Getting to our Campus
Our campus is located in the beautiful harbourside suburb of Drummoyne, only 15 minutes from Sydney’s CBD. We are close to public transport, shops, cafes and restaurants, and various tourist attractions that have made Sydney world famous, such as the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.
5 Mary Street
Tel: +61 2 9819 8888
Fax: +61 2 9719 1714
Using a Private Vehicle
To access the car park, turn up Millar Street from Lyons Road. Parking is free, although you will need to register your car with Administration so we know that you are entitled to park on our property. The car park fills up quickly, particularly on Tuesdays and Wednesdays when all students are on campus – be early to avoid disappointment! Free parking is also available in nearby streets.
Visit www.whereis.com for printable maps.
Going by Public Transport
Using Travel Tens and/or Weekly Passes can be a cost effective way to get to college. Depending on where you come from, there are several options.
If you have access to the rail system, the easiest way is to catch a train to Burwood Station. From Burwood Station you can either catch the 492 or 490 government bus, which can drop you off at Barney Street. A landmark to look for is CALTEX station. If you pass Lashings (opposite lane) then you’ve gone too far!! A short walk up Barney Street gets you to Mary Street and to our front door.
An alternative route is by bus along Victoria Road. Government buses numbers 500, 502, 504, 510, 518, 520 and L20 will take you up and down Victoria Road. They begin just around the corner from Town Hall (Druitt Street, opposite Venue Music) in the city and end at West Ryde and Top Ryde. All these buses pass the end of Lyons Road. If you catch a 502 or 504 from the city, the drop-off point would be closer to the college - near the CALTEX station mentioned earlier which is adjacent to Barney Street.
For more specific information regarding bus routes, trains, times and cost, call the InfoLine on 131 500 or go to www.131500.info .
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