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NRL: Manly-Broncos travel information

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Eagles Nest 08, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. Eagles Nest 08

    Eagles Nest 08 Active Member

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    You've got your tickets, so now plan your trip!

    Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Brisbane Broncos
    Sydney Football Stadium - Friday September 23

    With a crowd of over 25,000 expected for the Manly Sea Eagles v Broncos Preliminary Final at the SFS on Friday night now is the time to plan your trip to the venue.

    For those living on or near the northern beaches you can take advantage of the free bus service that will be running direct to the SFS before the game and returning afterwards.

    The Sea Eagles shuttles run from 3.50pm direct to SFS, every 10-15 minutes until 6.05pm. there will also be two additional bus services that depart from Dee Why at 6.20pm and 6.30pm. The last service departing the Northern Beaches being Dee Why is 6.30pm.

    Buses are departing Stop No. 1 (210143) Pittwater Rd near Jacksons Rd Warriewood at the following intervals - 3.50pm, 4.05pm, 4.20pm, 4.35pm, 4.45pm, 4.55pm, 5.05pm, 5.15pm, 5.25pm, 5.35pm, 5.45pm, 5.55pm, 6.05pm picking up at the stops shown below.

    Stopping at:

    1. Pittwater Rd near Jacksons Rd , Warriewood
    Stop No. 210143

    2. Pittwater Rd near Waterloo Rd, Narrabeen
    Stop No.210184

    3. Pittwater Rd opp Collaroy St, Collaroy Bch
    Stop No. 209722

    4. Pittwater Rd near Howard Ave, Dee Why
    Stop No. 209922

    5. Pittwater Rd near Carter Ave (Opp Manly Leagues Club), Brookvale
    Stop No. 210022

    6. Stand B Pittwater Rd nr Warringah Mall, Brookvale
    Stop No. 2100145

    7. Condamine St near Innes Rd, Manly Vale
    Stop No.209324

    Travelling from CBD or catching the Ferry?

    Route 3 bus services will depart Circular Quay (Young St) direct to the SFS from 4.35pm every 5-10 minutes to 7.20pm. This is not a free service.

    Extra buses will be running from Central, Circular Quay and the Northern Beaches to get people there in time for the 7.45pm kick off, and home again afterwards.

    Route 1 services will leave Chalmers Street, Central between 4.30pm and 7.50pm, and Route 3 services will leave Young Street, Circular Quay between 4.35pm and 7.35pm.

    Anyone catching these buses will need to buy a special event ticket. They can also buy a Moore Park Link ticket which covers a return train trip to Central and travel on these buses.

    Return services to Central and Circular Quay will leave the Moore Park Bus Station until round an hour after fulltime.

    For more information go to www.131500.info
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