COVID Safety

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Travelling to NIDA

Coming from the CBD

The L3 light rail Kingsford Line runs south from from Circular Quay, with stops at Central Station and right outside NIDA on Anzac Parade. See all stops.

To the east of the city of Sydney, buses run regularly from Circular Quay (Stand E), along Elizabeth Street, Oxford Street and then onto Anzac Parade. It takes approximately 30 minutes to travel from Circular Quay to NIDA. Alight at the main entrance to UNSW and cross Anzac Parade at the pedestrian lights.

Bus routes include the:
392, 394, L94, 396, 397 and 399

There is also a university bus during university terms, the 890 which turns just before NIDA into High Street. If catching this bus you will need to alight at the first stop after it turns, walk back towards Anzac Parade and cross at the traffic lights at the corner of Anzac Parade and High Street.

Coming from Central Station

The L3 light rail Kingsford Line runs south from from Circular Quay, with stops at Central Station and right outside NIDA on Anzac Parade. See all stops.

Buses run regularly from central Station (Stand C) in Eddy Avenue. It takes approximately 30 minutes to travel from Central to NIDA. Alight at the main entrance to UNSW and cross Anzac Parade at the pedestrian lights.

Bus routes include the:
391, 393 and 395

There is also a University bus during University terms, the 891 (or 895 express) which turns just before NIDA into High Street. If catching this bus you will need to alight at the first stop after it turns, walk back towards Anzac Parade and cross at the traffic lights at the corner of Anzac Parade and High Street.

Coming from Bondi Junction

Bus routes include the: 400 and 410

Coming from Leichhardt, Glebe and Newtown

Bus route 370

Venue Map