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Vivid Sydney 2022

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Barangaroo, Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay, The Rocks and Darling Harbour

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Important event information

Vivid Sydney returns for its 12th year to light up the city for 23 consecutive nights from Friday 27 May to Saturday 18 June.

The Vivid Sydney light walk is bigger than ever this year with hundreds of installations across an 8km walk. You won’t get to see it all in one night so plan your Vivid Sydney experience over a few nights with three key precincts to visit in the city. Vivid Sydney will also light up Sydney's iconic Taronga Zoo and Luna Park.

With road closures and parking restrictions in place each night the best way to get to and from the festival is by public transport. All the Vivid Sydney precincts are within close walking distance of major transport hubs and plenty of extra services will be running so leave the car at home and plan your trip by transport instead. See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

Vivid Sydney attracts large crowds each year, especially on Friday nights and weekends, so if you want to avoid the peak crowds or are travelling with families consider visiting on a weeknight instead.

Stay connected

Stay connected and get real-time updates on transport services, event precinct capacities and road closures online:

Opal

You can use an Opal card for all modes of public transport in Sydney and surrounding regions, including metro, trains, buses, ferries and light rail.

Remember to top up your Opal card before you travel to avoid waiting in line at top-up machines. You can top up your card online or at an Opal retailer.

More ways to pay

If you have a contactless-enabled American Express, Mastercard or Visa debit or credit card, or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and tapping off at Opal card readers. Available on all public transport, contactless payments are another way to pay on the Opal network. Adult Opal fare pricing applies and you will receive Opal benefits, including daily and weekly fare caps.

Sydney CBD

Vivid Sydney runs for 23 nights so plan a few visits to see all the installations, there are three main event precincts across the light walk in the Sydney CBD which are all within walking distance of major transport hubs.

  1. Circular Quay and The Rocks
  2. Walsh Bay, Barangaroo and King St Wharf
  3. Darling Harbour and Central

Frequent trains, buses, ferries and light rail services run to nearby transport hubs including Circular Quay, Town Hall, Wynyard and Central where you can start your Vivid Sydney light walk.

See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

Please note on Fridays from 6pm and weekends from 5pm light rail services will not run between Town Hall and Circular Quay, and on Saturday’s and Sunday of the long weekend trains will not drop off passengers at Circular Quay between 6pm and 11pm - use Wynyard, St James or Martin Place stations instead on these nights.

Ferries will also be particularly busy on the weekends and traditionally reach capacity from early afternoon so consider other transport options.

On the water

There will be a number of commercial charter vessels which will be lit up in support of Vivid Sydney adding an extra dimension to the light walk and harbour foreshore. The majority of charter vessels will be operating from the King St wharf area with some operating from Circular Quay charter wharves on select nights, where people can board a vessel to see the Vivid Sydney lights from the water and see other vessels lit up plying the waterways.

Luna Park and Taronga Zoo

Outside the city, Vivid Sydney will also have installations at Luna Park in Milsons Point and Taronga Zoo in Mosman.

Taronga Zoo: Sydney’s iconic zoo will light up for 2 ticketed sessions at 5.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday to Sunday nights including public Holiday Monday. Ferries and buses run regularly to Taronga Zoo from the city and north shore. For more info visit Wild Nights at Taronga Zoo

Luna Park: Lighting and Showtime performances will take place 3 times per night on each and every night during Vivid Sydney. Trains and Ferries run regularly to Milsons Point for easy access to Luna Park. For more info visit Luna Park - Vivid Sydney.

Sydney Metro services are high-frequency, driverless trains running between Tallawong Station and Chatswood Station.

Metro services start from the early morning running every 10 minutes until late. Change at Epping to connect with frequent T9 Northern Line trains to the city.

See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

For Metro service disruption information, check trackwork and travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip Planner.

Sydney Trains services run regularly to the city on all lines from early morning until late, and additional services will run on weekends during Vivid Sydney to help you get there and home again. Late night NSW TrainLink intercity services will also have increased capacity to help you get you home.

