Your Guide To ANZAC Day Road Closures And Public Transport In Sydney

April 25.

Your Guide To ANZAC Day Road Closures And Public Transport In Sydney

Anyone travelling to the ANZAC Day services in the Sydney CBD is advised to plan their journey carefully. 

The Dawn Service takes place at the Cenotaph at Martin Place at 4.30am. The ANZAC Day March starts at 9am from the corner of Martin Place and Elizabeth Street, and travels down Elizabeth Street to Liverpool Street.

Public transport is the best way to travel, and you can plan your journey here.

Travel on public transport is free for members and ex-members of the Australian Defence Force in uniform or wearing their medals. NSW TrainLink passengers wearing their uniform or medals will be able to purchase a return ticket for the price of a single fare on the day.

Carers and families also travel free, as do widows and widowers, children and grandchildren of deceased veterans who are carrying an accreditation letter from the RSL or present a war widow’s gold card.

Major road closures will be in place in the Sydney CBD between 03:00 and 16:00 including:

  • Existing closure: George Street from Alfred Street, Circular Quay to Rawson Place, Haymarket.
  • 03:00 until 16:00: Pitt Street and Castlereagh Street between Hunter Street and King Street.
  • 06:00 until 16:00: Major sections of Hunter, King, Market, Park, Bathurst, Liverpool, Pitt, Castlereagh and Elizabeth streets.