St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney

St Mary’s Cathedral stands in the centre of Sydney as a Christian statement of grace and beauty. Generations of artists have bequeathed to it their magnificent gifts in stone and glass, designing a unique space of solace and prayer within this vibrant city. This Cathedral represents the spiritual origins of the Catholic Church in Australia. It is one of Sydney's most treasured historic buildings and one of the finest examples of English-style gothic churches in the world. William Wilkinson Wardell, the 19th century architect, dreamed of a gothic structure shaped from the local yellow-block sandstone on which this city is built. The building was finally completed 100 years after the architect's death. The Cathedral is dedicated to Mary Help of Christians.

How to get here?

Public Transport -Train to St James or Martin Place

Car - Parking is available in the Domain Car Park or Enacon Parking Station. Strictly no parking in the Cathedral Grounds

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Australian Technology Park, Redfern

Australian Technology Park is Sydney's leading business and technology park and home to Sydney's most unique conferencing venue. It occupies the site of the former Eveleigh railway yards. When they were built in the late 19th century, they were the largest and most technologically advanced workshops in the southern hemisphere. Now Australian Technology Park boasts a state of the art business centre and conference venue in a convenient city location.

How to get here?

Australian Technology Park
Bay 4, Locomotive Workshop,
2 Locomotive Street
Eveleigh NSW 2015

By Rail

The nearest train station is Redfern Station. Follow the signs to “Platform 10 – Australian Technology Park”. Exit the station via Platform 10 – note: there is no disabled access to Platform 10. At the top of the steps, follow the path straight ahead and proceed down the stairs towards the International Business Centre and the National Innovation Centre. Head towards the tram that will appear in front and turn left into the Pedestrian walkway. On your right hand side you will see the Locomotive Workshop. Enter through this door and follow the corridor to Bay 4.

For disabled access, exit Redfern Station via Gibbons St Exit. Turn right onto Gibbons St and turn left onto the pathway through the park. Cut straight through the park onto Rosehill Street, turn right and follow this street all the way around the bend. You will see the stairs heading down towards the International Business Centre and the National Innovation Centre – there is a ramp to the right of these stairs. Follow the ramp down and proceed to the Pedestrian walkway and into the Locomotive Workshop as described above.

By Bus

There are frequent bus services to the Australian Technology Park from the city and Sydney's domestic and international airport. The bus stop closest to the Australian Technology Park is on the corner of Boundary and Regent Street. For bus timetables call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit 

By Car

The entrance to the Australian Technology Park car park is from Henderson Road / Davy Road, Eveleigh. Event/ Visitor car parking is available at 8 Central Ave (Media City Building). Collect a ticket from the boom gate and drive through to the Car Park, located at Ground Floor, 8 Central Ave.


The venue are able to extend the discounted rate of $20 daily rate to all conference delegates and speakers. To access this rate, you will need to collect your discount ticket voucher from the Registration Desk. You must keep your original ticket to activate the voucher.

Disabled Parking Area

To gain access to the disabled parking area, please contact the security office on 9209 4666 or advise security at the boom gate when you first enter the Park

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Dockside, Darling Harbour

With panoramic water views over Darling Harbour and ideally positioned on Cockle Bay Wharf, Dockside provides a beautiful space to host the Conference Gala dinner. Inspired by Australian cuisine, Dockside’s team of passionate chefs have a reputation for culinary excellence and exceptional service. Recently transformed by a striking interior design refit and renovation, Dockside has been elevated into a leading business and leisure events venue.

How to get here?

Public Transport - Train to Town Hall Station. Monorail to Darling Park Station

Car - Parking is available at Wilson Parking in Cockle Bay Wharf

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