BACK IN 2022! All Sydney Swans memberships, corporate tickets and casual tickets include entry and return public transport to the game. 

We encourage all Sydney Swans members and supporters to use public transport when coming to the SCG.

Simply show your mobile member ticket or e-ticket to the Transport for NSW attendant when you board your transport.

For anyone using public transport without their Sydney Swans mobile membership ticket or e-ticket, you'll need to use an Opal card (or similar) to pay for this transport.

Transport includes:

  • Rail - regular scheduled rail services (unreserved seating only) within the rail network bounded by Scone, Dungog, Bathurst Goulburn, and Bomaderry (Nowra). Country Rail services are not included.
    • *Airport access fees apply to patrons boarding or disembarking at the Airport – Domestic, or Airport – International, stations.
  • Sydney Buses - Sydney metropolitan and outer metropolitan regular route bus services.
  • Ferries - Sydney Ferries and Newcastle Ferries.
  • Light Rail - Sydney Light Rail and Newcastle Light Rail.
  • Metro - Sydney Metro Services

For more information, including parking options, please see Transport for NSW.

PARKING

Parking option Cost per car Open/close Note

EP2

Driver Ave, Moore Park
Entry via Moore Park Road end

$30 4:50pm Limited parking spaces available

EP3

Driver Ave, Moore Park
Entry via Lang Road end

N/A 4:50pm Please note, EP3 is closed during our Round 4 fixture due to weather. 

Entertainment Quarter

Errol Flynn Boulevard, EQ

$30 6am-2am To pre-book parking, see here.
This car park offers accessible parking for patrons
Sydney Boys High
$20 per car
Tap and go card payment only*
TBC  

Sydney Girls High

Cleveland St - Gates 4 & 7
ANZAC Pde - Gate 
$20 per car
Tap and go card payment only*
TBC  

 

KEY TRANSPORT MESSAGES

  • Fans are encouraged to plan their trip and consider all the available travel options ahead of time. Traffic will be heavy in the precinct so consider leaving the car at home and catch public transport instead.
  • Travel on public transport is included in your ticket to the game, just show your ticket to staff when boarding. Remember, it’s mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport. Plan your trip at transportnsw.info.
  • Light rail services run regularly to Moore Park, which is a short walk across from the SCG. 
  • Due to road closures for Vivid Sydney, Light rail services will not run between Town Hall and Circular Quay after 6pm on Fridays. Light rail services may also be busier than usual as visitors attend Vivid Sydney precincts o allow extra travel time.
  • If you have to drive, travel with your group, plan ahead and allow plenty of extra travel time. Parking is available near the SCG at the Entertainment Quarter car park, grass car parks on Driver Avenue and Sydney Boys & Girls High car park off Cleveland Street.
  • Traffic will be heavier than usual on roads approaching the precinct so allow plenty of extra travel time. You can find real-time traffic conditions at livetraffic.com.

DROP OFF

  • The closest drop off point to the SCG for patrons with a disability is located at the southern turning circle on Driver Avenue. To access the drop off point, access Driver Avenue via Lang Road. 
  • There are two drop off points available:
    • Option 1: Located on the left side of the road at the existing taxi/Uber drop of location, just before the turning circle
    • Option 2: Located on the right side of the road, opposite the turning circle.
  • At the end of the match, the pickup point is in the same location. For those driving in, a disability permit must be displayed on the car windscreen to allow access.  When entering Driver Avenue please stick to the far-left lane and let Rangers and/or NSW Police know that you are collecting from the designated pick up zone for patrons with a disability.
  • GSP Rangers and/or NSW Police will assist with the traffic management in this area and patrons are asked to follow directions of staff and police to ensure patron safety.