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Coca-Cola Christmas In The Park 2003

Coca-Cola Christmas In The Park 2003

No “hawkers” or unauthorised sellers of goods allowed on the Domain.

A liquor ban will be in operation for a defined area around the Museum – please see attached map.

There will be no parking in the Domain. If you park on the grass verges you may be ticketed. Concert- goers are advised to park away from the Domain perimeter to avoid congestion.

An area in front of the stage will be set aside for the disabled from which to view the concert. Able- bodied drivers are asked to drop off disabled passengers at the “Drop Off Zone” in Park Road, and then park in the surrounding streets. If the driver of the car is disabled, limited car parking will be available in the Medical School car park opposite the Park Road entrance to the Domain.

If weather prevents the concert from proceeding, it will be postponed until Sunday December 14h. If it is not possible to run on Sunday the concert will be cancelled. Please listen to 91.8 More FM for details.

Avoid the hassle, take a bus or train to the concert! Ring Rideline 366 6400
Charter Buses bringing groups to the event should park in Titoki Street.

Please refrain from bringing glass onto the park. If you do, please take care to place it with the rest of your rubbish in the bins that will be conveniently located along the aisles. You will once again have the opportunity to recycle rubbish…. So “please be a good sort and sort your rubbish”.


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