2018 NRL Grand Final Stadium Map Highlighting All Public Transport Options to get you to the game

The 2018 NRL Grand Final will be played on Sunday 30th September at ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park.

The kick-off is 6:30 pm AEST with gates opening at 2:15 pm AEST.

We have created a map highlighting all the public transport options to get you to and from the game. The image below shows the best way to get there using Sydney Trains, Sydney Metro, Buses and Ferries.

To help you find your way around Sydney Olympic Park we have included some helpful pointers on our map to help you make your way around on the day.

If you’re coming to the NRL Grand Final at ANZ Stadium this Sunday, please plan how you are going to get there. The easiest and most convenient way is to catch public transport!

To make things even easier, here’s a map with all the public transport options to get you to the game.

The map includes all train, bus and ferry services, bicycle parking near the stadium and major car parks for those who want to drive. It also shows nearby roads which will be closed or bus-only on Grand Final Day.

This map is also available as an interactive Google Map – click here to view it in your browser. And if you’re going to the game, feel free to save a copy of this map on your phone so you have it when you need it!

The NRL Grand Final this year is on Sunday 30th September. This year is a little different because it’s being held in Sydney, as opposed to Brisbane like last year and Melbourne the year before that.

So I thought I’d make a map that showed all of the public transport options (trains, ferries and buses) to get you to the Sydney Olympic Park stadium area. The map shows where each station or stop is in relation to ANZ Stadium and other useful venues, such as the Entertainment Quarter (for after party funsies).

I’ve also included some useful links to timetables and maps of bus routes for those who are not familiar with Sydney and/or using buses.

Hope this proves useful for anyone planning on heading down for the big game!

I’m a big rugby league fan, and this year I was lucky enough to get tickets to the NRL grand final. For those who don’t know, that’s the final game of the season, where the two best teams play each other. It’s also at ANZ stadium, which is a few kilometres west of Sydney centre.

The NRL grand final is one of the biggest events on the Australian sporting calendar, and thousands of people from all around Australia flock to Sydney for the event. Many of them don’t live in Sydney, so getting everyone there can be tricky.

Like any major event in Sydney, transport can be a nightmare for people not familiar with the city, especially if they’re just visiting for the event. I thought it would be useful to make a map that highlights all available public transport options for people attending or watching the game (or even just going out in Sydney that night). So that’s what I’ve done.

The Grand Final is always a great way to finish off the season and 2018 will be no different. A lot of people will be coming in from interstate for the game and its a good opportunity to showcase our great city.

I love going to the footy and I’m lucky enough to have been going to games at ANZ Stadium since it opened in 1999. I’ve been going to all sorts of events there since then, but these days I mostly go to NRL games.

For me, the best way to get to the Stadium is by taking the train. It drops you right outside the ground and there’s heaps of space on them, so you don’t have to worry about queuing up at ticketing machines or being stuck in traffic.

If you do decide to drive, it’s pretty easy as long as you leave early enough and remember that parking is located on site. You can also park at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf if you want a more relaxed trip home after the game.

As an extra bonus, if you take public transport, your NRL Grand Final ticket gives you free travel all day on Sunday 30 September 2018!

So with that said, below is a map I put together showing

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