Parking at and how to get to History Alive in 2018

History Alive: A Journey Through Time is held at Fort Lytton National Park, 160 South Street, Lytton.

ALL VISITOR PARKING IS OFF SITE at 91 Sandy Camp Rd, Lytton.

 


 

FREE Visitor Parking off site with a FREE Shuttle Bus Service:

History Alive Visitor Parking is located at 91 Sandy Camp Road, Lytton (opposite Iona College & approx. 5km from Fort Lytton).

FREE Shuttle buses will take you to and from Fort Lytton from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm on Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 June.

How to get to 91 Sandy Camp Road, Wynnum: –

From Central Brisbane – travel east along Lytton Rd (or the Port of Brisbane Motorway) and take the Lindum Rd exit. Continue east along Lindum Rd, turn left into North Rd and follow it to the end, turn right onto Sandy Camp Rd, and you’ll find the car park entry will be on your left.

From Wynnum – drive west along Tingal Rd, turn right into Selina St and follow through to Sandy Camp Rd, after the level train crossing the car park entry will be on your right.

 


 

Using Public Transport & our Shuttle Bus Service:

Catch a TRAIN to Wynnum North train Station. Free Shuttle buses will run between Wynnum North train station and Fort Lytton during the event. The bus times will follow the train timetable as best as possible from approximately 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

UPDATE! You can catch the Shuttle Bus from the first BUS stop after the roundabout on Wynnum North Rd (Translink stop no. 36/17).

In 2017, the History Alive Shuttle bus service was proudly provided by the Queensland Omnibus and Coach Society.

 


 

Holders of current Disability Parking Permits CAN park on site at Fort Lytton

Please have your Australian Disability Parking Permit clearly visible. Traffic Management Staff will direct you where to park.

Driving to Fort Lytton National Park:

From central Brisbane – travel east along Lytton Rd and take the Lindum Rd exit or, if you take the Port of Brisbane Motorway, exit at Pritchard St.

From Wynnum – drive west along Tingal Rd, turn left onto Pritchard St, then right into Lytton Rd.

 

How to get to Fort Lytton National Park and History Alive: A Journey Through Time