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Getting here

Both the Macleay Museum and the University Art Gallery are closed to the public as we prepare for the opening of the Chau Chak Wing Museum in 2019. Staff will continue to take public and research inquiries about the collections during this period of transition. The Nicholson Museum will remain open to the public until late 2018.

Nicholson Museum

The Nicholson Museum is located at the southern entrance of the Quadrangle at the University of Sydney.

Travelling here

By car

Casual parking on the Camperdown Campus is avaliable, however, parking fees apply. You need to obtain and correctly display a ticket from the Pay and Display machines located around the campus.

To find convenient parking areas near the museums, access our interactive campus maps, and select 'Cultural Venues' followed by ‘Carpark’ or ‘Motorcycle parking’ options under Amenities.

By train

Catch a train to Redfern Station and walk for around 10 minutes. Turn left down Lawson Street, left along Abercombie Street, right into Codrington Street, and then cross City Road to the main Camperdown Campus.

Alternatively, catch a train to Central Railway Station and walk for about 15 minutes down Parramatta Road, to the main entrance to the University, just behind Victoria Park.

See our campus maps for more details and visit www.131500.com.au for more help planning your public transport to the University.

By bus

There are several bus stops along Parramatta Road and City Road that can be used to visit the University.

For stops on Parramatta Road (closest to the Quadrangle) catch routes 412, 413, 436, 438, 439, 440, 461, 480, 483 or Metrobus M10 and alight at the Footbridge stop.

For stops on City Road (closest to Darlington Campus) catch routes 422, 423, 426, 428, 370, 352 or Metrobus M30.

Our campus maps show the location of state transit bus stops (tick 'State Transit bus stop' under Amenities in the left-hand menu).

Visit www.131500.com.au for more help planning your public transport to the University.