Carriageworks is located in Wilson Street Eveleigh.
Carriageworks is an 8-minute walk from Redfern Station. Macdonaldtown Station is a 10-minute walk; take the Inner West line from Central. Newtown Station on King Street is a 15-minute walk directly along Wilson Street; take the Inner West line from Wynyard, Town Hall, Central, Circular Quay or St James.
The closest stop is on King Street (near the Queen Street intersection); a 5-minute walk. From Central, take Newtown buses 422, 423 or 426. Nearest stop is at Codrington Street at City Road, approximately a 5-minute walk to Carriageworks.
The accessible parking and taxi entrance is at 229 Wilson Street, corner of Queen Street. Limited time-zone parking is available for a fee in the surrounding area. Unrestricted on-street parking is available in the evening on the southern side of Wilson Street, between Golden Grove and Ivy Street. There is also a small number of unrestricted spaces on Forbes Street.
Paid parking is available at Shepherd Street Carpark in Darlington, a 10-minute walk to Carriageworks, along with some weekend paid parking within the University of Sydney campus.
There are bike lanes on surrounding streets, and plenty of bike racks on site.
Events At This Venue
- Opening Address: Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Max Porter and Meg Wolitzer
- Truth 2, Lies 1: Crabb and Sales On Lying About Books
- Fault Lines
- Anna Funder: The Cost of Lying and Truth-telling
- Outside Voices
- Suffragettes, Referenda and Sausages: The History of Democracy in Australia
- Anshel Pfeffer: Bibi - The Turbulent Life and Times of Benjamin Netanyahu
- Jill Abramson: Merchants of Truth
- Leigh Sales: Any Ordinary Day
- Is Russia the Enemy We’ve Come to Believe?
- Sticks and Stones: Defamation Law
- Ben Quilty: Home
- David Marr: My Country
- No Friend but the Mountains
- Stan Grant: Australia Day
- Inside Stories
- Max Porter: Lanny
- Whose ABC?
- Jenny Erpenbeck: Go, Went, Gone
- Boys to Men: The Masculinity Crisis
- Casey Legler: Godspeed
- Kristen Roupenian: Cat Person and Other Stories
- A Dangerous Time to Tell the Truth
- Meg Wolitzer: The Female Persuasion
- Belonging: The Story of the Jews
- Andrew Sean Greer: Less
- “I Do Not Want to See This in Print”
- Closing Address: Fatima Bhutto