  • Daily: trains to the city run frequently on weekdays and every 10 to 15 minutes on weekends across most train lines. Regular timetabled services will run Monday through Thursdays.
  • On Fridays additional late night trains will run on the T2 Inner West & Leppington Line and T8 Airport & South Line.
  • Extra services will run in the afternoon and late evening on weekends to help you get to and from the city and between the Vivid Sydney precincts.
    • On Saturday’s, additional services will run on the T2 Inner West & Leppington Line and the T8 Airport & South Line. An additional service will run on the T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line.
    • On Sunday’s, additional services will run on the T2 Inner West & Leppington Line. An additional service will run on the T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line.
    • On the long weekend additional services will run on the T2 Inner West & Leppington Line and T8 Airport & South Line.

See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

Plan your trip to Vivid Sydney precincts by train using the Trip Planner.

Getting to Vivid Sydney Light precincts

All Vivid Sydney precincts in the city are within short walking distance of major CBD train stations including:

  • Circular Quay: trains run regularly to Circular Quay on weeknights. On Saturday nights and Sunday of the long weekend 12 June, trains will not drop off passengers at Circular Quay Station from 6pm to 11pm due to large crowds in the precinct – use Wynyard, Martin Place or St James stations instead on these nights.
  • Wynyard: from Wynyard station it’s an easy walk to Barangaroo and King St Wharf via the underground Wynyard Walk. For access to Circular Quay and The Rocks, take the George St exit and continue along George St towards Circular Quay.
  • Central: from Central take the Grand Concourse exit (1) or exit (7) towards Railway Square through the Devonshire St Tunnel and walk up the Goods Line towards Darling Harbour.
  • Town Hall: From Town Hall take the George St Town Hall exit (4) or Cathedral exit (5) and continue down Druitt St or Bathurst St for access to Darling Harbour.
  • Milsons Point: from Milsons Point station, Luna Park is a short walk down Alfred Street.

Trackwork

Trackwork is taking place during Vivid Sydney and may affect how you travel to and from the event - plan ahead using the Trip Planner. Additional rail replacement buses will be on standby during weekends.

Weekdays

  • Friday 27 May: Central Coast & Newcastle Line: From 11pm until 2am, trains run between Central Coast & Newcastle Line stations and North Sydney or the City Circle, some to a changed timetable.
  • Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June (major weekday): Blue Mountains Line: Buses replace trains between Lithgow and Mount Victoria. Daily, buses also replace trains between Mount Victoria and Katoomba.
  • Monday 6 to Friday 10 June (major weekday): Blue Mountains Line: Buses replace trains between Lithgow and Mount Victoria. Daily, buses also replace trains between Mount Victoria and Katoomba.
  • Tuesday 14 to Thursday 16 June (evening): Central Coast & Newcastle Line: Buses replace trains between Morisset and Wyong.
  • Wednesday 15 June (evening): T2 Inner West & Leppington Line: Buses replace the all-stations trains between Strathfield and Ashfield.

Weekends

From 2am Saturday 28 until 2am Monday 30 May (weekend)

  • T1 Western Line: Buses replace trains between Emu Plains and Blacktown. Trains run to a changed timetable between Richmond, Blacktown and the City. From 1am until 6am, trains run between Blacktown and Ashfield only, making extra stops at Flemington and Homebush. Buses replace all trains between Ashfield and Central.
  • T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line: Daily from 6.30am until 12.15pm, trains run to a changed timetable and stopping pattern. Some trains start or end at Hurstville or Sutherland. You may need to change trains to continue your journey.
  • T8 Airport & South Line: On Saturday from 8.40am until 3pm, buses replace the all-stations trains between Wolli Creek and Revesby. Express trains continue to run but will not stop at stations between Padstow and Turrella.
  • Blue Mountains Line: Buses replace trains between Lithgow and Blacktown. Bathurst trains are replaced by buses between Bathurst and Central. If you are travelling to Lithgow to connect with NSW TrainLink Regional Coaches, please call 132 232 to confirm departure times. On Saturday, buses replace the 01:17 Katoomba to Mount Victoria service.
  • Central Coast & Newcastle Line: Trains run between Central Coast & Newcastle Line stations and Strathfield only, some to a changed timetable.
  • South Coast Line: Daily from 6.30am until 12.15pm, some trains run to a changed timetable and make extra stops between Sutherland and Hurstville

    From 2am Saturday 4 June until 2am Monday 6 June (weekend)

    • T2 Inner West & Leppington Line: Buses replace trains between Cabramatta and Granville.
    • T5 Cumberland Line: Buses replace trains between Cabramatta and Granville.
    • Blue Mountains Line: Buses replace trains between Lithgow and Katoomba.

