How to get to SCA
Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) is located in the historic Callan Park precinct in the suburb of Lilyfield. SCA is on Kirkbride Way accessible from Balmain Road, being the principal commercial high street of Lilyfield-Rozelle. The vehicle entrance in to Callan Park is from Balmain Road (opposite Cecily Street).
Sydney College of the Arts, as part of the University of Sydney, operates as a Restricted Parking Area under the Road Traffic Act. Drivers must observe traffic and parking rules as they would on any public street. Vehicles must display authorisation to park in a Restricted Area and may only be parked within marked bays as appropriate to the authorisation and signage displayed.
Traffic and parking is managed under the Self Enforcing Infringement Notice Scheme (SEINS) with breach notices being issued by University Security Patrol Officers and fines being collected by the NSW Police Infringement Processing Bureau. SEINS is enforceable 24 hours per day and cars parked outside designated parking areas will be subject to parking infringement notices.
The designated parking areas are shown on the campus map.
Buses to and from the City (Victoria Rd only)
Bus numbers 500, 501, 504, 506, 507, 510, 515, 518, and 520 leave from Circular Quay in the city, turn at the Queen Victoria Building and travel across the Anzac Bridge to Victoria Road (except for the 501) and stop on Victoria Road, Rozelle just 1 kilometre from the campus. The 501 travels via Harris Street, past the Powerhouse Museum and the Sydney Fish Markets.
Buses to and from the City (Balmain Rd)
Bus number 440 also leaves from Circular Quay in the city and travels via travels along Parramatta Road past the main University campus, then along Balmain Road.
Buses to Balmain from Rozelle
Bus numbers 444 and 445 start from Canterbury, travel via Leichhardt and then along Balmain Road. These buses terminate at the Ferry Wharf. Ferries to Circular Quay in the City leave from this wharf.
Sydney Light Rail
Lilyfield light rail station is 1.5 kilometres from the campus. From there you can easily get to Darling Harbour, Chinatown and Central Station.
Public Transport Contact Details
131 500 or www.131500.com.au
Ramps provide wheelchair access to most areas of the campus. An elevator provides access to the second floor of some studio areas. There are two disabled bathrooms available.