Super Rugby Final: Waratahs v Crusaders

Saturday 02 August
ANZ Stadium, Dawn Fraser Avenue,Sydney Olympic Park

Pre-game entertainment (in precinct)
 16:00
Gates open
 17:45
Main match
 19:40
Finish
 21:20

Transport details

Event website: Super Rugby Final: Waratahs v Crusaders

Use the Trip planner to plan your trip with up-to-date train, bus, ferry and light rail information. You can also use one of the many real-time apps to track your service.

Special information

  • A valid pre-purchased match ticket includes travel to ANZ Stadium on train services (bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst and Dungog stations), Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Buses, regular bus services, Sydney Ferries and Light Rail services.
  • Remember to keep your match ticket safe for your journey home, as you must have a valid ticket when travelling on public transport.
  • If you don’t already have a ticket to the event, you'll need to purchase a ticket to travel on public transport.
  • Note: a station access fee applies for travel to and from Domestic and International Airport stations. Your match ticket does not include the access fee, so if you're travelling from these stations you'll need to buy a GatePass.

Train

  • The closest station to ANZ Stadium is Olympic Park Station.

Getting there

  • Lidcombe to Olympic Park sprint services depart every 10 minutes.
  • Direct services are operating from the T1 North Shore Line to Olympic Park Station, every 15 minutes between 16:00 and 17:00, then up to 8 trains an hour between 17:00 and 21:00, stopping at Central (platform 18), Redfern and Strathfield stations.
  • To avoid overcrowding on platform 18, please note the information below:

Travelling from the T4 Eastern Suburbs Line:

  • Change at Town Hall Station for direct services to Olympic Park, departing from platform 2.

Travelling from the T1 North Shore Line:

  • Change at North Sydney, Chatswood or Lindfield stations for direct services to Olympic Park.

Travelling from the T4 Illawarra Line:

  • Change at Redfern Station for direct services to Olympic Park.

Getting home

Olympic Park to Central: services run every 5 minutes between 21:00 and 23:30, then every 15 minutes between 23:30 and midnight, stopping at Strathfield and Redfern. These services will then continue to North Sydney and other T1 North Shore stations.

Olympic Park to Lidcombe: Services run every 10 minutes until and midnight.

Trackwork

Bus

  • Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Buses are running, starting between 16:00 and 17:10. depending on the route. Buses will arrive at Sydney Olympic Park between 17:30 and 19:25.
  • Return services run after the game from around 21:30, with the last service leaving Olympic Park at 22:15.
  • Accessible services will operate on all routes.
  • Sydney Buses services are running to a regular weekend timetable. For more information see bus maps and operator information.
  • Please note: Route 2 Major Event Buses will no longer stop at:
    • Gladesville Hospital on Victoria Road near Prince Edward Street. Customers may catch a regular Sydney Buses service on Victoria Road to the next Major Event Bus Stop on Victoria Road near Hepburn Street.
  • Please note: Route 3 Major Event Buses will no longer stop at:
    • Vimiera Road near Elk Street.
    • Balaclava Road near Epping Road.
    • Macquarie University on Macquarie Road - Macquarie Univserity Station.
    • Herring Road near Waterloo Road.
    • Kent Road near Ruse Street.
  • The closest Major Event Bus stops are:
    • Lane Cove Road near Talavera Road - Macquarie Park Station.
    • Lane Cove Road near North Ryde Golf Club, opposite Ford Street.
    • Epping Road near Wicks Road.
  • Customers can catch regular Sydney Buses services to Epping Station for trains to Strathfield and Olympic Park.
  • Sydney Buses services are running to a regular weekend timetable. For more information see bus maps and operator information.
  • Sydney Buses Route 525 runs between Parramatta and Burwood via Sydney Olympic Park.
  • Route 526 runs from the Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf to Olympic Park.

Ferry

  • Sydney Ferries services are running to a regular weekend timetable. If ferry services are full, customers can take a train which regularly depart from Circular Quay Station.
  • ANZ Stadium is approximately 40 minutes walk (3.6km) from Sydney Olympic Park Wharf. There is a connecting 526 bus to the stadium.
  • Please check timetables for connecting return services.
  • Return bus and ferry services are limited and are expected to reach capacity, so plan your trip and consider an alternative option for your return journey.

Road

  • Sydney Olympic Park Authority may close some local roads to accommodate increased public transport services and ensure pedestrian safety during events. For road closure details, visit Sydney Olympic Park Authority.
  • For information on current traffic conditions visit Live Traffic NSW.
  • You can also download the free iPhone, iPad or Android app or call the Traffic Information Line on 132 701.

Taxi

  • For details of taxi networks servicing the Sydney area, visit NSW Taxi Council.

Parking

  • Parking is subject to availability at Sydney Olympic Park. Visit Sydney Olympic Park Prebook to prebook your parking ticket and guarantee yourself a space.
    • Note: Pre-book parking is available until 23:59 the night before the event.
  • For more information on parking visit Sydney Olympic Park.

Accessibility

Accessible transport options can be found on the Trip planner by checking ‘Mobility options’. Only trip plans with accessible train platforms, ferry wharves and buses will be presented. See accessible travel in NSW.

Trains

  • Central, Strathfield, Parramatta, Epping, Macquarie University, Macquarie Park, Granville, Blacktown, Lidcombe and Olympic Park stations are all wheelchair accessible. See accessible trains and stations.

Buses

  • Many of Sydney Buses’ services are wheelchair accessible. Features of wheelchair accessible buses include wider doors and aisles, and space for two mobility aids such as wheelchairs, some ride-on scooters and prams or strollers. See travel on accessible buses.

Ferries

  • The entire Sydney Ferries fleet is wheelchair accessible via accessible ferry wharves (pending tidal and safety conditions). See accessible ferries and wharves.

Light Rail

  • Light rail services have accessible stops and there is dedicated space on board each vehicle for a wheelchair, pram or other mobility device. See accessible light rail.

Taxis

  • Wheelchair accessible taxis operate in NSW. For information on travelling by wheelchair accessible taxis and how to book, see wheelchair accessible taxis.