WatervieW in Bicentennial Park

Directions

How to get to WatervieW in Bicentennial Park

By Car:

If driving to Bicentennial Park, you can enter Sydney Olympic Park from a few different directions:

1. GPS Directions

  1. Go to – Points of Interest
  2. Select – Point of Interest by Name
  3. Type –   Bicentennial Park, Sydney Olympic Park

2. Via Silverwater Road

  • Connect to Holker Street to enter into Sydney Olympic Park and followed by either:
    • Right turn onto Hill Road, first lights take a left turn onto Pondage Link, at the end of the street turn left onto Kevin Coombs Avenue and finally a right hand turn onto Australia Avenue where the entrance gates are located on the left near the end of the road
    • Left turn onto Hill Road, followed by a right hand turn to Bennelong Parkway, at the end take a left onto Bennelong Road to turn left at the first lights onto Australia Avenue where the entrance gates are located on the left near the end of the road

3. Via M4 Motorway

  • Exit Motorway at Homebush Bay Drive, turning left if coming from the West, or turning right if coming from the City
  • Turn at the first left onto Australia Avenue (at the overpass next to the DFO)
  • Take an immediate right turn into Bicentennial Park (on Bicentennial Drive, opposite Shirley Strickland Avenue)

4. Via Homebush Bay Drive

  • Homebush Bay Drive is connected to:
    • Parramatta Road
    • M4 Motorway
    • Concord Road
  • Turn left onto Australia Avenue if coming from the West or South, or turn right if coming from the North
  • Take an immediate right turn into Bicentennial Park (on Bicentennial Drive, opposite Shirley Strickland Avenue)

entrance

Parking

With over 400 car spaces set in parking bays and along Bicentennial Drive surrounding our venue, there is ample parking available for any type of event at no charge.

PARKING

By Train:

Weekdays:

Olympic Park Sprint operates between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Station at 10 minute intervals between 5:55am-11:58pm.

Weekend and Public Holiday:

Olympic Park Sprint operates between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Station at 10 minute intervals between from 6:50am and 10:10pm.

And 20 minute intervals between 6:10am and 6:50am and from 10:10pm to 11:50pmServices between central station and Olympic park stations take approximately 20 minutes using direct train services.

Once at Olympic Park Station either take a taxi, or walk (10 minutes) along Australia Avenue and onto the walking bridge that leads you into Bicentennial Park.

Special Events

During major events, such as sports games and concerts, extra trains operate to Sydney Olympic Park Station and some may run direct from Central.  Special Event buses also operate, providing direct services to and from Sydney Olympic Park.

The timetable is available to be viewed at www.newtimetables.com.au

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Concord West Station

City Rail services available in accordance to published timetables.

Once at Concord West Station, exit onto Victoria Avenue and proceed to the pedestrian underpass which crosses through Homebush Bay Drive into Bicentennial Park (approximately 10 minutes walk).

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By Bus:

Getting to Sydney Olympic Park by bus is easy with 4 different routes operating into the park:

Sydney Buses

Route 525 - Parramatta Station to Burwood Station via Olympic Park Railway Station, Rydalmere, UWS Nepean Campus and Newington

*Stopping along Australia Avenue, right outside the entrance of Bicentennial Park

Route 401 - Lidcombe Station to Olympic Park Railway Station via Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf and Newington

Route 533 - Sydney Olympic Park and Chatswood via Rhodes and North Ryde

*Stopping along Australia Avenue, right outside the entrance of Bicentennial Park

Punchbowl Bus Company

Route 450 - Punchbowl Bus Company has extended its existing 450 Service between Hurstville and Strathfield to include Sydney Olympic Park, during weekdays at peak hour times

*Stopping along Australia Avenue, right outside the entrance of Bicentennial Park

To view the full timetables of these bus routes and plan your trip - www.131500.com.au

By Ferry:

Sydney Ferries operates a daily service between Circular Quay and Parramatta stopping at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf. The Parramatta River route departs Circular Quay, No. 5 Wharf.

Travel times to Sydney Olympic Park from:

  • Circular Quay – approx. 50 minutes
  • Parramatta – approx. 30 Minutes

From Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf

  • Connecting Bus Service (Route 401) to Sydney Olympic Park Station

**Please note not all ferries have a direct connecting bus service time

  • Arrangement of a coach shuttle service to our venue **Price upon application

Visit  http://www.131500.com.au/upload/docs/sydney-ferry/Parramatta-ferry-timetable.pdf to get the most up-to-date timetables to Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf, or visit www.131500.com.au to plan your trip.

By Foot: 

Sydney Olympic Park Train Station

To and from WatervieW to Sydney Olympic Park Train Station

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Concord West Station

From Concord West Station, exit onto Victoria Avenue and proceed to the pedestrian underpass which crosses through Homebush Bay Drive into Bicentennial Park (approximately 10 minutes walk).

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