Sydney Information

Address in Sydney:

  • The starting line and Unity Walk in the Park festival area are located on the Village Green Lawn near the Park’s kiosk.


  • 2km or 4km Walk (2km is one circuit of the course)

Getting to Sydney Park

Like any other Sydney event, we highly recommend getting to Sydney Park by using public transport as there is limited parking on and around the Park. Allow plenty of time to get there.

Public Transport

St Peters railway station is across the road and bus stops are located on Sydney Park Road and King Street. Public transport on Sundays is capped at $2.60 for all Opal card customers. Check out to plan your trip. Buses numbers: 348, 308, 370 & 422 will get you to the Park.


Best drop off location for a Taxi, Uber or by a friend is the carpark located on the Princes Highway opposite May Street.


There are two Sydney Park parking lots. One is located on Princes Highway opposite May Street and the other on Sydney Park Road near the Mitchell Road intersection.

Bunnings Alexandria is also a short walk down Euston Road. It has a large customer carpark for those who plan on shopping at Bunnings. There is also street parking located around the Alexandria area.

Please note: 

Due to an amazing new skate park being constructed adjacent to the carpark on Sydney Park Road (opposite Mitchell Road) the foot path leading to the Unity Walk location is only accessed either by walking on unlevel grass or up and over a steep pathed hill. We recommend the best place for disabled parking or drop off is located on Princes Highway opposite May Street.

Due to current works taking place around the park (particularly near Campbell Road) there may be road changes that take place without notification. Stay up to date with any traffic changes visit

Click on the image below to download the event map instructions for getting there. 

Keep scrolling to the bottom of this page for more information about Unity Walk in the Park in Sydney Park, St Peters.   


9am:Registration opens

9am: Create your team sign at the Art for Parkinson’s station

9:45am: Walk warm-up

10am:  2 and 4km Walks begin

11am: Live entertainment on the main stage

12:30pm: Event concludes  

On the day:

Did you register online? Yes!

Head straight on over to the Pre-Registered tent to pick up your participation pack and collect your pre-purchased t-shirt (or free t-shirt if you fundraised over $50 online). If you registered your dog, you’ll also pick up their free gift here too!

Are you registering on the day?

Head on over to the Register Today tent to purchase your registration and collect your participation pack. Then head on over to the Merchandise Tent to purchase the limited-edition 2019 Unity Walk in the Park T-shirt.

What else do we do when we first arrive?

Make sure you create your team sign at the Art for Parkinson’s station before the walk.

Grab an honour sticker that you can wear with pride throughout the day. See the Parkinson’s NSW staff at the Information Tent to borrow a pen and say hello.

If you’re looking to go all-out and purchase a Parkinson’s NSW cap or water bottle for the Walk, make sure you visit the Merchandise Tent. There will be some other goodies available too.

Grab a coffee or a bite to eat, join everyone in the warm-up and then LET'S WALK!

After the Walk

Following the Walk there will be live entertainment on stage until 12:30pm and the draw for the $200 challenge. Sit back and relax with your loved ones while enjoying delicious food on offer from our food stalls.


Back by popular demand Frontline from the Australian Army band will be starting the walk to get us all moving and later performing their big brass tunes on the main stage. 

Don’t miss out on seeing Nightsolace an acoustic duo made up of Sophie (vocals) and Nate (vocals and guitar). The pair have a soul/indie style and play a range of stripped-back covers and originals.

Watch out for Benny T Magic Man with his tricks and illusions that’s leave you questioning “how does he do that?!?!”


Grind n Press Coffee Crew – serving delicious coffee, tea, muffins & pastries 

Sydney Host Lions Club – step right up for their famous sausage sizzle 

Churby's Dutch Pancakes – As the name suggest serving Dutch Pancakes 

Sydney Park Kiosk – Serving gourmet snacks, salads, smoothies and hot/cold beverages

What to bring

Sunscreen, water, money for merchandise and food, picnic blanket, your family, friends, dogs (and doggy waste bags), and the entire neighbourhood.


Early bird till 21 July 2019
Adult - $35

Child (6-15yrs) - $20
Child (0-5) – Free
Dog -$10

Online till 12noon 22 August 2019
Adult - $40

Child (6-15yrs) - $25
Child (0-5) – Free
Dog -$10

On the Day
Adult - $45

Child (6-15yrs) - $30
Child (0-5) – Free
Dog -$10

Updated information

Be sure to like the Parkinson’s NSW Facebook page for information and updates leading up to the day.


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