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|contact AT trustworthy.systems|
Trustworthy Systems Group
School of Computer Science and Engineering, UNSW
Sydney NSW 2052
|Home Location||School of Computer Science and Engineering, UNSW|
|Physical Address||Level 3, K17 Building, Gate 14 Barker St, Kensington 2033|
The L2 Randwick Line includes 14 stops between Circular Quay and Randwick, running through the CBD, Central, Surry Hills, Moore Park, UNSW and ending at the Randwick Hospital Campus on High Street, Randwick.
The UNSW High Street stop is at Gate 9, near the corner of High Street and Wansey Road.
The L3 Kingsford Line opened 3 April 2020, includes 14 stops between Circular Quay and Kingsford, running through the CBD, Central, Surry Hills, Moore Park, along Anzac Parade through Kensington, UNSW, Kingsford and ending at Juniors Kingsford.
The UNSW Anzac Parade stop is located near University Mall on Anzac Parade.
High-frequency Light Rail services mean you can just turn up and go. The CBD and South East Light Rail service operates as a turn-up-and-go service. It runs every 4-8 minutes between Circular Quay and Moore Park, and every 8-12 minutes on the L3 Line between Moore Park and Kingsford or on the L2 Line between Moore Park and Randwick . You can see when the next one is coming by checking the displays on the platform, or on the Transport for NSW app. Tap on and off at the Opal card readers on the platform.
Regular bus services operate from Central, including routes 393 and 395 or 392, 394, L94, 396, 397 and 399 from Circular Quay, Martin Place and St James. For up to date transport information and travel planning options please visit https://transportnsw.info/trip
Once on campus, take the main avenue:
Go straight up the main avenue (University Mall) then turn right along Engineering Road before the steps.
Driving your own car to UNSW is not recommended, parking
is very sparse in the area and visitors have been looking for
30+ minutes for a place to park.
Taxis, however, are an easy option, especially from the city, the airport or the Eastern Suburbs. Taxis are plentiful in Sydney and can be hailed from the street or booked by phone.