Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney Olympic Park, home of the 2000 Olympics, hosts a number of events, including concerts, sporting events and the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Your ticket to a major event at Sydney Olympic Park may also cover your travel on public transport, including on major event buses.

  • If it does, you just show your event ticket to Transport staff as you board public transport service.
  • If it doesn’t, you will need an Opal card to travel by train or to purchase a ticket on the special event buses.

See events for transport details or check your event ticket.

You can travel to the Sydney Olympic Park precinct by:

  • Train to Sydney Olympic Park Station
  • Bus to Sydney Olympic Park on a major event bus
  • Ferry to Sydney Olympic Park wharf

Use the Trip planner to plan your trip or see Events to see what's on at Sydney Olympic Park and what transport arrangements are in place.

Sydney Olympic Park major event bus routes

To view a timetable or route map see Maps and timetables, and enter a route number (listed in the table below).  You can also download the Sydney Olympic Park major event bus routes map or visit Major Event Buses interactive map.

RouteTo / from SOP
1A Warriewood via Dee Why
1B Warriewood via Mona Vale
2 Glebe via Hunters Hill
4 Maroubra
5A Castle Hill
5B Rouse Hill
6 Menai
7 Cronulla
8 Dural

ShowLink tickets

A ShowLink ticket is an entry pass to the Sydney Royal Easter Show that is valid for a single admission to the Show on any one day.

Important information

ShowLink tickets are not sold at train stations or on buses.

To find out more and to pre-purchase your ShowLink ticket, visit the Sydney Royal Easter Show website

All pre-purchased ShowLink tickets include return public transport on any one day of the Show on:

  • Train services (bounded by Bomaderry (Nowra), Goulburn, Bathurst and Dungog stations)
  • Sydney Olympic Park major event buses
  • Regular bus services
  • Sydney Ferries services
  • Light rail services.

Remember to keep your ShowLink ticket safe for your return journey home as you must have a valid ticket when travelling on public transport.

A ShowLink ticket is not valid for travel on privately-operated ferries or regional trains. A station access fee applies for travel to and from Domestic and International Airport stations.