Increased Public Car Parking Now Available At Parramatta Stadium On Non-Event Days
Parramatta Stadium now offers an increased number of Public Car Parking spaces on non-event days at $9 per parking space per day on non-event days.
Public Car Parking (Casual) – available at Parramatta Stadium (on non-event days) at the rate of $9.00 per vehicle per day. Ticket machines accept coin/note and credit card and are in operation from 4.00am to 7.00pm on weekdays on non-event days only.
Tickets can be purchased from the on-site ticket machines and are to be displayed in a prominent area within the car.
Parramatta Stadium also has authority to issue infringement notices on cars illegally parked within the premises and also to those vehicles not displaying a parking ticket in a prominent area. Long Term Parking Permits – are available for purchase. These are offered on a Quarterly basis and on an Annual basis.
Planning A Function Or Conference ? Special Rates Now Available For All Corporate And Social Events
Why not take advantage of our special venue hire rates and book your next event at Parramatta Stadium ? The Stadium Function and Conference facilities are now available for hire for all Corporate and Social events.
The Cumberland Lounge can accommodate 150 guests for cocktails, 120 guests for a formal dinner, and 120 guests for a theater style presentation.
The Corporate Suites range in size and can be used as classrooms, meeting rooms or break out rooms. Audio visual equipment including data projector, electronic whiteboard, flip charts, sound system, video screens and a lectern are available for hire. Our on-site catering team from the Gema Group is one of Sydney’s premium corporate event and function catering companies and will work with you to provide creative and unique menus to ensure the success of your event. For further information please call the events team during business hours on 02 9683 5755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parramatta Stadium Easter Market
Now monthly, the next Parramatta Stadium Market will be held on Sunday April 1, 2012. This market will be Easter themed!
Over 1500 people were on hand to experience a unique flavour of market shopping featuring quality boutique merchandise and craft stalls, with kids rides and activities, live entertainment and music.
The Parramatta Stadium Market featured live music, strolling entertainers which contributed to a carnival atmosphere. Children activities and rides were on show to ensure there was something for everyone.
The stalls contained a variety of fresh produce, freshly cooked food, merchandise, antique jewellery, arts and crafts, pantry goods, merchandise, promotional stalls, coffee and pastries, etc. etc. For further information on becoming a stall holder please contact Kerry Ley-Smith.
The following conditions of entry apply to all events held at the Parramatta Stadium:
All patrons must abide by the Parramatta Stadium Trust Act 1988 By Laws. The Trust (or its authorised officers) may refuse admission and may remove from the venue, any person who contravenes the By Laws or causes annoyance or inconvience to other members of the public. Patrons at Parramatta Stadium are monitored by closed circuit television. The Parramatta Stadium Trust will not be held responsible for any damages to, loss or theft of a persons personal property. Parramatta Stadium is a non-smoking venue. Pass outs will be issues from Gates Opening until 20 minutes prior to the conclusion of the event. Alcoholic beverages of any kind are not to be removed from Parramatta Stadium.
The Parramatta Stadium enforces all current Responsible Service of Alcohol Laws. Patrons are advised that:
– The Stadium is a Licensed Venue
– Intoxicated persons will not be permitted to enter the venue
– Persons in possession of liquor will not be permitted to enter the venue
Persons are prohibited from entering the Stadium with any of the following items:
– glass bottles and cans;
– illegal substances;
– air horns;
– laser pointers;
– weapons or knives;
– commercial fast foods;
– musical instruments
– oversized eskies
– dogs or other pets
– any political, religious or race-related material
– clothing with offensive wording, pictures, or graphic design
– megaphones, loud phones
– poles, sticks or oversized flags(1m x 1m);
– fireworks, flares or explosives;
– professional photographic, video and recording equipment;
– balls, Frisbee, bicycles, skateboards, scooters or skates;
– any other objects which may be used as missiles or weapons; and
– any item that Parramatta Stadium Trust considers inappropriate
Such items may be confiscated by an authorised officer of the Trust. The Trust accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to items confiscated or left outside the Stadium. A full security check is in effect for the protection of members of the public at gate entrances. All persons and bags are subject to search by an authorised officer of the Trust.
Prams and Strollers
For the safety of the general public during the course of an event and in the case of an emergency exit the following conditions apply to strollers:
Strollers cannot be kept in aisles or other open areas that may impact on the safe passage of patrons.
Strollers can only be stowed under the seats and in such a manner that they do not create a trip hazard to patrons moving between seats.
Prams and strollers that do not comply may be left with gate staff at Gate F and retrieved after the event.
Responsible Service of Alcohol
Parramatta Stadium Trust has adopted the following House Policy which provides a framework for the Responsible Service of Alcohol:
In order to prevent underage access and drinking we will require proof of age identification to be provided when requested.
Persons who are intoxicated will be refused admission to our premises.
We will display and refer to intoxication signs in order to support our responsible attitude and meet the requirements of legislation.
Any patron in this stadium will be denied service if they are considered to be intoxicated.
We will educate our staff and our patrons as part of our duty of care to ensure that they understand the implications and abide by our Responsible Service of Alcohol policy.
The Parramatta Stadium Trust will effect these strategies by:
Implementing monitoring and modification on an on-going basis of the House Policy.
Preventing underage drinking by insisting on “Proof Of Age” by requesting a driver’s license, passport or “Photo Card” issued by the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority.
Prevention of intoxication by recognising the signs of intoxication and refusing to serve anyone in the point of intoxication. We will deny entry or service to anyone who is already intoxicated.
Promote the service of non-alcoholic beverages, low alcohol beers and food.
Parramatta Stadium is the perfect venue for outdoor concerts having played host to various major musical events for up to 25,000 patrons.
The venue is designed for and available for Concert Hire from small acoustic shows to large stadium style concerts.
Stadium Management welcome expressions of interest from all promoters and potential hirers who would be interested in putting on shows here at the venue.
Parramatta Stadium’s team have a successful track-record of delivering successful musical events in all genres and for all age groups.