What is there?
Cumberland Campus is home to the Faculty of Health Sciences and is located in Lidcombe, around 16km west of the city centre.
Where is it?
Faculty of Health Sciences
Cumberland Campus C42
75 East Street
Lidcombe NSW 2141
Phone: +61 2 9351 9161
The nearest railway station to the Cumberland campus is Lidcombe station. It takes approximately 20-30 minutes to walk to campus from the station. We recommend using the available bus services, particularly after hours.
- The Metrobus M92 service (Parramatta to Sutherland via Cumberland Campus)
- The 915 bus (Lidcombe/TAFE/University) service.
From Monday to Friday the service runs every 10 minutes in peak hours and every 15 minutes off-peak. You can view the timetables on the Transport NSW website.
Bus stop locations
- Lidcombe Station on the eastern Commonwealth Bank side.
- Cumberland Campus: Going to Lidcombe the bus stop is located outside Gate 1. Travelling from Lidcombe station or towards Bankstown the bus stop is on East Street, located on the opposite side of road from the campus between Gates 1 & 2.
The Metrobus services allows you to plan connecting journeys via bus with the M92 intersecting with the M90 (Liverpool to Burwood) and M91 (Parramatta to Hurstville) services at the Bankstown interchange. View timetables or plan your journey on the Transport NSW website.
**When crossing East Street please use the pedestrian refuge, available 100m downhill from the bus stop (towards Lidcombe) to cross East Street. The pedestrian refuge is there to assist you to cross the road in two stages. It does not give you right of way over vehicles. Please remember that under regulation 230 of the NSW Road Rules 2008 pedestrians "must cross by the shortest safe route". This is by using the pedestrian refuge adjacent to Gate 1. The maximum penalty for disobeying this regulation is $2200.
We all have a responsibility for our personal own safety. Please ensure that you cross East Street safely and encourage your colleagues and students to do likewise.
Parking for the Cumberland campus is looked after by Campus Assist, located on Level 1 of the Jeffrey Miller Administration Building (A Block). For the location of gates and car parks, see campus maps.
Current visitor parking fees are $5.00 per entry for Gate 2 & $4.00 per day for Gate 3.
Parking areas on campus
Entry via East Street, Lidcombe. Parking is limited to permit holders and approved temporary visitors' permits only.
Hours of operation: Gate 1 closes at 10pm Monday to Thursday and 7.00pm Friday during semester. At all other times the gate closes at 8.00pm Monday to Thursday and 7.00pm Friday.
Entry via East Street, Lidcombe. Parking is available for swipe card holders and casual parking via a coin-operated boom gate. Change is not available. A $5.00 entry fee currently applies.
Hours of operation - Gate 2 is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
When the "FULL" sign is illuminated, coin entry will not be accepted.
Staff who have swipe card access to the car park at Gate 2 are able to gain access by swiping their card through the card reader regardless of the 'FULL' sign.
Free after-hours access to gate 2
To ensure the personal safety of staff and students and to encourage parking on-site, Gate 2 boom gate will be raised from 6pm to 6am Monday to Friday and all weekend until 6am Monday morning. There will be no fee payable during this period.
Entry via Weeroona Rd Lidcombe: Pay and Display machines are in operation. A fee of $4 per day currently applies. These machines dispense a printed ticket that must be clearly displayed on the vehicle dashboard in accordance with the instructions printed upon it.
Hours of operation - Gate 3 is open Monday to Friday 7.00am to 9.00pm during semester only.
Any vehicle not displaying a current University parking permit, an approved temporary visitor's pass or a valid Pay and Display ticket is liable to be issued with an infringement notice. The registered owner of the vehicle is responsible for any penalty imposed.
Parking on campus for undergraduate students is very limited and travel by public transport is encouraged. Car parking facilities at Gate 3 are available. Students must pay the daily fee using the Pay and Display machines.
These machines dispense a printed ticket that must be clearly displayed on the vehicle dashboard in accordance with the instructions printed upon it. The Self Enforcing Infringement Notice Scheme system is in operation to control parking on University grounds. Breach notices are issued by security and traffic officers, and are administered by the State Debt Recovery Office.
All postgraduates students are permitted to apply for parking in Gate 3 only. Postgraduate parking applications must be [submitted online. You need to be currently enrolled and have your UniKey to renew or purchase a parking permit.
The online permit system will show the cost and availability of the permit. The issue of a permit does not entitle the holder to park in any particular bay or position.
For further information contact Campus Assist on +61 2 9351 9563
If you require access to parking spaces for people with disabilities, contact Student Services on +61 2 9351 9638.