There are several ways to get to Global Rhythms in Bicentennial Park Glebe on Sunday the 24th of September with the following our order of preference:
- Public Transport
- Riding a bike
1. Public Transport
Travelling between Central and Dulwich Hill the wonderfully quiet Light Rail comes along every 10 to 15 minutes. Jubilee Park Light Rail Station drops you off less than 400 metres from the entrance to the event.
A little noisier with a lot more pollution Sydney Bus 431 travels from Martin Place to Glebe Pt Rd via Railway Square at Central Station. While the entire trip is only 20 mins the busses are somewhat infrequent and come along once every 40 minutes on Sundays!
The best advice we can give for people wanting to use Public Transport is plan your trip in advance and work out the fastest options available using Trip Planner.
2. Riding a Bike
It’s fast, it’s free and it’s healthy!
Plus we’ve got FREE Bike Valet Parking for everyone who travels to Global Rhythms on two wheels. Be sure to wear a helmet, use your bell and ride safely on the roads.
Connected to Sydney’s foreshore Bicentennial Park Glebe is a beautiful walk away from Rozelle Bay, Blackwattle Bay, the Fish Markets, Pyrmont, and the City. Once you arrive at Global Rhythms you’ll have plenty of time to relax in front of some live music with beautiful food and refreshing drinks!
We understand that driving to Global Rhythms might be the only way you can get to the festival. Parking around Glebe and Annandale would be best with walking distances less than a km. If you do need to drop someone off close to the festival for various reasons than Chapman Rd off The Crescent is a perfect place that’s close to the entrance however no parking will be available.