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Public Access to Sir John Guise Stadium For Test Events

Staff Reporter 6/10/2015 | | |
Spectators are advised that there will be no public parking at the Sir John Guise Stadium
during the Test Events this Saturday June 13.
This includes the Intrust Super Cup match between SP Hunters and Souths Logan Magpies.
In consultation with the National Capital District Commission, Unagi Oval has been
designated to service Park and Ride for the public during the test event.
Only people going to the event can board the NCDC Park and Ride buses. A ticket system will be issued to
people parking vehicles.
Park and Ride simply means that the public will park their vehicles at Unagi Oval in Gordon.
From the Park and Ride, the NCDC buses will transport the public to the Sir John Guise
Stadium to watch the Games. They will then be transported back to collect their cars.
There is no charge for the Park and Ride service.
Park and Ride will open at 9am, for the Hockey and Beach Volleyball matches.
It will close at 10pm after the Intrust Super Cup match ends.
Services provided at the Park and Ride will include Security and lighting.
Meanwhile the Wardstrip Road from Sir John Guise Drive to Cameron Road is closed and
will remain closed until after the 2015 Games.
It will be restricted to only NCDC Park and Ride buses and will be used as spectator entrance.
There will be no public parking along this road and around the Sir John Guise Stadium.
General public who will not be utilising the Park and Ride are encouraged to use the Public
Motor Vehicle Service.
Drop offs will only be along the Cameron Road and the Sir John Guise Drive.
For more information call the Games Hotline 180 2015.

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