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MP1 Car Park Closure

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the opening hours of EP3 on non-event days?

EP3 parking will open 30 minutes before the Sporting Club of Sydney opens and will close 30 minutes after the Sporting Club of Sydney closes.


The opening hours of EP3 are set out below:

  • Monday - Thursday: 5am - 10.30pm

  • Friday: 5am - 8.30pm

  • Saturday: 5.30am - 8.30pm 

  • Sunday: 6.30am - 8.30pm

  • Public Holidays: 6.30am - 7.30pm

What are the opening hours of EP3 on event days?

EP3 parking will close four hours before gates open on event days. For example, if gates open at 11.30am, EP3 will be open until 7.30am. After this, EP3 will transition over to event-day parking, and flat rates will apply.

All cars that are parked in EP3 must be moved prior to gates opening, fines will apply. If you are unsure when events are on at Allianz Stadium or the SCG, you can visit the SCG/Allianz stadium websites.

What hours will the buggy shuttle run from EP3?

Non-Event Days:

  • Monday - Thursday: 6am – 8pm

  • Friday: 6am – 6pm

  • Saturday: 6.30am – 6pm

  • Sunday: 7.30am – 6pm

Event Days:

The buggy service will operate out of EP3 until 4 hours before gates open. 

*Timings are subject to change

Who can use the shuttle?

All members and guests are welcome to use the buggy service.

Do I need to scan my membership card/digital membership card to enter EP3?
No, members do not need to scan their membership card on entry into EP3. However, a virtual parking permit is required.


Members and guests will be fined if they have not obtained a virtual parking permit or have exceeded the three-hour time limit.

How do I get a virtual parking permit?

A one-page document on how to access the virtual parking permits can be found here.

If members do not have a phone or have issues downloading the Sporting Club of Sydney app, they are welcome to call the Sporting Club of Sydney reception to manually log a virtual parking permit.

Where are the accessible parking spots?

The first six parking spots on Driver Avenue (Allianz Stadium side) are dedicated accessible parking spots. These are clearly marked via street signage. Alternatively, members and guests can park in EP3 and utilise the buggy service to the Sporting Club of Sydney.

Where are the designated motorcycle and scooter parking?

Currently, there are no designated motorcycle or scooter parking spots. Motorbikes and scooters are permitted to park on Driver Avenue and EP3.

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