To help make it easier for fans to get to this Friday’s all important Elimination Semi Final between the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and North Queensland Cowboys at Allianz Stadium, the NRL and Transport NSW have put on a free shuttle service from the Northern Beaches to the game.
After last year’s successful trial of a free shuttle service to the Preliminary Final v Broncos additional buses have been added to the route to ensure demand is met.
The buses will start from Warriewood and travel to Allianz Stadium in Moore Park via Dee Why starting at 3:55pm. Buses will run at regular intervals with the last bus departing Dee Why at 6:40pm.
The bus destination display will be 0700 “Moore Park 70”.
Bus Stop locations:
Pittwater Rd near Jacksons Rd – Warriewood
Pittwater Rd near Waterloo Rd – Narrabeen
Pittwater Rd near Collaroy Rd – Collaroy Beach
Pittwater Rd near Howard Ave – Dee Why
Pittwater Rd near Cater Ave – Brookvale (Opposite Manly Leagues Club)
Pittwater Rd opposite Warringah Mall – Brookvale
Condamine St near Innes St – Manly Vale
Military Road near Watson Street - Neutral Bay
Shuttle services will also operate from the Moore Park terminal (Stand C) back to the Northern Beaches after the game, with the last service departing at 11:00pm.
In addition to the free service detailed above, Sydney Buses is running express Route 1 services from Chalmers St, Central Station and Route 3 services from Young St, Circular Quay from 5pm to 7.40pm to Moore Park. Return services are operating from the Moore Park Bus Station to Central Station (Route1) and Circular Quay (Route3) for approximately 1 hour after the completion of the game.
This service requires a special event bus ticket. Return special event bus tickets cost $6.10 Adult, $3 Concession or $15.20 for a family
To find out more about the above bus services or what other public transport options are available to this Friday’s clash please visit 131500.com.au