If you ride your push bike to a public transport hub/interchange, and then catch the train, bus or ferry, you can protect your bike from bad weather by parking it in a Transport for NSW (TfNSW) bike shed. The sheds accommodate between 20 and 50 bikes, and are free to use on a first in first served basis. You can register for access to a bike shed, online.
What you'll need
- your name and contact details
- a user name and suitable password
- an Opal card.
How to register
- Select the 'Register online' button.
- Complete the User registration form, or select the Sign in tab.
- Link your Opal card and agree to the bike shed Terms and Conditions.
- Allow one business day for your shed access to be activated.
- any Opal card holders who ride a push bike.
Things to keep in mind...
- Once your Opal card is linked, you'll have access to any TfNSW bike shed, at any time.
- You'll also need your Opal card to exit the bike shed, as electronic readers are installed in all the sheds to reduce unauthorised access and tail-gating.
- Secure your bike to the racks provided, with your own bike lock.
- Bikes and equipment will be considered abandoned if they're reported as not being used for 2 consecutive months. The property will then be held in Lost Property for a further 2 months and if not claimed in that period, disposed of permanently.
- TfNSW is not liable for any loss, damage or theft of a bike (or bike equipment) stored in a bike shed.