Catching public transport to Adele’s Sydney shows? With track work in place, here’s everything you need to know about getting to and from the stadium.
Transport for NSW is urging fans to catch public transport to and from the venue, and allow plenty of travel time.
Friday March 10 is a sold-out crowd, while on Saturday there will be another 90,000 people heading to catch Adele perform.
Concert goers should aim to arrive early, as Adele is expected onstage at 7:30pm and there is no support act.
Traffic delays will most likely occur due to large numbers, especially on Friday where punters will be competing with peak hour traffic. The best option is to catch public transport – your concert ticket includes free travel.
As well as this, extra services will be run with more trains from Central, Redfern, Strathfield and Lidcombe to Olympic Park.
For those going on Saturday night, be aware buses will be replacing T1 Northern Line trains between Hornsby and Strathfield via Epping, T1 North Shore Line trains between Berowra and Gordon, as well as all trains on the Central Coast & Newcastle Line and Hunter Line.
Additional replacement services will be in place, plus direct coaches from major stops. Public transport is still the best option getting to and from ANZ Stadium, as traffic will be heavy.
If you must drive to the venue, it is recommended that you carpool, pre-book parking and allow at least three hours extra travel time. A better option would be to park at a large train station and catch the train from there.
Have fun this weekend!