Waterford Harvest Festival 2021 Programme & Map
TRAVEL INFORMATION BY BIKE
Waterford Harvest Festival is going green, which means it's time to get on your bike! Cycling around
Waterford has never been safer and easier - and why not jump on the Greenway while you’re at it.
Dublin-Waterford: 2hr 6min drive
Wicklow-Waterford: 1hr 40min drive
Wexford-Waterford: 57min drive
Kilkenny-Waterford: 46min drive
Limerick-Waterford: 2hr 12min drive
Cork-Waterford: 2hr drive
Galway-Waterford: 3hr 18min drive
FREE PARKING IN WATERFORD
On-street parking is free from 6.30pm to 8.30am Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday.
From 9.30pm to 8.30am on Fridays and free all day Sundays.
PAID PARKING IN WATERFORD
Paid parking is available across the City at the following locations:
MERCHANTS QUAY LONG-STAY CAR PARK
Great hourly & daily rates with a special rates guaranteed when you book using
Parkpnp app or website €2 per hour or €4.50 per 12 hours
MERCHANTS QUAY SHORT STAY CAR PARK
€2 per hour
Q-PARK CLOCK TOWER
€0.44 per hour or €12 per day
CLYDE WHARF SHORT STAY CAR PARK
These rates below are excluding 30cent card handling fee.
€2 per hour or €10 per day
As a promotion to encourage the use of electric vehicles, Waterford City and County Council introduced free parking for electric vehicles. Electric vehicles (excluding hybrids) can park free of charge without displaying a parking ticket in any Council operated parking space in Waterford, Dungarvan and Tramore. Electric and Hybrid vehicles can park free of charge while charging at any charging point.
All vehicles must be moved once the charge is complete. Locations to charge E-Cars:
WATERFORD CITY CENTRE
ESB charging station, Public Car Park, Bolton Street, Waterford
E-Cars Charge Point, Dock Road, Waterford
ESB Charging Station, 1 Johnstown, Waterford
E-Cars Charge Point, Parnell Street, Waterford
E-Cars Charge Point, Miller’s Marsh Car Park, Waterford
E-Cars Charge Point, Fitzwilton Hotel, Bridge St, Waterford
ESB charging station, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, Waterford
ESB Charging Station, St. Augustines Car Park, St. Augustines Street, Dungarvan, Waterford
ESB Charging Station, Summerhill Rise, Tramore East, Tramore, Waterford
ESB Charging Station, Ballybeg, Waterford
Electric Vehicle Charge Point, Crobally Lower, Tramore, Waterford
E-Cars Charge Point, Promenade, Tramore West, Tramore, Waterford
EV Charging Stations, 7, Seapoint Business Park, Tramore, Waterford
X91 N4XK Nissan Charge Point, Walsh's Car Sales, Belmont Rd, Ferrybank, Waterford
Virta Global Charging Station, 5 R680, Waterford
X91 E044 Toyota Charge Point, Waterford
Business Park, McConnells, Waterford
If you are travelling by train, the Dublin-Waterford line is a 2hr 24min journey. The Kilkenny-Waterford line is a 37min journey. The Cork-Waterford line has a train change in Limerick and the journey is 3 hours.
Tickets can be booked through www.irishrail.ie/en-ie
All trains stop at Waterford-Plunkett Station which is situated on the Quay in the centre of Waterford City. It is a 10 minute drive, a half an hour walk or a 21 minute bus journey on the number 360 bus from Waterford train station to Waterford City Centre.
Route 4: Dublin Airport - Dublin - Carlow - Waterford
Route 40: Tralee - Killarney - Cork - Dungarvan - Waterford Rosslare - Wexford - Waterford
Route 55: Limerick - Clonmel - Waterford
Bus Eireann provides services to Waterford from Dublin, Limerick and Cork
Local bus provider JJ Kavanagh & Sons runs hourly buses to and from Dublin Airport, also
stopping in Dublin City Centre (Heuston Station, Eden Quay, and Red Cow LUAS terminal).
Dublin Coach also has a return bus service which runs every two hours
between Dungarvan and Waterford to Dublin.