Maps and public transport
UNSW has a number of campuses, all easily accessible by public transport. We recommend planning your trip in advance to ensure that you have plenty of time to get to your classes. Limited parking is available and is marked on the maps below.
During Orientation Week there are campus tours available which will help you to become familiar with the layout of the campus.
For more information on how to get to the campus visit: facilities.unsw.edu.au/getting-uni
Kensington Campus metered parking is available at:
- High Street - Gate 2, Gate 5 & Gate 8
- Botany St - Gate 11
- Barker St - Gate 14
Paddington Campus shuttle bus
The Paddington Campus (also known as UNSW Art and Design, formerly COFA) is centrally located on Oxford Street, Paddington and is easily accessible from the Kensington Campus.
A courtesy shuttle bus operates between Paddington and UNSW Kensington campuses during semester, excluding public holidays. The shuttle bus stop is located at the Gate 8 entrance on High Street (UNSW Kensington) and at the Greens Rd entrance (Paddington).
The UNSW Paddington Campus shuttle timetable is available here.
Public Transport - Sydney Buses
Below are the list of buses from Sydney City and the surrounding suburbs to UNSW. For up to date bus information visit the Getting to Uni website.
From Central Station (Eddy Avenue)
Stand D: UNSW Express 891
Stand C: 391, 395
From Circular Quay (Alfred Street)
Stand E: UNSW Express 890, 892 and 391-2, 394, 397, 399
From Bondi Junction, Burwood, Rockdale, Eastgardens
Bus: 400, 410
From Eastgardens, La Perouse, Little Bay
Bus: 391, 392
From Sydenham, Bondi Junction
From Coogee, Newtown, Glebe, Leichhardt
From Wolli Creek, Bondi Junction
From Sans Souci, Eastgardens, City
Bus: 302, 303
From Kingsford, Leichhardt
From Coogee, Drummoyne
Alternate services to/from City - Circular Quay
When UNSW services are not operating (during university semester breaks) alternate travel is available on Routes 392, 394, L94, 396, 397 and 399. Routes M10 and M50 operate via City - Park Street.
Concession Opal card for tertiary students
Students are required to give consent to UNSW to provide details of eligibility to Transport for NSW before they can apply for an Opal Concession card.
UNSW students who are eligible for travel concessions will able to provide their consent through myUNSW when enrolling.
International students cannot apply for a concession Opal card.
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