Convenience & Impulse Convention & Expo
Hall 3, International Convention & Exhibition Centre
Cruise into Darling Harbour on a ferry, with direct services from Circular Quay to King Street Wharf, or Pyrmont Bay Wharf. Both are only a short walk away from ICC Sydney. Pyrmont Bay Wharf is located in front of the Australian National Maritime Museum.
Trains and Buses
Take the train to Town Hall Station and exit south into Bathurst Street. A short downhill walk along Bathurst Street will take you directly to Tumbalong Park and ICC Sydney.
Take the train to Central Station and follow the signs to the South Concourse and UTS via the Devonshire Street Tunnel. Go west to cross beneath George Street. Then take the Ultimo Pedestrian Network and The Goods Line to its northern end, at Macarthur Street. Turn right and cross Darling Drive onto Hay Street. Turn left into Darling Harbour where Quay Street meets Hay Street.
State transit operates services across the Sydney Metropolitan area seven days a week. Buses in the city centre operate along Elizabeth, Castlereagh, Park, Druitt, Clarence and York streets. For more information about routes and timetables, please visit http://www.sydneybuses.info.
If you’re driving to ICC Sydney, there are more than 800 car spaces in two locations. The Darling Harbour precinct has a further 11 car parking stations that are a short walk from ICC Sydney. Many of these offer special early bird and weekend rates. For more information, please visit www.darlingharbour.com/gettinghere.