Shania Twain concerts
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Olympic Park
- Doors open both nights
- Support acts start both nights
- Shania Twain start both nights
- Show finish both nights
Important event information
Sydney Olympic Park will be busy on Saturday with crowds heading to a Shania Twain concert and the A-League Sydney Derby at neighbouring venues at the same time. If you are planning on driving, pre-book parking and allow extra travel time as roads in the precinct will be busy and delays are expected.
More ways to pay
If you have an American Express, Mastercard or Visa debit or credit card which displays the contactless payment symbol, or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and off at Opal card readers on trains, light rail and Sydney Ferries. Keep in mind if you’re travelling by bus you still need to use an Opal card. Standard (peak) Adult Opal fare pricing applies. If you consistently use the same contactless card or linked device to tap on and tap off, you may qualify for Opal daily, weekly and Sunday fare caps but no other Opal benefits apply.
Summer Holiday timetable
During the summer holidays including Christmas and New Year, Sydney trains, buses, ferries and light rail services will run to a changed timetable. Some services will run to weekend timetables on weekdays and other services, including those to major events, beaches and shopping centres, will run more frequently. Check out all the Summer Holiday timetable details and plan your trip before you travel.
The closest station to Qudos Bank Arena is Olympic Park.
Services run to a regular timetable on Friday. Catch a train to Lidcombe for a direct service to Olympic Park from Platform Zero running every 10 minutes until 00:30.
The closest station to ANZ Stadium is Olympic Park.
Saturday - Getting there
Additional services will run to Olympic Park:
- From Penrith: supporters trains will leave at 17:38 and 18:08, stopping all stations to Seven Hills then Westmead, Parramatta, Granville, Lidcombe and Olympic Park.
- From Central: trains will run every 15 minutes from 17:00 until 21:30, stopping at Redfern, Strathfield then Olympic Park.
- Blue Mountains Line: services will make an additional stop at Lidcombe between 17:00 and 20:00.
- Alternatively, catch a train to Lidcombe for a direct service to Olympic Park from Platform Zero running every 10 minutes until 22:00.
Saturday - Getting home
Additional return services from Olympic Park and Lidcombe:
- To Blacktown: express trains will run every 10 minutes from 22:00 until 23:30, stopping at Lidcombe, Granville, Parramatta, Westmead and Seven Hills. Every 30 minutes, services will extend to Penrith and Schofields.
- To Central: express trains will run every 7 to 8 minutes from 22:00 until 23:30, stopping at Strathfield, Redfern.
- Blue Mountains Line: services will make an additional stop at Lidcombe between 22:00 and midnight.
- Direct services back to Lidcombe will run from Olympic Park every 10 minutes until 22:00, then every 20 minutes until 23:30, and then every 10 minutes again until 00:30
Trackwork is taking place on various lines from 02:00 Saturday 15 December to 02:00 Monday 17 December and may affect how you travel to and from the event.
- T1 Western & Richmond Line: Richmond trains start and end at Olympic Park. If you’re travelling to and from the City, change at Lidcombe for a connecting train.
- T2 Inner West & Leppington Line & T5 Cumberland Line: Buses replace trains between Leppington and Glenfield, then continue to Liverpool.
- T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line: Buses replace trains between Bondi Junction and Central. Express buses will run between Bondi Junction and Central.
- T8 Airport & South Line: Buses replace trains between Glenfield and Sydenham.
- Blue Mountains Line: From 02:00 until 15:20, buses replace trains between Springwood and Penrith both days.
To note: As of Sunday 30 September, the Epping to Chatswood rail line has temporarily closed for upgrades for around 7 months before Sydney Metro Northwest services begin in 2019. The new high-frequency bus service, Station Link, replaces trains between Epping and Chatswood. For more information on Station Link, visit transportnsw.info.
Trackwork is carried out on an ongoing basis to maintain the safety, reliability, and efficiency of the Sydney Trains network. Trackwork may affect how you travel so allow plenty of extra travel time and plan ahead. For train service disruption information, check travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip Planner.
The following Sydney Buses services run to Olympic Park:
- Route 525 runs between Parramatta and Burwood via Sydney Olympic Park.
- Route 526 runs from the Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf to Olympic Park.
Light rail services run between Central Station and Dulwich Hill with stops at popular CBD and Inner West destinations. Change at Central to connect with express trains to Olympic Park.
Sydney Ferries services are very popular and may reach capacity especially on weekends. Keep this in mind if you’re planning on catching an F3 Parramatta River service. Use the Trip Planner and consider the alternative public transport options available.
Qudos Bank Arena is around a 40 minute walk (3.6km) from Sydney Olympic Park Wharf. There is a connecting 526 bus to the venue.
Due to low tide some ferry services to and from Parramatta wharf may be replaced by buses. See Parramatta Ferry low tide for the full calendar of ferry replacement services.
Note: From Wednesday 3 October, Rydalmere Wharf will be closed for around 5 months for upgrade works. A temporary bus service, Route 535, will run between Parramatta Wharf and Sydney Olympic Park Wharf via Rydalmere Wharf to connect with F3 Parramatta River ferry services. For more information, visit transportnsw.info.
Traffic will be heavier than normal as crowds travel to coinciding events at Olympic Park on Saturday evening. Motorists should expect additional traffic on roads approaching Sydney Olympic Park including the M4, Parramatta Road, Homebush Bay Drive and Concord 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 and check out the interactive map
A distance-based toll applies on the new M4 between Parramatta and Homebush. For details visit westconnex.com.au/newM4.
Accessible trips are shown in the Trip Planner with the wheelchair icon. You can select "accessible services only" in the Options to ensure you only see accessible services. Only trip plans with accessible train platforms, ferry wharves and buses will be presented. See accessible travel or download a transport app (select the "Accessibility" filter).
Parking will be in high demand on Saturday night with an A-League match underway in the precinct at the same time. Fans are encouraged to consider the public transport options available instead or make sure to pre-book parking.
Visit Sydney Olympic Park Prebook to pre-book your parking ticket and guarantee yourself a space. Note: Pre-book parking is available until 23:59 the night before the event. If you haven’t booked, follow the variable message signs within Sydney Olympic Park to best available casual parking. For more information visit parking at Sydney Olympic Park.
A distance-based toll applies on the new M4 between Parramatta and Homebush. For details visit westconnex.com.au/newM4. Please note vehicles exiting P4 car park onto Homebush Bay Drive should ignore the beep. You will not be charged a toll as you did not enter the motorway.