About CET's location

The Centre for English Teaching is located on the main campus of the University of Sydney in the Wentworth Building in Sydney, NSW, Australia. The campus is a short distance from the city centre, and is easily accesible by Sydney's bus and train networks. It is between the inner-city suburbs of Glebe and Newtown, where you'll find inexpensive restaurants and entertainment, and a broad range of off-campus housing. It is also very close to Chinatown and Darling Harbour, and 25 minutes from the nearest ocean beach.

Sydney is one of the world's most beautiful cities; it has a magnificent harbour, famous beaches, wildlife parks and a wide choice of restaurants and shopping facilities. It is a safe city which has a pleasant climate, clean environment and is a convenient point of travel to other parts of NSW and Australia.

To find out more about Sydney see the Tourism section of our website.

Where to find CET

Centre for English Teaching
The University of Sydney
Lvl 5, Wentworth Building (GO1)
Cnr of City Road and Butlin Avenue
Darlington NSW 2006
Australia

Tel: +61 2 9036 7900
Fax: +61 2 9036 7910
Email

From Butlin Avenue: Take stairs to level 4 through cafeteria for stairs to level 5.

From Redfern Station: Turn left on Lawson Street, right onto Abercrombie and then left onto Codrington Street which turns into Butlin Avenue.

Transport - bus

  1. From Circular Quay/Railway Square (Central): Catch buses 422, 423, 426, 428
  2. From Coogee/Leichhardt (both directions): Catch bus 370

Visit the Sydney Buses website for more information.

Transport - train

  1. From Central Station:Walk to the Railway Square Bus Terminal on George St and go to Section A where you can catch buses 422, 423, 426 & 428 to City Rd, University of City bus stop.
  2. From Redfern Station:10 minute walk to CET

To plan your trip by train you can visit the Trip Planner section of the Cityrail website.

Postal address

Centre for English Teaching
Lvl 5, Wentworth Building (G01)
The University of Sydney
Sydney NSW 2006
Australia