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Level 1, Quad 3
102 Bennelong Parkway
Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127

Quad 3 is the 3-storey orange building with “Alstom” signage. We are opposite the Bennelong Parkway (formerly Bennelong Road) entry to Bicentennial Park.



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Visitor Car Parking at Quad 3

There is very limited visitor parking available at Quad 3. There is a Free Public Car Park (15 spaces) on Bennelong Parkway, approximately 700m north. The location of this Car Park is marked on the attached map in Lime Green. There is also 2 hour parking in Bicentennial Park for Park users, across the road from Quad 3.

For further information of parking station locations please visit this website for information regarding over 10,000 “pay for parking” car parking spaces available within Sydney Olympic Park.

How to Get Here By Road

Quad 3 is accessible via Bennelong Parkway. Sydney Olympic Park is surrounded by major arterial roads and is easily accessible with access from the east and west via Parramatta Road and the M4 Motorway, and the north and south via Homebush Bay Drive.

How to Get Here from the Train or Bus

Quad 3 is best accessed via Parkview Drive for visitors travelling by public transport. See the dark green line on the map for the walking route from the transport hub.

Transport – Rail

Olympic Park Station is at 2 Olympic Blvd, Sydney Olympic Park.
CityRail operates three types of train services to and from Olympic Park Station:

- Olympic Park Sprint operates between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Station at 20 minute intervals. 
- Limited direct services between Central Station and Olympic Park Station, weekdays only.
- Major Event train services.

Visit to search for Major Event Transport Information or call 131 500 for details.

Transport – Buses

  • Services operate from Chatswood, Hurstville, Strathfield and Lidcombe.
  • Parramatta – Sydney Olympic Park – Burwood (Route 525)
  • Lidcombe - Sydney Olympic Park (Route 401)
  • Chatswood – North Ryde - Sydney Olympic Park (Route 533)
  • Hurstville – Strathfield - Sydney Olympic Park (Route 450)

For more details visit:

Transport – Ferries

Sydney Ferries operates a daily service between Circular Quay and Parramatta stopping at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf, in Bennelong Parkway. The Parramatta River route departs Circular Quay, Wharf No. 5.

There is a regular Route Service 401 from the ferry Wharf to Park Street, near Olympic Park Station which is only a 5 minute walk from the Scouts Australia NSW State Office.

Visit the Sydney Ferries website to get the most up-to-date information on timetables to Sydney Olympic Park.

Bike Racks

Bike racks are located in Quad 3 and available to tenants and visitors.


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