In the heart of Sydney, ICC Sydney is located in the active precinct of Darling Harbour on Cockle Bay.
Vehicle drop off and pickup is available at the venue’s main entrance, located within the loop road at Harbourside Place off Darling Drive and shared with Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour. An additional drop off point is also available in a shared zone at Tumbalong Place, between the exhibition building and ICC Sydney Theatre.
ICC Sydney features multiple public access points – which can be reached by foot, car, taxi, ferry, coach and light rail that will travel along Darling Drive in Darling Harbour. If using your navigation device to get to the venue, GPS coordinates for key transport points at and around the venue are:
ICC Sydney Main Entrance 33° 52.389'S 151° 11.909'
ICC Sydney Exhibition Centre car park entry 33°52'30.28"S 151°11'55.58"E
Tumbalong Place 33° 52.588'S 151° 12.009'
ICC Sydney Theatre south side taxi rank 33° 52.639'S 151° 12.055'E
Darling Harbour is located only 8km from Sydney Airport, with an average drive time of 25 minutes.
Bus 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 www.sydneybuses.info.
Ferry 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.
Two light rail stations (exhibition centre and convention centre stops) run alongside the venue to provide immediate connectivity with Central Station and Sydney’s inner west. For more information, please visit www.sydneylightrail.transport.nsw.gov.au/projects/sydney-light-rail.
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.
Water taxi connectivity provides ease of access to Darling Harbour from The Rocks, Circular Quay, The Opera House and Luna Park.
Opal card makes getting around on public transport easy. Opal cards are smartcard tickets that you keep, reload and reuse to pay for travel on public transport.
The Opal network includes train, bus, ferry and light rail services in Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Hunter, Illawarra and Southern Highlands.
Please see: Opal services
Parking ICC Sydney has 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.
ICC Sydney has two car parks, providing patrons with access to a total of 826 parking bays, 365 days a year, 24 hours each day. The car park office is located in the exhibition centre car park.
The entrances to the car parks can be easily found by heading south along Darling Drive. Signage will assist and indicate how many bays are available or if the car park is full.
For convenience, one car park is located beneath the exhibition centre and the second is located next to the main theatre. Both car parks have a height restriction of 2.1 metres, are controlled by auto pay machines and provide convenient lift access to the venue.
The exhibition centre car park provides the following additional facilities:
Eight disabled parking bays
• 10 electric car chargers servicing 20 parking bays
• 25 motorcycle parking bays
• 50 bicycle racks
ICC Sydney is surrounded by up to 5,500 hotel rooms and serviced apartments offering the full spectrum of star ratings, all within a 10-minute walk. ICC Sydney Hotel – a 600 plus room luxury hotel adjoining the venue and operated by Accor under its Sofitel brand – is due to open in November 2017.
ATMs are conveniently located at the ICC Sydney:
• Convention Centre - beside the main café on ground level
• Exhibition Centre - southern end of level two
• Theatre - adjacent to Customer Service Desk on level two.
ICC Sydney provides complimentary cloakroom facilities for personal items, which are located beside the Customer Service Desk on the ground level of the convention centre.
INTERNET AND NETWORK SOLUTIONS
Wireless connectivity is readily available throughout the venue. Visitors have access to free public Wi-Fi, for basic browsing, email and social media.
The entire Darling Harbour precinct – including all indoor and outdoor spaces across ICC Sydney – is a no-smoking zone. This applies to use of electronic cigarettes and vaporisers.