TRANSPORT INFORMATION

 

Sydney University Main Campus (Camperdown)

For lectures and weekend school classes held on the main campus, the most convenient entry point is the main City Road gate.

By train, the closest station is Redfern, from where you should turn left into Abercrombie Street then right into Codrington Street, which will take you to the City Road gates. You might find it more convenient to use Central Station, especially at night. The University security service runs free buses between the Fisher Library and Redfern railway station in the evening during the University's semester. Note that the University's semester and the LEC semester do not always overlap.

Buses stop right outside the City Road entrance, and run frequently from Central Station and the CBD. Routes 422, 423, 426, 427, and 428 depart from Circular Quay and travel down Castlereagh Street, passing through Railway Square before stopping at the City Road entrance. Students can also enter from Parramatta Road, with the best entrance being University Avenue at the eastern end of Parramatta Road, near Glebe Point Road.

Parking at the University has a "pay-and-display" parking regime and heavy fines are imposed for non-compliance.

 

Sydney University St James Campus (Phillip Street, City)

The closest train stations to the Sydney University St James Campus are Martin Place and St. James. The Elizabeth Street exits of both stations are a few minutes walk from the St James Campus Building. There are many bus services that stop outside or near the Old Law School, including most Eastern Suburbs buses.

As you may imagine, parking space is at a premium around the St James Campus. There are no parking facilities for students within the building.