All Sydney Trains require pre-paid tickets via an Opal card. Opal is the smartcard ticketing system used to pay for travel on all public transport in Sydney, you tap on and off to pay your fare.
The closest train station is Redfern station but there is also Newtown station. We don’t recommend walking to and from either train station alone after dark, but during daylight hours and College terms, it is considered safe.
From Newtown train station, take a 15-minute walk turning right out of the station exit and walk up King Street approx. 1km towards the city. From Redfern train station, take a 15-minute walk, turning left from the station exit down Lawson Street, continue left onto Abercrombie Street and then turn right down Codrington Street approx. 1km towards Newtown. Walk past the Sydney Uni sports complex, then turn left onto Darlington Street. At the end, cross King Street at the lights, and walk towards Newtown/Enmore for about 45 metres (30 secs) to 1 King Street.
Alternatively you can plan your trip to catch a bus to and from College for these stations using www.transportnsw.info.
All Sydney Buses require pre-paid tickets via an Opal card. Opal is the smartcard ticketing system used to pay for travel on all public transport in Sydney, you tap on and off to pay your fare.
For the bus stop at King Street near Carillon Avenue (opp. 1 King Street) you can use buses 422, 423, 426, 428 from Castlereagh Street or a Metrobus M30 from Park Street, City or Railway Square. These are daily full-time Sydney Buses services operating between Kingsgrove, Earlwood, Undercliffe, Marrickville, Enmore, Newtown, University of Sydney, Railway Square, City – QVB, City – Wynyard, Spit Junction – Sydenham and City – Circular Quay. From the city these buses travel down City Road which becomes King Street and the College is located in King Street.
If travelling from the city alight at King Street near Carillon Avenue bus stop (the first stop after the Sydney Uni overbridge, Wentworth Building and Darlington Centre). As soon as the bus leaves the University of Sydney bus stop, press button for the next stop (King Street near Carillon Avenue). Walk to the traffic lights and cross, turn left and proceed past bus stop, to the Moore College Learning and Teaching Centre at 1 King Street.
Moore College welcomes visitors to our campus, however there is no off-street visitor parking available due to limited parking spaces. There is limited metered street parking on Carillon Avenue and in adjoining streets. The College is conveniently located for public transport, with a bus stop opposite 1 King Street and another near the intersection of Queen Street.