Tickets to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs very first NRL game at Bankwest Stadium are now on sale.
The Bulldogs round 20 clash against the Penrith Panthers on August 3 will be the first chance for the club’s members and fans to experience the atmosphere at the new Stadium.
Proximity to the field and steeper grandstands bring fans closer to the action than ever before and a 360-degree view of the field from Level 1 means they won’t miss a thing.
Public transport is recommended, and members and fans will be able to catch the train, bus or other public transport services to and from Parramatta using just their event ticket or Club Membership.
Further information around the game day itself, transport and important member information will follow in the coming weeks.
Match: Bulldogs v Panthers
Round 20 -
Venue: Bankwest Stadium
- LIVE PASS
GETTING TO BANKWEST
The closest station to Bankwest Stadium is Parramatta Station, which is approximately a 10-minute walk from the stadium. Alternatively, you catch a train to Westmead Station then head to Bankwest Stadium through Parramatta Park. There is a shuttle bus that goes from Parramatta Station to the Stadium
Plenty of regular route bus services run to and from Parramatta Interchange which is within a 10 minute walking distance of Bankwest Stadium. From the interchange head down Argyle St, Church St and take either the Riverside Walk or walk through Prince Alfred Square to get to the stadium on O’Connell St.
Plenty of other regular bus routes also run to Parramatta and stop within walking distance of the stadium including routes 549, 603, 606, 609, 625 and M54.
For those who plan to drive, there is no public parking onsite. There are a number of parking stations close the Stadium for patrons wanting to park in the area including:
* Justice Precinct Car Park (Hunter Street)
* Eat Street Car Park (George Street)
* City Centre Car Park (George Street)
* Riverbank Car Park (Phillip Street)
* Parramatta Leagues Club