Sydney Easter Show Accessibility Guide 2024

The Sydney Royal Easter Show is making its long-awaited return, and this year is set to be their best one yet!  Get ready to get up close and personal with the best of Australia’s agriculture, watch an event and grab yourself a show bag with this Easter Show accessibility guide. 

With the iconic event kicking off on the 22nd of March, explore our comprehensive Sydney Royal Easter Show accessibility handbook, ensuring this magical event is an inclusive and unforgettable experience for all. 

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Sydney Royal Easter Show Accessibility Guide 




Whether you are making your way into Olympic Park via public transport or car, there are several inclusive options available in this Sydney Royal Easter Show accessibility guide.  


If you are planning to travel to the Easter Show via car, the closest parking spots to the Showground are P1 and P8. You are not able to pre-book accessible parking spots; however, you will be able to access them on the day on a first-come first-served basis. If you are parking in an accessible parking spot you must display a valid Mobility Parking Scheme permit.

Accessible Parking Spaces 

Getting Picked-up and Dropped-off

If you are planning on getting picked up or dropped off at the Easter Show there are designated zones available on Dawn Fraser Avenue from Olympic Boulevard to Edwin Flack Ave which is a short distance to the main entrance of the Easter Show. You will not be able to park or wait in these locations.

There is also the option for people who are travelling via group transport and need the option of street parking to be dropped off at Dawn Fraser Avenue. This however is subject to availability.

Public Transport

If you are planning to travel to the Easter Show via public transport the easiest way to do so is via train. There are extra train services and transport options operating throughout the duration of the Easter Show.

There are also Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Buses available that will be regularly operating throughout the day.

Quiet Zones


The busiest days that Showgoers typically visit the Easter Show are between Good Friday to Easter Monday. If possible, it is recommended that if you or your participant require a quieter environment or have mobility issues, you consider attending the Easter show on another day.

If you or your participant need some time out from the hustle and bustle of the Easter Show, you have the option to visit one of the following locations:

  • On the Grand Parade in the Lost Persons Centre – there is a dedicated Quiet room available.
  • Arts & Crafts Pavilion – there are locations available where you can view the gallery or take a seat in their quiet zone.
  • Corner of Hawkesbury Street and New England Ave – some picnic tables are available to sit at that are located across from the horse office.
  • Showbag Pavillion – it is recommended that you visit earlier in the morning if possible as it is usually quieter.
  • The Woolworths Fresh Food Dome – it is recommended that you visit in the afternoon.

If you require assistance locating these areas, you can either refer to the official Easter Show map or speak to a volunteer wearing a bright green shirt.

What services can I access on the day?

  • If you or your participant has a disability that isn’t physical, you can visit an information booth where you can get a Hidden Disability Lanyard to wear on the day.
  • Transport NSW will also be supplying Showgoers with wristbands at the main entry gate. It is recommended that you write any relevant contact details on this wristband in case a person gets separated from their group.  
  • If you require the use of a bathroom, there are accessible toilets available within the showground. Over 50% of these toilets have small showers inside of them as well. You can find their location via the Show Map.

Accessible Seating


All permanent and temporary stadiums have allocated wheelchair bays and accessible seating areas available for Showgoers who need them. There are also accessible ramps and/or elevators to each level required.

Can I use my Companion Card (PWD) at the Easter Show?


When you are purchasing a PWD ticket online and if you have a Companion Card and /or a Vision Impaired + Attendant card, you will have access to receiving a complimentary ticket for your companion along with your PWD ticket.

Can I hire accessible equipment at the venue?


If you require the assistance of mobility equipment there are several options available to hire. To ensure you can access this equipment, it is recommended that you pre-book online.

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You can also make a booking on the day that you attend the Easter Show at the Show Mobility marquee which is located on Olympic Boulevard. This however is subject to availability.

This includes:



Medium Scooter


Large Scooter


Bariatric Wheelchair


Standard Wheelchair


Single Stroller


Twin Stroller


Does your participant love visiting the Easter Show and want to understand more of their skills, interests, and abilities? Consider contacting us about completing a Vocational Assessment.

What are the benefits of a Vocational Assessment?

  • Empowering participants to gain a deeper understanding of their capabilities.
  • Increasing employment opportunities, by matching skills and interest for suitable job options.
  • Enhancing a participant’s NDIS Plan. The Vocational Assessment can be used to ensure employment-related supports are adequately tailored.