Thursday, 25th April, 2019 (4:30am)
For the safety of all patrons, bag checks will be conducted for general public attending the Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Cenotaph.
For transport details and to plan your trip, visit transportnsw.info
For road closure & clearway details and real-time traffic updates, visit livetraffic.com
For all health and related tips for the day, visit health.nsw.gov.au
Road Closures & Public Transport
Major road closures will be in place throughout Sydney CBD from 0200hrs and commence opening from 1600hrs. Detailed information and maps of the road closures can be found here.
Special event clearway parking restrictions will also be in effect on most major roads throughout the city from 0530 until 1600hrs, meaning street parking will be very limited.
Clearways are strict no-parking zones and vehicles left in clearways will be towed and fee applies. If you vehicle is towed, call 132 701 to find its new location.
Buses to and from the city will be using alternate routes and stops between 0300 and 0400hrs while road closure are in place.
Public transport is free for members and ex-members of the Australian Defence Force in uniform or wearing their medals. This entitlement also applies to accompanying carers, family and widows of veterans who are carrying an accreditation letter from RSL NSW or present a war widow’s gold card.
Additional early morning train and bus services will be running and continue throughout the day.
Please head to transportnsw.info to plan your trip on public transport
Accessible viewing areas will be available for people with disability and limited mobility. To register, please contact Karen Wade at the Department of Premier & Cabinet on 02 9228 4613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Following are the accessible drop off and pick up points for both the Dawn Service and the March:
Anzac Day March:
- Barrack Street at York Street (eastern side of York Street)
- Macquarie Street at Martin Place, western side of Macquarie Street (outside St Stephen’s Church)
- Pitt Street approaching Market Street, eastern side of Pitt Street (outside Stockland Piccadilly Shopping Centre