    From 2am Saturday 11 until 2am Tuesday 14 June (long weekend)

    • T1 North Shore Line: Buses replace trains between Berowra and Gordon.
    • T9 Northern Line: Buses replace trains between Hornsby and Strathfield.
    • Blue Mountains Line: Trains start and end at Strathfield.
    • Central Coast & Newcastle Line: Buses replace trains between Newcastle Interchange and Central.
    • Hunter Line: Buses replace trains between Scone, Dungog and Newcastle Interchange.

    From 2am Saturday 18 until 2am Monday 20 June (weekend)

    • T7 Olympic Park Line: Buses replace trains between Olympic Park and Lidcombe.
    • South Coast Line: Buses replace trains between Bomaderry and Wollongong.

    Trackwork is carried out on an ongoing basis to maintain the safety, reliability, and efficiency of the Sydney Trains network. For the latest information, check trackwork and travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip Planner.

    Plenty of buses run to and from the city each night, making stops within short walking distance of Vivid Sydney precincts.

    Sydney CBD: On some weeknights and all weekends during Vivid Sydney, additional services will run on selected popular bus routes to the city from mid-afternoon with additional return services leaving the city from around 8pm, depending on the route. Plan your bus trip ahead of time using the Trip PlannerSee our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

    Taronga Zoo: route 100 buses run regularly between the city QVB and Taronga Zoo. As well route 238 buses run regularly between Taronga Zoo Wharf, the Zoo top gate entry and Balmoral with additional late night buses running to meet ferries.

    Luna Park: Route 230 stops nearby at Alfred St and runs between Milsons Point and Mosman Wharf via North Sydney on weekdays and weekends. Customers are reminded route 230 services are limited and the best way to get to the Luna Park precinct is by catching a T1 North Shore Line train to Milsons Point instead.

    For bus service disruption information, check travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip Planner.

    Bus diversions

    Buses to and from the city will be diverting and using different stops while event road closures are in place. Check signs at bus stops for alternative stop locations and use the Trip Planner before you travel. See our Vivid Sydney bus changes map (pdf 143KB) for more info.

    • Routes 115, 202, 207, 208, 263: from 5pm to 1am on Saturdays and Sunday of the long weekend (12 Jun), services will start and end trips on York St at Wynyard instead of Bridge St. Services to the city will continue over the Sydney Harbour Bridge instead of the Cahill Expressway Overpass and end trips on York St near Margaret St at Wynyard. Services leaving the city will start trips from Stand K on York St (Stop ID 200033) at Wynyard Station, (Stand L for Route 263 services) and travel via Clarence St towards the Harbour Bridge.
    • Routes 304, 333, 343, 396 and 392N: 
      • On Fridays from 6pm to midnight, and on Sundays & Monday public holiday (13 June) from 5pm to midnight buses towards Circular Quay will end trips at Museum of Sydney on Phillip St. Buses leaving the city will start trips from Martin Place Station, Elizabeth St, Stand E Sydney (Stop ID 2000283) instead of Circular Quay. 
      • On Saturdays and Sunday of the long weekend (12 June) from 5pm to 1am Buses to the city will end trips at Martin Place Elizabeth St, Stand C. Buses leaving the city will start trips from Martin Place Elizabeth St, Stand E.
    • Route 311, 324, 325: from 5pm to midnight on Fridays and Sundays & Monday public holiday (13 June) and from 5pm to 1am on Saturdays and Sunday of the long weekend (12 June) from 5pm to 1am, buses towards Millers Point will end trips at Towns Place after Hickson Road (Stop ID 2000154) and start trips from Hickson Road opposite Towns Place (Stop ID 2000179). Stops on Argyle St and Argyle Place will be missed.

    For bus service disruption information, check travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip Planner.

    Harbour Ferries

    Vivid attendees planning to catch a ferry should expect delays and long queues at wharves as services are very popular during the festival and will start to reach capacity from the early afternoon.

