How much is parking at Sydney Olympic Park?

How much is parking in Olympic Park?

To help reduce the transmission of the virus, Sydney Olympic Park car parks are now CASHLESS resulting in contactless payments only. Casual parking is available for $6 per hour up to a maximum of $30 per day in our Car Parks.

How do you pay for parking at Olympic Park?

$30 Pre-booked Parking Flat Rate

If you are unable to pre-book your parking, pay from the safety of your own vehicle via Tap-n-Go facilities at the car park exit gates, or at an Automatic Pay Station. For your safety, parking operations at Sydney Olympic Park are cashless.

Can you park on the street at Sydney Olympic Park?

Ticket/Metered parking is generally available for $4 per hour or $20 per day (maximum) in some neighbouring streets, for example, Herb Elliot Ave toward Olympic Boulevard (but not the end near Australia Avenue).

Is there free parking in Olympic Park?

Free parking

For short visits there are 2-hour free-parking spaces located on Grand Parade, Olympic Boulevard and Dawn Fraser Avenue.

Is Olympic Park parking free?

There is some free on-street parking at Sydney Olympic Park, however are all time-limited, to 1 or 2 hours. Count yourself very lucky if you do manage to slot into a spot. Pay and display street parking is also available at $6 per hour up to $30 per day.

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Is parking free at Homebush?

DFO Homebush offers two hours of FREE parking for customers.

Is there a direct train from Central to Olympic Park?

No, there is no direct train from Sydney CBD station to Sydney Olympic Park station. However, there are services departing from Bridge Street station and arriving at Concord West Station via Central Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 33 min.

Which parking is closest to Easter Show 2021?

Recommendation is to park in P1, visit for more information. Patrons can also be dropped off on Dawn Fraser Avenue from Olympic Boulevard to Edwin Flack Ave, where it is a short distance to the main entry of the Sydney Royal Easter Show (located on Olympic Boulevard).