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  • Sydney Swans members with game access to the SCG
  • Sydney Swans casual ticket purchasers
  • Sydney Swans corporate clients
  • AFL members with Sydney Swans Club Support

Rail

  • Regular scheduled rail services within the Sydney metropolitan and greater-metropolitan rail network bounded by Scone, Dungog, Bathurst, Goulburn and Bomaderry (Nowra).
  • Country Rail and reserved seating services are not included.
  • Airport access fees apply to patrons boarding at the domestic and international airport stations (more information below).

Sydney Buses

  • Sydney metropolitan and outer metropolitan regular route bus services

Ferries

  • Sydney Ferries
  • Newcastle Ferries

Light Rail

  • Sydney Light Rail
  • Newcastle Light Rail

Metro

Sydney Metro Services

Patrons presenting membership cards or tickets for travel to, or from, the Airport’s domestic or international train stations will need to pay the airport station access fee. The new travel deal does not include the station access fee for these two stops.

You can take the train through these stations, but if patrons board or disembark at one of the two airport stations, they will need to use their Opal/Credit Card to pay the full station access fee.

Yes. It will also apply to any home finals the Swans might host at the SCG.

No, return public transport in included for Sydney Swans home games at the SCG only. Away game transport information will be available on the match day page of the Sydney Swans website and will always include relevant details on the upcoming match.

You simply show your membership card or ticket (either in hard copy or on mobile) to the attendant.

These patrons simply use their Opal Card (or credit card on services where this is applicable) to pay for their transport.

Those holding eligible membership cards or tickets are able to access return public transport for the full day of the home match on relevant transport services to and from the SCG up until four hours on the day immediately following the match.

Patrons must be in possession of an eligible membership card or ticket (either in hard copy or on mobile) to access the return public transport that is included. Wherever possible, tickets should be collected in advance to avoid having to use an Opal Card/Credit Card to board public transport.

Yes. L2, the Randwick line of the Light Rail will commence services in December, 2019. L3, the Kingsford line of the Light Rail will commence services in early March, 2020. Both the L2 and L3 services stop at Moore Park.

Yes. In addition to the regular services along L2 and L3, additional shuttles will be put on for all major events between Circular Quay, Central and the SCG.

Yes. When there are major events and festivals, such as Vivid, the Circular Quay light rail station will be closed, and all services will commence further along George Street. Specific details will be available at www.transportnsw.info in the lead up to specific events.

No. Light rail services will replace the shuttle buses which have been in place in previous years.

No. In 2020, match-day parking will remain as per previous seasons with the below options available to patrons as user pay car parks:

EP2 – Driver Avenue, Moore Park Road end
EP3 – Driver Avenue, Lang Road end
Entertainment Quarter Car Park
Sydney Boys High
Sydney Girls High