Getting to Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park was the home of the 2000 Summer Olympics Games. It hosts a range of events including concerts, festivals, sporting events and the Sydney Royal Easter Show.
You can travel to the Sydney Olympic Park precinct by train, ferry, regular buses and major event buses.
Use the Trip Planner to plan your trip to Sydney Olympic Park.
You can check if there are major event buses scheduled for travel to Sydney Olympic Park in the upcoming events information.
To check major event bus service timetables or route maps, find the route number in the table below then enter it into the timetables search box.
You can also view:
|Route||To / from SOP|
|1A||Warriewood via Dee Why|
|1B||Warriewood via Mona Vale|
|2||Glebe via Hunters Hill|
Major event buses operate for large-scale events in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct. Travel on board major event buses is not included in tickets to all events at Sydney Olympic Park.
Before travelling, check your event ticket and the travel information in upcoming events to see if travel on major event buses and public transport travel is included with your ticket.
If travel is included, simply show your event ticket to Transport staff when boarding. At metro stations you can also press the video help point button and show your ticket to Sydney Metro staff who will then open the ticket gates for you.
Major event bus services are not Opal enabled and cash tickets cannot be purchased on board buses.
All pre-purchased ShowLink tickets include return public transport for your trip to the Royal Easter Show on any one day.
You can pre-purchase your ShowLink ticket on the Sydney Royal Easter Show website. ShowLink tickets are not sold at stations, ferry wharves or on buses.
Travel public transport with ShowLink tickets
Present your ShowLink ticket for travel on:
- Metro and train services (bounded by Bomaderry (Nowra), Goulburn, Bathurst and Dungog stations)
- Sydney Olympic Park major event buses
- Regular bus services
- Sydney Ferries services
- Light rail services.
Keep your ShowLink ticket for your return trip home as you will need to present your ShowLink ticket or have a valid ticket when travelling on public transport.
- ShowLink tickets are not valid for travel on privately-operated ferries or regional trains.
- A station access fee applies for travel to and from Domestic and International Airport stations.