Posted on 27th June 2016 under Uncategorized

There is always something exciting happening at Sydney Olympic park. We have the Bledisloe Cup just around the corner on the 20/8/16 along with NRL grand final, Sydney FC match, Monster trucks, Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding and Andre Rieu just to mention a few exciting things that are upcoming on the calendar.


If you have been out to Sydney Olympic park on a night as busy as any of those events listed above you will know what a nightmare it can be.

with up to 80,000 people at the Stadium at one time, fighting the traffic and getting to and from the event can be a nightmare.


so what is the best way to get out there?


Public transport going to Sydney Olympic Park can be a nightmare on a busy night. it can be messy, late or over crowded, then if you miss the train or bus it can input  a lot of stress on the night. I’m sure we have all done the public transport choice and sometimes it works but sometimes it doesn’t. i made the choice a long time ago to always get my own private Chauffeur to and from.


Then there is of course things like driving to and from the venue yourself and parking in the onsite parking which can turn out to be expensive or the option of course of a taxi which, on the night may not show up, may show up late or show up unclean with an unprofessional driver.


I won’t bore you with the details, we have all chosen that option as well.


my personal recommendation would be a private hire car.

this is in my option the best method of getting to and from the Sydney Olympic Park on a busy night.

On the night your own personal Chauffeur and hire car shows up, he is dressed in a suit and tie and has a beautifully clean hire car. every time i have booked he has shown up on time and ready to go.

our personal hire car heads on a direct route to and from the Sydney Olympic Park and with the special license plates he was always able to surpass the security and drop us off right out the front and pick us up in the same location once the night had ended.


this was an easy, fun and stress free way of heading out there on a busy night and i was able to book over the phone with no hassle at all. Many have chosen to use this service and would always recommend.

My recommendation would be Get Chauffeured Hire Cars and limousines.


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