Answers to your frequently asked questions are available below. For more detail see the ticketing terms and conditions or follow the My Maitland Facebook page for updates.

The NRL trial match between the Newcastle Knights and Cronulla Sharks kicks off at 5.30pm. Gates open at 8.45am. Click here to view the full match day schedule.

There are a number of local parking sites within walking distance to the ground, you can view them here.

Children between the ages of 4 and 12 are required to purchase a ticket. Infants 3 years and under may enter with a parent or guardian without a ticket. If the parents are seated, the infant is required to sit on the lap of a ticketed parent or guardian.

Accessibility parking is located in the PCYC car park located behind the Maitland Regional Art Gallery.

Accessed will be available via High St then James St.

Accessible parking will be available for permit holders.

To gain entry into the road closure you will need to display your disability parking permit.

General Admission ticket holders are free to bring their picnic rugs or camping chairs. No large oversized chairs, reclining chairs, air bed and deck chairs are permitted. Standard sized collapsible camping chairs only (maximum measurements 1m high x 80cm wide). No carry bags for chairs.

A variety of food vendors will be on site through the day. More information on these will be available closer to the event. You are welcome to bring your own picnic rug and packed food in small quantities (non-commercial foods).

This is a licensed event, alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages will be available from vendors. Please note that all liquor, glass bottles, breakable containers, cans and unsealed beverages are not permitted into No. 1 Sportsground. Sealed non-alcoholic beverages will be permitted in small quantities.

No gazebos, beach umbrellas or shade structures are permitted in the grounds. Small personal umbrellas are permitted, but are not to be opened in the grandstand. Courteous use of personal umbrellas is advised.

Yes, the match will go ahead rain or shine. There is no shade available in the General Admission area and early March is likely to give us a hot, sunny day, so be sure to dress for the weather, wear sunscreen and a hat, and keep hydrated. If it rains, consider wearing a raincoat or poncho as umbrellas will limit the vision of other patrons.

Activities and family friendly entertainment will be confirmed at a later date.

There is no ATM within the facility.

You can make purchases at the canteen via cash or EFTPOS, however you will not be able to withdraw cash via the EFTPOS machine. We recommend you bring cash with you to make purchases on the day.

You can view the full conditions of entry and the list of prohibited for No. 1 Sportsground items here.

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