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
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.
|Route||To / from SOP|
|1A||Warriewood via Dee Why|
|1B||Warriewood via Mona Vale|
|2||Glebe via Hunters Hill|
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.