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Getting here

The Centre welcomes all visitors and exhibitors to Oz Comic-Con Sydney! The Centre's free buses from Central Station & Darling Harbour and free ferries from Darling Harbour will be in operation for this event. The transport timetables are available HERE.

Please note there are changes to the bus service to/from Darling Harbour on Sunday morning. Please refer to the timetable for details.


The Centre's convenient city location is easily accessible to all visitors – whether travelling from within Sydney, New South Wales and the rest of Australia, or indeed from anywhere in the world.

Bus and ferry timetables are tailored for each show so please refer to the event website.

Read more below about just how to get here or take a look at our video.



Arriving by car

To use your navigation device to get to the Exhibition Centre, enter 41 James Craig Road, Rozelle.

The Centre is only minutes away from the Western Distributor Freeway and the City West Link, and next to the Anzac Bridge, adding easy access from the north and west of Sydney including the CBD. There’s on site paid parking for 510 including 24 disabled spaces. Motorcycles are also welcome to park at the Centre.

Click here for the Centre’s car park rates.

An overflow car park off site provides an additional 470 parking spaces. Shuttle buses operate between the venue and the overflow car park when in use.

GPS coordinates for key transport points at and around our Centre:

Bus Stop at SEC@GI:   33°51’50”S 151°11’11”E
Entry Gate at SEC@GI:  33°52’2”S 151°11’0”E
Murray St Darling Harbour Bus Stop:  33°51’55”S 151°11’39”E
Central Eddy Ave Bay 13:  33°52’54”S 151°12’21”E
James Craig Rd Rozelle Shuttle Bus Stop:      33°52’6”S 151°10’44”E
Ferry Terminal at SEC@GI:  33°51’41”S 151°10’46”E

Travelling by taxi

If you’re already in the CBD, any taxicab will drop you off right at the venue within 10 minutes. The taxi rank is located near the entrance of Hall 3.

Arriving by public transport

The nearest train station is Town Hall. Darling Harbour is a ten-minute walk away where you can catch the free ferry service from Convention Jetty during exhibition event days.

State bus 443 leaves from Alfred Street, Circular Quay, stopping at George and York Streets, The Star casino and terminates at the Maritime Museum. From there you can catch the free bus from the stop located on Murray Street, or it’s just a short walk to the Convention Jetty where you can catch the ferry.

Arriving by free ferry

During exhibition event days, scheduled free ferry services run from the Convention Jetty at Darling Harbour. Please refer to the event website for the ferry timetable.

Convention Jetty is located outside Cyren Restaurant in the Harbourside Shopping Centre – look out for the big purple Darling Harbour balloon on top of the ferry shelter. There’s also plenty of wayfinding signage throughout Darling Harbour to help you locate the jetty.

Travel time by ferry from Darling Harbour is ten minutes. Distance from the ferry wharf to the nearest exhibition area – Hall 1 – is approximately 200 metres.

Arriving by free bus

Scheduled free bus services from Central Station and Murray Street, Darling Harbour, are also available during exhibition event days. Please refer to the event website for the bus timetable.

Buses from Central Station depart from Bus Bay 13 on Eddy Avenue, which is at the end closest to Pitt Street. Buses from Murray Street depart from the bus stop directly opposite the Pyrmont Bridge Hotel.

Travel time by bus from Central Station is 25 minutes, and between 10 – 15 minutes from Murray Street. The bus service drop-off points are directly outside either Hall 1 or 3.

Arriving by foot

The Centre runs a free shuttle bus service to support pedestrian access to the Centre during exhibition days.

The bus stop is located halfway along James Craig Road (between the two roundabouts), with the shuttle running on demand to bring visitors to and from the exhibition halls. The journey takes just two minutes by bus. Marshalls will be on hand, ready to help anyone.

Pedestrians can access James Craig Road from several points: via Sommerville Road off the stairs from Anzac Bridge, from the Balmain walkway across Victoria Road, and off The Crescent, Rozelle.

There is no direct access to the venue by foot or by bicycle.

Arriving from the airport

Catch a taxi to the Centre, which is a 30-minute drive from Sydney’s domestic and international airports.

Click here for the Centre's transport guide.

Click here for Google Maps.