After having an absolute blast at Spilt Milk 2019 you and your mates are going to want an exit strategy. Where are you going to meet? How are you getting to the afterparty? Who’s shouting the Uber? To save you the stress, here are the best ways to make sure you get back home safely.
Catch the free buses
Directly out the front of the Spilt Milk gates will be the glorious free buses. They’ll be doing trips from Commonwealth Avenue to the City Centre as well as Belconnen and Woden town Centres.
If you are heading out towards Queanbeyan you’ll need to first get a bus into the city and then transfer to a bus going to Queanbeyan from the interchange at Platform 6. If you’re going to Gungahlin you can transfer onto the light rail across from the interchange which runs until 12:30am. Keep an eye out for more details closer to November.
Keen to kick-on on foot? There is a pedestrian bridge on the north side of commonwealth park which will take you straight over the road to the city. If you’re heading back across on Commonwealth Ave, make sure to stick to the paths.
Stay safe by following the signs, and instruction from traffic controllers and police officers. Don’t get stuck attempting to walk North along Commonwealth Avenue!
Uber or Taxi home
Grab an Uber or Taxi from the designated pick up zones next to Henry Rolland Park, on the eastern side of Barrine Drive.
Haven’t got the Uber app? Download it for free here.
Get picked up
There will be road closures around Commonwealth Park for Spilt Milk, so make sure your lift knows where they can pick you up from in advance. There is a designated public drop off and pick up zone off of Corkhill street. Do not stop on Commonwealth Avenue, ACT police will be monitoring the road and issuing on the spot fines.
Hot tip! Save your deso some heartache and get them to meet you at Civic Pool carpark – only a short walk across the footbridge from the festival and totally free from road closures.
Keep an eye out on the Spilt Milk map and directional signs on event day showing you the way to the pick up zones.