    Ferries to and from Vivid Sydney precincts in Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo and Milsons Point will be very busy so make sure to plan ahead, have a few transport options in mind and look for signs directing you to your nearest alternative transport option. See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

    On Sunday 29 May, between 8.10pm and 8.40pm ferries to and from Circular Quay will run to a changed timetable while a Drone Show takes place in Sydney Cove for Vivid Sydney. Plan your trip using the Trip Planner and allow plenty of extra travel time

    Due to the high demand, customers will be required to exit the ferry once they reach their destination. You will not be able to stay on the ferry and take the return trip. This is to make sure that everyone gets the chance to access ferry services.

    Ferry services during Vivid Sydney:

    • F1 Manly: regular timetable services will run until late. Last ferry to Manly leaves Circular Quay at 12.20am on Fridays and Saturdays, and at 11.20pm on Sundays.
    • F2 Taronga Zoo: on Wednesdays to Sundays extra ferries will run from Circular Quay to the Zoo and return from the Zoo until 10pm. 
    • F3 Parramatta River: regular timetable services will run with additional late night ferries to and from Circular Quay on Friday and Saturday nights until 11.30pm and on Sundays and public holidays until 10pm.
    • F4 Pyrmont Bay: regular timetable services will run with additional ferries in the evening each night until 11pm from Pyrmont and 11.30pm from Circular Quay.
    • F5 Neutral Bay: regular timetable services will run. Last ferry leaves Circular Quay at 11.25pm on weeknights and Saturdays, and at 8.25pm on Sundays and public holidays.
    • F6 Mosman Bay: regular timetable services will run with late night services unti midnight.
    • F7 Double Bay: regular timetable services will run. Last ferry leaves Circular Quay at 10.57pm on weeknights and Saturdays, and at 8.57pm on Sundays and public holidays.
    • F8 Cockatoo Island: regular timetable services will run. Last ferry leaves Circular Quay at 11.45pm on weeknights and Saturdays, and at 8.45pm on Sundays and public holidays.
    • F9 Watsons Bay: regular timetable services will run. Last ferry to Rose Bay leaves Circular Quay at 11.45pm on weeknights and weekends. Last ferry to Watsons Bay on weekends leaves Circular Quay at 11.45pm.
    • F10 Glebe: regular services will run between Blackwattle Bay Wharf (Glebe) and Barangaroo Wharf every 30 minutes on weekdays from 7am to 8pm and on weekends from 9am to 7pm.

    For ferry service disruption information, check travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip PlannerPlease note: there are no free ferry services during Vivid Sydney.

    Ferries for Vivid Sydney ticketed events at Taronga Zoo

    On Wednesdays to Sundays extra F2 ferries will run from Circular Quay to the Zoo and return from the Zoo until 10pm with connecting buses between the Zoo entry and Zoo wharf.

    While extra services will run between Circular Quay and Taronga Zoo these will be in high demand and long queues are expected. Consider the alternative transport options including buses and plan to arrive early ahead of your session start time.

    For more information visit Vivid Sydney Wild Nights at Taronga Zoo.

    Other Maritime arrangements

    Restrictions will be in place on recreational and commercial vessels in the Harbour during Vivid Sydney 2022. Visit Transport for NSW Waterways website closer to the event date for details on private wharf closures, access restrictions and viewing areas.

    L1 Dulwich Hill Line

    L1 Dulwich Hill line light rail services run every 15 minutes between Central Grand Concourse and Dulwich Hill from 6am to 11pm daily, and until midnight on Fridays and weekends during Vivid Sydney.

    The best stops for access to Darling Harbour Vivid Sydney precincts are Exhibition Centre, Convention and Pyrmont Bay. Use the Trip Planner to plan your trip and see our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

    For access to Vivid Sydney precinct in the city’s north, change at Central for L2 and L3 light rail services leaving from Chalmers St. Please note on Fridays from 6pm and on weekends from 5pm services will not run between Town Hall and Circular Quay for crowd safety. Continue on foot from Town Hall towards the harbour instead.

    Keep in mind that services between Central and Pyrmont Bay will be busy, particularly on the weekends, as large crowds travel to the Vivid Sydney Darling Harbour precincts so consider the alternative transport options and plan your trip.

