Explore the 2024 Program

Lecture Theatre, Australian Museum

1 William St, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010

Public Transport
Train: The nearest train stations are St James, Museum and Town Hall. Each are of equal distance and are an easy seven-minute walk. All three of these stations have lift access.

Bus: For bus services arriving in the city centre, alight near Hyde Park or Town Hall and simply walk east along Park Street towards Kings Cross – a 7 to 10 minute walk. The Museum is also on the Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour bus route with a stop right outside our doors.

Parking
There is currently no parking available at the Museum. We recommend parking at nearby car parks and metered parking in surrounding streets. Enacon Parking on Cathedral Street has 11 accessible spots and is a 5-minute walk to the Australian Museum. This route has no steps. For more information please refer to the Enacon Parking website.
The Australian Museum provides access to all areas of the Museum for people in wheelchairs and mobility scooters. There are ramps throughout the exhibitions and two lifts to take you between all floors. All doors are automatic.

Guide Dogs and Companion Dogs The Australian Museum welcomes guide dogs and companion dogs. A water bowl is kept at Admissions desk.

Wheelchairs The Australian Museum is wheelchair accessible, with ramps and lifts available. The main entrance via Museum Walk ramp from College Street is wheelchair accessible

Toilets Wheelchair accessible toilets are located on all public gallery floors including Ground, Lower Ground near Cloaking, Level 1 and Level 2.

An all gender toilet is available on Lower Ground.

The AM has a Changing Places adult change table located on level 2. Please request the access to this facility from any AM staff, security or from the admission desk.

Baby change rooms are available on Lower Ground near Cloaking, and in the Level 2 Parents Room.

Accessible areas to eat in the Australian Museum include The Billabong Waterhole café is located on Level 2.