Centennial Park

Via Robertson Road Gate

Via Paddington Road Gate



OPERATING HOURS 12:00 - 22:00

Large crowds & extremely heavy traffic is expected in and around surrounding streets and Centennial Park on event day.

A high number of patrons are expected to be attending the event so it’s essential to plan your trip in advance and work out how you are getting to and from the Good Things Festival.

With frequent trains, light rail services and a number of regular bus routes the best way to get to and from Centennial Parklands is by public transport

Tickets to Good Things 2022 Festival at Centennial Parklands includes travel on trains, metro and light rail services - just show your ticket to transport staff when boarding.

Note an additional; train station access fee applies for travel to or from Domestic and International Airport Stations. The access fee is not covered by your event ticket travel entitlements.

Centennial Park is closed to vehicles on event day and there is no parking available within the park grounds.

Patrons arriving via ride share, and light rail will enter the park on foot through the Robertson Road Gate and will then make thejourney through the parklands via Grand Drive to the event entry point. Please refer to patron access plan


The best and most efficient way to get to and from the venue is via light rail.

The L2 Randwick and L3 Kingsford light rail services run between Circular Quay and Randwick and Circular Quay and Kingsford. Both lines travel via George Street, Central Station and along Devonshire Street in Surry Hills up to Moore Park.

L2 Randwick and L3 Kingsford Lines operate every 5 – 10 minutes on Saturdays from 7am to 1am the following morning

Estimated service arrival times will be available on electronic information boards at stop platforms.

You can check a service times via the Trip Planner or next departures.

The closest station to the event site is MOORE PARK Light Rail Station

Stop ID 2021102. Patrons are then encouraged to make the short walk and enter the park via the the Robertson Road Gate and onto the event site.

If you have limited mobility, you can travel on all light rail services.

Dedicated wheelchair waiting areas on each light rail platform are located adjacent to bench seats underneath canopies. They are identified using Tactile Ground Surface Indicators. These waiting areas are positioned to correspond to the accessible seating sections inside the trams.

As all light rail stops have level access, there is no requirement for a wheelchair ramp to board or alight from the tram.

Check the accessibility facilities at the light rail stop locations and read through the tips for planning an accessible trip.

There are four dedicated priority seating areas for wheelchairs, which include a blue push button with an accessible symbol on the button. When pushed, the button requests the attention of the driver to give you more time to alight for exiting if needed.


Several regular bus routes make stops along Oxford St near the Park gates including routes 320, 339, 352, 422, 423X, 461X and 480.

For more details on public transport services and to plan your trip, visit

COVID-related staff shortages have impacted most public transport services.

Please plan ahead and allow extra travel time.

Please note face masks are mandatory on public transport including taxi and ridershare services

See all the latest the COVID-19 travel restrictions in NSW .


There is no designated pick up or drop off zone for rideshare or taxi for the Good Things


Patrons will be discouraged to drive to the event and instead encouraged to travel via public transport, however the event recognizes that some patrons may wish to drive to the event.

The closest parking is located within the Entertainment Quarter at the multi-story car park.

The car park is open from 0600 – 0200hrs daily.


If patrons with serious immobility conditions require close proximity parking they, can contact the GTF office via to organise necessary arrangements.

An accessible parking access plan will be created and shared with patrons that have special needs upon request.


By entering the event, you, the attendee, acknowledge that you have read the following rules governing conduct and consent to abide by such regulations and conditions.

Good Things Festival (GTF) is a licensed 18+ only event

There will be limited tickets available at the door

All patrons must be over the age of 18 and must have actual valid photo ID in the physical or digital form of:

Valid Australian Driver’s license or learner permit,

Valid Passport or State/Territory proof of age cards

Valid Keypass ID

All persons unable to provide ID will not be permitted entry to the event.

Entry to the event will be by way of a valid ticket and adhering to the conditions of entry as set out by the event organisers. Patrons will be required to have their identification checked, bags searched, tickets scanned and issued a wristband prior to entering the event site.

The right to refuse entry to any person is at the sole discretion of the event organiser or any agent acting on behalf of the organiser.

There are STRICTLY NO PASS OUTS (Exit and Re-entry) for this event.

Last entry to the event is 21:00

Entry is at your own risk


Security staff are entitled to search; pat down or metal detect any patron upon entry. Any person not compliant will be refused entry or removed from the event without refund.

Access to the event is prohibited or refused to people who:

Are clearly under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other stimulant.

Illustrate behaviour that intends to disturb public peace or to provoke assault.

Intentionally attempt to conceal prohibited items with the intent to bypass security screening.

Are wearing gang related colours, Hi-vis clothing, or attempting to resemble any staff member; including unauthorized media vests, or uniforms that impersonate emergency service personnel.