    L2 Randwick and L3 Kingsford Lines

    Light rail services are running in the city and south east. L2 Randwick light rail services run between Circular Quay and Randwick via Central Station (Chalmers Street) and the L3 Kingsford line services run between Circular Quay and Kingsford via Central Station (Chalmers Street). Services run regularly, plan your trip using the Trip Planner.

    On Monday to Thursdays catch light rail services to Circular Quay. On Saturdays and Sundays catch services to Wynyard and continue on foot to Circular Quay or catch services to Town Hall for access to Darling Harbour via Druitt St or Bathurst St. 

    For access to Darling Harbour, Central and the Goods Line Vivid Sydney locations use the Haymarket or Central Chalmers Street stop.

    See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

    Service changes:

    • On Fridays from 6pm and on weekends from 5pm services will not run between Town Hall and Circular Quay for crowd safety. Continue on foot from Town Hall towards the harbour instead.

    For maps and service frequencies see Light rail service information. For light rail service disruption information, check travel alerts or plan your trip using the Trip Planner.

    Attendees are urged to leave the car at home and catch public transport with plenty of services running and all Vivid Sydney precincts are within short walking distance of major transport hubs. See our Vivid Sydney Light Walk and Transport map to find your way (pdf 683KB).

    If you're planning to drive to Vivid Sydney precincts plan ahead and allow extra travel time as road closures and parking restrictions will be in effect around Circular Quay, The Rocks, Dawes Point, Haymarket and Darling Harbour each night. If you drive and arrive early for parking keep in mind that once roads are closed you won't be able to exit driveways, carparks or private properties onto closed roads so plan ahead.

    Visit livetraffic.com for real-time updates on traffic conditions and road closures during Vivid Sydney. To plan ahead, see the interactive road closure and clearway maps for more details.

    Road closures

    Roads will close daily during Vivid Sydney from Friday 27 May until Saturday 18 June. Roads start closing from 5pm each night in Circular Quay and The Rocks with additional closures in the Sydney CBD, Walsh Bay and around Darling Harbour on Friday nights and the weekends.

    Monday to Thursdays

    • 5pm – midnight: closures in The Rocks including George St north of Alfred St, Hickson Rd to Pottinger St and Railway Colonnade at Central Station.
    • 7pm – midnight: northbound lanes of George St closed from Grosvenor St to Essex St.  

    Fridays

    • 5pm – midnight: closures in The Rocks and Walsh Bay including George St north of Alfred St, Hickson Rd to Pottinger St, Hickson Rd eastbound from Towns Place to Pottinger St and Railway Colonnade at Central Station.
    • 5.30pm – midnight: Wheat Rd from Harbour St at Darling Harbour and Darling Dr between Ultimo Rd and Pier St roundabout.
    • 6pm – midnight: roads north of Bridge St at Circular Quay including sections of Pitt, Young, Phillip and Loftus Streets.
    • 7pm – midnight: northbound lanes of George St from Grosvenor St to Essex St.  

    Saturdays and Sunday (12 June) of the long weekend 

    • 5pm – 1am: closures in the Sydney CBD, Circular Quay, The Rocks and Walsh Bay including sections of Grosvenor St, Bridge St, Jamison St, Margaret St, Hunter St, George St north of King St, Hickson Rd to Pottinger St, Hickson Rd eastbound from Towns Place to Pottinger St, sections of Pitt, Young, Phillip and Loftus Streets at Circular Quay, and Railway Colonnade at Central Station. No access east/west across the city via Grosvenor/Bridge Streets on Saturday nights.
    • 5.30pm – midnight: Wheat Rd from Harbour St at Darling Harbour and Darling Dr between Ultimo Rd and Pier St roundabout.  

    Sundays and Monday 13 June (public holiday)       

    • 5pm – midnight: closures in Circular Quay, The Rocks and Walsh Bay including George St north of Grosvenor St, Hickson Rd to Pottinger St, Hickson Rd eastbound from Towns Place to Pottinger St, sections of Pitt, Young, Phillip and Loftus Streets at Circular Quay, and Railway Colonnade at Central Station.
    • 5.30pm – midnight: Wheat Rd from Harbour St at Darling Harbour and Darling Dr between Ultimo Rd and Pier St roundabout.

