The conference will be held at the Kensington campus of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia (www.facilities.unsw.edu.au/Maps/maps.html) during the southern summer from Thursday 3 to Friday 4 December 2009.
Travel from Airport/Central Railway/City to UNSW
The University of New South Wales is easy to get to by private vehicle or public transport. The UNSW Kensington Campus is located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs just 10 km from the city centre and 15 km from the Airport. Coogee Beach is 2 km to the East. Look out for the Library tower if you need a beacon. It is very clearly marked with UNSW.
Taxi Sydney Airport is a 15 minute taxi ride from UNSW. Fares are typically AUS$25-30. You don't need to tip taxi drivers in Australia. Use the taxi ranks at the airport and Taxis Combined Services (02 8332 888) recommended to return to the Airport.
Airport Bus The 400 airport bus picks up at Domestic and International Terminals. It is a 25 minute ride to UNSW. Get off at the main university entrance on Anzac Pde if you are going straight to the Law Buidling to register, or near the corner of High and Botany Streets (the stop after - keep an eye out for Gate 8 or 9) if you are going to one of the residential colleges on upper campus. The residential colleges are between gates 4 and 8 on High Street.. For more information see www.131500.info
Buses from City and Railway Frequent express buses leave from Circular Quay and Central Station all day. Normal services shown below may also be used.
- Buses leave the city from Circular Quay and travel along Elizabeth St, Oxford St and Anzac Pde (routes 390, 391, 392, 394, 396, 397, 398, 399). 890 Express from Circular Quay to Anzac Pde. The 372 to Coogee stops at Belmore Rd/High St Randwick which is a 5 minute walk past The Prince of Wales Hospital to UNSW.
- Buses leave from Central Railway (routes 393, 395). In peak hours 891 is an express service from Railway Square and Eddy Avenue to High St UNSW. The 372 service goes through Randwick as the 372 described above.
- Buses leave from Bondi Junction (400 is most frequent and fastest).
For more information see www.131500.info
While in Sydney and not conferencing
Here are some web sites listing things to do while in Sydney
More travel information is available at http://sf09.hcsnet.edu.au