Are from unauthorized media outlets.

Only authorised and fully accredited media approved by the Marketing and Publicity departments are permitted at the Good Things Festival.

Any media or persons found to be carrying media equipment (microphones, recording devices, camera etc) or deliberately deceiving staff will be removed and banned from GTF for an indefinite period.

If you are evicted from the event, you will not be allowed re-entry and your ticket will not be refunded.

Prohibited Items

Portable seating of any kind

Tables, esky’s or coolers, tents or sun shelters

Alcohol, illicit and synthetic drugs

Prescription drugs that are not in original container and without the pharmacy stickers issued in the name of the ticket holder

Glass & aluminium containers

Liquids other than lotions (empty water bottles that are not glass are permitted)

Professional Audio /Visual Recording Devices (excluding mobile phones and go pros)

Flags & Poles

Promotional materials- stickers & flyers

Weapons or dangerous items including Laser pointers or selfie sticks

Flares & Fireworks

Bicycles, skateboards, surfboards, hoverboards, scooters or personalised motor vehicles.

Animals (excluding authorised guide companion dogs)

No liquids are permitted onto site for security reasons; there is free water available at all bars and at multiple points throughout the venue. Patrons are permitted to bring empty water bottles that are not glass.

All items deemed prohibited excluding illegal substances must be cloaked externally at the cloakroom located alongside the entry. GTF will not take responsibility for cloaked items.

Sunscreen lotion is available at all medical and merchandise outlets.

Additional items may be found prohibited at the discretion of NSW Police or security guards.


There are charged cloaking services available internally and externally at the event. $5 per item

Cloaking for Prohibited Items excluding illicit substances can be cloaked externally at the cloakroom located alongside the entry.

Good Things Festival will not take responsibility for cloaked items.

Please ensure you keep your ID on you at all times for bar service.

GTF shall not be held liable for any loss, injury or damages sustained entering or within the premises.


GTF event merchandise will be available at the event please refer to patron map for location


Food & beverage concessions will be available throughout the venue for further details please visit patron map for locations


All licensing, RSA and any other matters relating to the service of alcohol are handled by
the licensee and bar operator – QFE Events Pty Ltd.

Good Things is a 18+ only licenced event, all patrons are to wristbanded to identify their age.All patrons entering the site must provide photo ID to secure a wristband,


Police have the right to attend the GTF and have the right to question and eject patrons from the event, if they are suspected of possessing illegal substances, weapons or contraband.
Patrons should respect police and be compliant with their requests but should also be aware of their rights.


GTF does not condone possession or use of illegal drugs at our events.

First Aid / Medical

There will multiple first aid/medical posts throughout the venue.

Please consult the patron map for locations.

By entering the event and using the medical facilities, a patron consents to providing access to their medical information.


GTF is committed to maintaining the safety and wellbeing of all persons on site and is aware that a proportion of the festival audience may have a requirement to bring prescribed medicines and or special foods onto site.

To gain entry to the event with special medical requirements, you must ensure the following:

Ensure the medicine is in its original container, with the pharmacy sticker and issued in the name of the ticketholder i.e. DON’T peel the label off or carry someone else’s medication.

Ensure the quantity carried is the minimal required for duration of the event.

DON’T bring non-essential tablets such as vitamin supplements or over the counter painkillers

Be prepared to be challenged at the gate or in the Event but do not seek to conceal medication

NOTE: Patrons without approved medicine in its original container, with the pharmacy sticker and issued in the name of the ticketholder will be unable to enter the event with the medicinal items.


GTF shall not be held liable for any loss, injury or damages sustained entering or within the premises.

GTF will not be held liable for any hearing damage or loss. Earplugs are available at the medical outlets.


Upon presentation of a Companion Card, ticket purchasers are entitled to an additional ticket for their respective carer.

The Companion Card must be presented alongside the issued ticket to gain entry to the event.

Dedicated entry lanes will be available to those in possession of a Disability Card or Companion Card.

Guide Dogs are permitted on festival grounds to valid Disability Card or Companion Card holders.

The event grounds are wheelchair accessible, however please be aware that this is a large outdoor event that may require travelling on varied terrain, both turf and concrete. The ground may become soft and muddy if it rains. Please take extra precaution if this is the case. Matting and signage will be positioned where possible.

GTF is a multiple stage general admission live music festival, unlike a concert there is no reserved or dedicated seating.

Tickets to the event entitle patrons to standing room only in front of stages, there is however a dedicated accessible viewing platform at the dual main and secondary stages.

Good quality audio is available throughout the site for all patrons.

If you have a serious immobility condition and require assistance you can contact the GTF office via to organise altern