Important transport information for Sydney Derby

With over 70,000 people heading to Moore Park on Saturday 14 January for Sydney Derby XIV and the cricket, the precinct will be busy and traffic will be heavy on roads approaching and leaving the area before and after the games.

If you can, leave the car at home and plan to get there and back by public transport instead.

We have worked closely with Sydney Trains and Transport for NSW to ensure extra express trains have been opened from Parramatta to Central due to track work taking place in the western rail corridor.

To help you get to the game, supporter trains will run from Parramatta at 4:28pm, 4:43pm, 5:15pm, 5:43pm and 6:13pm. These services will arrive at Granville approximately 8 minutes after departure from Parramatta then run direct to Central. From Central, you can catch a shuttle bus to Moore Park, or walk to the stadium. Direct services will also run after the game back to Parramatta, via Granville leaving Central at 10:03pm, 10:16pm, 10:42pm, 10:59pm and 11:29pm.

Visit Transport for NSW to plan your journey.

Don’t forget your match ticket includes return travel on public transport so make the most of these special services.

Five supporter trains will run from Parramatta at 4:28pm, 4:43pm, 5:15pm, 5:43pm and 6:13pm direct to Central via Granville. From Central, you can catch a shuttle bus to Moore Park, or walk to the stadium.

Direct services will also run after the game back to Parramatta, via Granville leaving Central at 10:03pm, 10:16pm, 10:42pm, 10:59pm and 11:29pm.

Timetable