BBL Round Two
ANZ Stadium will host the Sydney derby in round two, on Saturday 27 December, when cross-city rivals the Sydney Sixers line up against the Thunder who are chasing their first victory over the Eastern Suburbs based team.
Jacques Kallis – one of the cricket world's greatest allrounders – will join a star-studded Thunder squad led by skipper, “Mr Cricket” Mike Hussey, speedster Pat Cummins, and England marvel, Eoin Morgan.
It will be a cracking match of cricket with the winner gaining local bragging rights, so don't miss out.
|7:10PM||Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers|
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- Take advantage of the direct services running every 10 – 15 minutes between Central and Olympic Park throughout the day
- Express buses will run between Parramatta, Merrylands, Carlingford and Olympic Park to help you get to the game and back home again.
- Make sure to plan ahead and allow some extra travel time, as bus service running times can vary.
The closest station to ANZ Stadium is Olympic Park Station.
For those patrons traveling to ANZ Stadium from the Northern, Eastern or Southern suburbs, direct services will run from Central to Olympic Park every 10-15 minutes throughout the day.
You can also catch a train to Lidcombe then head to the Sprint Platform for a direct service to Olympic Park.
Patrons travelling to the match from the Western or South Western suburbs are urged to plan ahead due to scheduled trackwork maintenance on the following lines where buses are scheduled to place trains on the:
- T1 Western Line between Parramatta and Olympic Park.
- T1 Northern Line between Hornsby and Eastwood.
- T2 South Line between Merrylands and Olympic Park via Granville.
- T5 Cumberland Line (trains run between Richmond, Penrith and Liverpool only)
- T6 Carlingford Line between Carlingford and Clyde / Olympic Park.
- Blue Mountains Line between Blacktown and Central.
For those travelling from the west, express buses will also run between Parramatta, Merrylands, Carlingford and Olympic Park to help you get to the game and back home again. Make sure to plan ahead and allow some extra travel time, as bus service running times can vary.
Trains between Lidcombe and Olympic Park will run every 10 minutes until 11:30pm.
Sydney Buses services are running to a regular weekend timetable.
Sydney Buses Route 525 runs between Parramatta and Burwood via Sydney Olympic Park.
Route 526 runs from the Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf to Olympic Park.
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Casual parking is available in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.
For those who plan to drive, it is recommended to pre-book your parking space. You can pre-book parking via:
- Sydney Olympic Park Authority: Print your ticket at home by clicking here. Please note: pre-booked parking tickets cannot be booked on the day of the event.
- Ticketek: Order your tickets by clicking here or calling 132 849. Please note: These can only be collected from Ticketek agencies.
If you decide to drive, the below routes are advised and can help minimise traffic issues:
From the NORTH: Through Top Ryde, take Victoria Rd and then Silverwater Rd and Holker Street to Sydney Olympic Park.
From the SOUTH: Turn onto Parramatta Road then Hill Road to Sydney Olympic Park.
From the EAST: Take Parramatta Road then Bernie Avenue or Hill Road. If you are driving along Victoria Road, consider taking Silverwater Road then Holker Street.
From the WEST: Turn onto Silverwater Road then Holker Street or turn onto Hill Road, and then to Sydney Olympic Park.