MP1 Car Park
Gold and Platinum Members can use the car park for free on non-event days (four-hour limit) and for a fee of $15 per vehicle on event days.
There is a boom gate access control system for the eastern pod of MP1 car park. Financial Members can scan their Gold Member, Gold Guest or Platinum card to enter. All other guests accessing the facilities with Gold Club cards may park in the western side of the car park (subject to availability).
If you have difficulty with the entry system, please park in the western pod of MP1 and consult a Venue Services Officer on entry to the facilities. Trust Customer Service staff are on-site in the car park to assist Members.
For public and SCG Member parking, please see our Transport page.
Event Day Operation
Due to the significant demand for parking spaces in the MP1 car park on event days at Allianz Stadium and the SCG, the car park is staffed from very early in the day to ensure capacity is optimised.
The Trust also reserves a limited number of spaces for clients other than Gold and Platinum Members, such as sports partners and media.
For premium events assessed as being high demand, the Trust will employ traffic managers to assist with the parking process and ensure that every space in the car park is taken up. Due to wider traffic management issues on Moore Park Road and Driver Avenue, the practice of back filling car parking spaces that have been vacated after the car park has been closed is not permitted. This is a direct instruction from the NSW Police.
Once the capacity of the MP1 car park is reached, Gold and Platinum Members will be directed to the adjacent Kippax Lake car park which is operated by the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust. The fee for using the EP2 or EP3 car parks in this area is $25 per vehicle.
Gold and Platinum Members should arrive as early as possible on event days to secure a parking space. The operation of this important facility is continually reviewed to optimise efficiency.