Getting to the Venue
The venue is easily accessible by car and only a 10 minute drive from the Sydney CBD with stacks of parking options immediately alongside the event – see details below.
Please note that traffic can be heavy in the area for the show due to weekend congestion and light rail construction, so if possible we recommend you take public transport to the event – see full details on public transport options below.
Take advantage of the Route 1 shuttle bus service running from Eddy Avenue at Central Station in the CBD every 15 minutes from 9.30am until 3pm. To plan your trip on public transport just use the trip planner and a Transport NSW page will be available closer to the event date.
Before leaving home, be sure to check Live Traffic NSW for road status updates. Light rail construction is occurring on Chalmers Street connecting with Elizabeth Street, so be sure to avoid that route.
Centennial Park Cark Park
The Centennial Park car park will be open for visitor parking on both Show days for just $25/day and is located directly opposite the venue and you can enter from Driver Avenue.
Wilson (Multi-Deck) Car Park
Car parking is available in the Wilson Multi-Deck car park located in the Entertainment Quarter. Just enter via Lang Road and the car park entry is actually located on Errol Flynn Boulevard. We recommend you arrive early to secure a parking space in the Multi-Deck car park as this does fill up fast and the rates are outlined below. Use this map to monitor road works, accidents, traffic flow and more.
- Up to 2 Hours: FREE
- 2 – 3 Hours: $8
- 3 – 4 Hours: $10
- 4 – 5 Hours: $14
- 5 – 6 Hours: $18
- 6+ Hours: $25
- Maximum: $25
Please note: Limited street parking is available around Centennial Park on Cook St, Moore Park Rd and Robertson Rd with parking meters starting from around $3.30 per hour.
By Public Transport
The simplest route to the venue via public transport is catching a train to Central Station, then taking the Route 1 shuttle bus service departing every 15 minutes from 9.30am to 3.00pm which will take you directly to Moore Park.
The closest train station to Moore Park is Central Station (30 minute walk as seen on this walking route map via Devonshire Street and the Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter Walkway).
A number of trackworks are occurring outside of show times on the North Shore, Northern & Western routes. Plan your trip home accordingly by viewing travel alerts for trains here.
Sydney Bus services will run to a regular weekend timetable. The Route 1 shuttle bus service to Moore Park bus station is available from Central Station in the CBD 9.30am to 3pm leaving from Eddy Avenue every 15 minutes
Catch one of the many ferry services to Circular Quay and then take the T2 route train to Central Station. From there you can catch the Route 1 bus service leaving 9.30am to 3pm from Eddy Avenue every 15 minutes which will take you to Moore Park bus station.
Light rail services run between Dulwich Hill and Central Station with stops at popular CBD and Inner West destinations. Change at Central for the Route 1 shuttle bus running express to Moore Park from Eddy Avenue 9.30am to 3pm each day. For maps and service frequencies see light rail service information.
A taxi rank is located on Errol Flynn Boulevard (near the Hordern Pavilion).
For details of taxi networks servicing the Sydney area, visit NSW Taxi Council.
Disability Access + Assistance Dogs welcome
The venue has wheelchair access across both venue buildings (Hordern Pavilion & Royal Hall of Industries) and visitors with accredited Assistance Dogs are able to bring their Dogs to the show, however you will just need to show verification at the door.