Sydney is a vibrant, dynamic and accessible harbour city waiting to be explored. The heart of Sydney is home to major museums, cultural institutions and historical sights. It is the gateway city to Australia and home to the world's most beautiful harbour. While much of life in Sydney revolves around its spectacular harbour, golden beaches, parklands and national parks, it is also a cosmopolitan city. Attractions include world class art galleries, museums, waterways that stretch into all parts of the city, wildlife parks, the majestic sails of the Sydney Opera House, luxury cruises, aquariums, beaches, The Royal Botanic Gardens, theatre, entertainment, shopping, culture and sport.
For more information about Sydney, Australia, visit the Destination Sydney website.
University of Sydney
Ideas and Enlightenment DNS 2014 will be held in the New Law Building at the University of Sydney. The conference venue is located within the University’s 72-hectare Camperdown campus near the junctions of Parramatta and City Roads.
The University of Sydney is located just a few moments from the heart of Sydney’s entertainment and transport district and is a short distance from some of Sydney’s major attractions and Darling Harbour. In addition to conference facilities, the University is home to the famous Quadrangle and boasts historic sandstone buildings complete with gargoyles and cloisters.
New Law Building (F10) Map
The University of Sydney
Driving and parking
Limited paid parking is available on campus.
The University of Sydney is well serviced by buses and trains. The Sydney Buses website also has details of bus routes relevant to the University.
Getting from Sydney Airport
From Sydney Airport to the University of Sydney is about 9km and a taxi fare costs about AUD40. The Airport Rail Link runs directly from the International Airport Terminal through the Domestic Terminal to the City Circle train line. The Airport Rail Link leaves every 10 minutes.