GETTING TO WOLLONGONG
Train from Sydney
Wollongong is just 85 minutes by train from Sydney Airport or Sydney’s Central Station.
From the International or Domestic terminals at Sydney Airport, take the train to Wolli Creek and change to a Wollongong train bound for Port Kembla, Dapto or Bomaderry (South Coast line).
It’s even easier from Central – just catch any Wollongong train on the South Coast line.
North Wollongong Station is the closest station to the University of Wollongong. There is a free shuttle bus between the station and the main university campus which meets all trains.
Wollongong Station is located in the CBD and is the closest station for most accommodation options.
The Transport NSW Trip Planner can help you with scheduled public transport options. Search for the trip from ‘Sydney Airport Domestic’ or ‘Sydney Airport International’ to ‘North Wollongong station’ or ‘Wollongong station’.
Airport shuttle from Sydney
Normal taxis do not generally operate from Sydney Airport to Wollongong, but companies such as Leisure Coast Limousines provide airport pick-up services using small buses. The cost is about $60.
Bus from Canberra
Murrays runs a coach service between Canberra and Wollongong. See the Murrays website for timetables and pricing.
Car from Sydney and Canberra
For information on getting to Wollongong by car, see the Visit Wollongong website.
GETTING AROUND IN WOLLONGONG
A number of free shuttle buses connect the Wollongong University campus with Wollongong, North Wollongong and Fairy Meadow.
The North Gong (NG) and Gwynneville Keiraville (GK) shuttles are free for visitors to the campus. All five university buses are blue and display the university’s branding, so please ensure you read the destination sign at the front of the bus.
If you wish to drive to the University of Wollongong campus, please be aware that parking fees and restrictions apply. Parking information is available on the UOW website.
Once you have arrived on campus, use the campus map to find your way to the conference venue.
You can also view an accessible route map of the UOW campus.
For further information on getting to the university, see the Getting to UOW page on the university website.
(Page last updated 12 June 2018)