SCG

Quickest and easiest way to get here

The Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust precinct is located on the doorstep of Australia's most vibrant harbour city and central business district.

Sydney's diverse public transport systems allow patrons to move freely to and from the precinct whilst sampling the heritage-rich surrounding suburbs including Moore Park, Surry Hills and Paddington.

Central Railway Station easily services big crowds of concert goers and sports fans heading to the SCG and Allianz Stadium and is a comfortable walk or bus ride away.

Cycling or driving are also viable alternatives in the Moore Park area every day of the year.

Public Transport

Public Transport

With frequent light rail services and a number of regular bus routes, the best way to get to and from the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) is by public transport.

Catch a light rail service to Moore Park on the new L2 Randwick Line to get within a short walking distance of the SCG. From Central Railway Station, light rail services leave via Chalmers Street and bring you to the Moore Park stop which is located on Anzac Parade just south of the SCG.

Services run between Circular Quay and Randwick High Street via Central Chalmers Street regularly on weekdays and weekends, from 5am until 1am.

During major events, express light rail shuttle services will also run. The former special event shuttle buses (Route 1) between Central and Moore Park may also run when required during events, and will leave from Chalmers Street at Central, north of the new light rail stop and the Devonshire Street Central Station exit.

Alternatively, it is about a 25-minute walk from Central to Moore Park via Devonshire Street and the Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter walkway.

Fans are encouraged to arrive early, allowing plenty of time to enter the venue through security, and find your seat.

For all the details and to plan your trip visit transportnsw.info.

Parking

Parking

Parking in the Moore Park precinct is available under the current provisions. 

EP2 - Gold and Platinum Members can park in a section of EP2 for $15 until the allocation is exhausted.

EP2 and EP3 - Public parking on event days only ($25 fee per car).

Entry to EP2 (Kippax) and EP3 (Showground) via Driver Avenue.

Driver Avenue

The centre portion of Driver Avenue is closed for larger events. Access to MP1 and EP2 is from Moore Park Road and the Eastern Distributor in the north and EP3 via Lang Road and Anzac Parade in the south.

Entertainment Quarter

Public parking (fees apply). Entry to the Entertainment Quarter parking via Lang Road.

Sydney Boys High School

Public parking for selected events only (fees apply). Entry to Sydney Boys High School via Cleveland Street

Sydney Girls High School

Public parking for selected events only (fees apply). Entry to Sydney Girls High School via Anzac Parade and Cleveland Street.

Important note

  • Parking payments for all facilities controlled by the SCGT will are via debit/credit cards only, no cash.

  • Parking at all sites is limited and Special Event Clearways may be in force for surrounding areas.

  • All car parks have areas reserved for patrons with disabilities.

  • For event specific traffic, road closure and Special Event Clearway information visit Live Traffic.  

Taxi / Hire Car / Uber

Taxi / Hire Car / Uber

There are permanent taxi ranks located in the Entertainment Quarter on Errol Flynn Boulevard (opposite the Hordern Pavilion and another on Moore Park Road opposite the Olympic Hotel.

At present there are no designated Uber or Hire Car zones in the precinct.

Cycleways

Cycleways

Moore Park, Centennial Park and the surrounding areas boast some of the most picturesque cycleways in Sydney and is one of the most cycle-friendly public spaces in the city.

Cyclists will find many bike racks in convenient locations along Driver Avenue in Moore Park and all pathways in Moore Park are shared footpath/cycleways.

Walking

Walking

Take a leaf out of the SCGT's many sporting codes' playbook and get fit on the way to their games. Take the family for a stroll in Centennial Park before lunch in the Entertainment Quarter or walk off the adrenaline after the match with a stroll to some of Sydney's finest restaurants.

The precinct is easily accessible via the Tibby Cotter Walkway which delivers patrons from Moore Park west to the Sydney Cricket and Sports Ground Trust precinct.