    Circular Quay West at the Overseas Passenger Terminal will be closed each day during Vivid Sydney from 3pm until midnight (until 1am on Saturdays).

    Managed access to some hotels and businesses around The Rocks and Circular Quay while roads are closed will be maintained by traffic controllers on-site throughout Vivid Sydney when safe to do so.

    For detailed information on the road closures, clearways and real-time updates on traffic conditions visit Live Traffic NSW or download a real-time traffic app.

    Taxis

    Demand for taxis will be high and queues will be long so please be patient and considerate of others. To avoid the queues, consider catching a train or bus service out of the Sydney CBD before looking for a taxi.

    The taxi rank on Macquarie St at the Sydney Opera House remains open throughout Vivid Sydney for nearby access to Circular Quay, however traffic is expected to be heavy on weekends so allow extra travel time.

    Taxi ranks at Darling Harbour including on Harbour St at Darling Square and Iron Place Wharf at ICC Sydney also remain open throughout Vivid Sydney. Zollner Circuit taxi rank will have managed access on Friday nights and weekends while sections of Darling Drive south of Pier St are closed from 5.30pm to midnight, traffic will be heavy so drivers are encouraged to use alternative nearby ranks.

    To plan ahead, see the interactive road closure and clearway maps for more details.

    Secure taxi rank locations

    Days

    Operational Times

    Darling Harbour, northern end of Lime Street.

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    201 Sussex Street (outside Healthline Pharmacy)

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    Bathurst St, west of George St

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    262 Pitt St

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    18a Martin Place - near - Angel Pl

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    Loftus Street, Circular Quay

    Friday

    (closed on Saturday due to road closures)

    10pm to 5am

    Sydney CBD  43-57 Goulburn St

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    12 Argyle Street, The Rocks (opp Clock Tower Sq)

    Friday and Saturday

    10pm to 5am

    For more details on secure taxi ranks and operating hours see Secure taxi ranks.

    For details of taxi networks servicing the Sydney area, visit Transport Operators.

    Rideshare

    If you're organising a rideshare, choose a pick up and drop off location outside of the immediate vicinity of Circular Quay to avoid delays while roads are closed. 

    Car parks

    Parking in the city will be very limited during Vivid Sydney, particularly on the Friday nights and weekends as large crowds are expected to visit. As well with road closures in place each night access to some car parks will be restricted.

    Plan ahead and familiarise yourself with the road closures before you travel. If you arrive early and roads close in the evening you will not be able to exit car parks until roads reopen at midnight (and 1am on Saturdays).

    To plan ahead, see the interactive road closure and clearway maps for more details.

    Special event clearways

    Special event clearways parking restrictions will be in effect from 3pm until midnight daily on most major roads in The Rocks, Circular Quay and the Sydney CBD. Clearways will also be in effect on some local roads around King St Wharf and Haymarket at Central Station.

    Clearways are strict no parking zones for all vehicle types, and apply even to local residents or Mobility Scheme Parking Permit holders. Check signs carefully as vehicles left in clearways will be towed and a fee applies. If your vehicle is towed you can call 132 701 to find its new location.

    To plan ahead, see the interactive road closure and clearway maps for more details.

    For real-time updates on traffic conditions visit Live Traffic NSW or download a real-time traffic app.

    Volunteers working at Vivid Sydney 2022 are entitled to free travel on public transport for the duration of the event by showing their 'Volunteers Free Travel Pass' to transport staff when boarding services.

    Travel is covered on the following transport services from Friday 27 May through until 4am on Sunday 19 June 2022:

    • Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink Intercity services (bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst, Scone and Dungog stations).
    • Sydney Metros services
    • Buses (Sydney metro bus services and NightRide services)
    • Sydney Ferries
    • Sydney Light Rail

    Note: an additional station access fee applies for travel to or from Domestic and International Airport stations. Your volunteer pass does not include the access fee, so if you're travelling from these stations you'll need to pay the train station access fee.

    Event

    There are a number of managed accessible viewing areas across the Vivid Sydney precincts. Visit the Vivid Sydney website for accessibility and inclusion information for the event.

    Transport

    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).