FREE Christmas Show to Entertain Massive Crowds on 9 December

More than 80,000 visitors are expected at Sydney Olympic Park on 9 December for various events including the A-League's biggest game on the calendar - the Sydney Derby double-header, with the Western Sydney Wanderers to take on Sydney FC and the Sydney Kings to up against Brisbane at Qudos Bank Arena.

Ticketholders who plan to arrive early on the day will find plenty of FREE family-friendly festivities at the Park from 4pm-7pm.

With a beautifully-decorated giant Christmas Tree in sight as commuters exit Olympic Park train station, the celebrations will extend to Cathy Freeman Park, where Christmas Wonderland will present a FREE Christmas Show to include:

  • FREE snaps with Santa near the Olympic Cauldron
  • Live shows performed by Santa’s dancers
  • Festive carollers
  • Kids’ activities such as archery, hover ball, the loveable Sports Star and inflatable soccer
  • Roving Christmas Wonderland mascots to perform and mingle with crowds

Attendees will also find Christmas season special offers across the Park’s many restaurants, cafés and bars, with a great variety of international cuisine to-boot!

For more information, visit: http://www.sydneyolympicpark.com.au/whats_on/family_fun_events/free_christmas_show

 

 

 

Road closures and special public access arrangements on 9 December

With massive crowds anticipated at the Park on 9 December, increased public transport services and road closures will be in place.

Ticketholders are encouraged leave the car at home and opt for public transport which is included in the cost of pre-purchased event tickets.

Those who choose to drive despite advice otherwise should pre-book parking via the Sydney Olympic Park website. Bookings will close at 11.59pm on 8 December.

Car parks are expected to fill quickly and drivers must observe directional signage for the purposes of public safety.

Traffic in-and-around Sydney Olympic Park will be heavy on the day and so visitors are urged to allow ample travel time.

For further information including a link to the Transport NSW website, visit sydneyolympicpark.com.au