hordern Pavilion. Access and parking options may change due to event levels within the precinct.
Driver Ave provides day to day metred parking, except for major event days.
The Entertainment Quarter
The Entertainment Quarter has a 2,000-space multi-storey Wilson Parking building (entrance off Lang Road) for visitors to the Entertainment Precinct and surrounds. Parking for periods less than two hours is free of charge. More information can be found here.
Moore Park Golf
Moore Park Golf offers paid parking for patrons of the course or attendees at events at the Golf House. On major event days in Moore Park, limited event day parking opportunities may be provided for patrons.
Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre (restricted parking only)
Centennial Parklands Equestrian Centre offers limited restricted parking for patrons of the Equestrian Centre only. Always park within designated parking bays, follow posted parking restrictions, and be aware of horses and riders at all times.
Alternate parking is available within the Entertainment Quarter car park, which is free for the first two hours.
Parklands Sports Centre
Centennial Parklands Sports Centre offers metered parking.
Major event days - temporary parking
The Moore Park Masterplan will see the progressive removal of on-grass parking at Moore Park. The Kippax Lake area has proved to be an extremely important green public space for people during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Trust is working with stakeholders to progressively implement the removal of on-grass parking in a staged manner.
At peak times, the Moore Park precinct can attract more than 80,000 patrons at one time, so for the benefit of patrons, neighbours and the surrounding road network, temporary event day parking on-grass is sometimes facilitated to alleviate parking pressure in surrounding streets.
Temporary car parks
During major stadia events or festivals, the following temporary carparks may be activated to supplement the Entertainment Quarter car park. See the event schedule here.
Showgrounds Field – Corner of Lang Road and Driver Avenue. Enter via Driver Avenue from Lang Road.
Moore Park Golf – Enter via Cleveland Street.
Kippax Lake area – northern end of Driver Avenue. Enter via Driver Avenue from Moore Park Road.
Additional temporary Parking may be available at;
Parking stations within walking distance to Moore Park may be also explored via Wilson Parking or Secure Parking.
Public transport remains the easiest way to travel to events in Moore Park. The precinct is now serviced by Moore Park Light Rail Station on the L2 & L3 lines. The major event Bus terminal may also provide additional services to events in Moore Park, and Moore Park is now an easy walk from Central, via Devonshire Street and the Tibby Cotter Bridge.
COVID-19: Temporary Park & Ride at Showground Field
As part of the NSW Government’s COVIDSafe Transport Plan, Transport for NSW, with support from Centennial Parklands, has been operating a temporary Park & Ride free commuter car park from Showground Field in Moore Park since the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pop-up parking initiative was designed to support workers returning to offices in the Sydney CBD by providing commuters with an easy connection to the city by bike, on-foot or by public transport.
As COVID-19 restrictions have eased and public transport capacities have increased, the pop-up car park is no longer required to operate and will close from 1 April 2021.
The last day of car park operations will be Thursday 1 April from 6am to 10pm, after this date the car park will no longer operate on weekdays as a free pop-up car park for CBD commuters.
Click here for more details.