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HAIL Seminars - Location

Lecture Theatre, CSIRO Radiophysics Laboratory
Corner Vimiera and Pembroke Road
Marsfield NSW 2122

How to get to the CSIRO ICT Centre in Marsfield

From Sydney Airport or City

Marsfield is a residential suburb about 25 km north-west of the centre of Sydney. The CSIRO Radiophysics Laboratory site which is at the corner of Vimiera and Pembroke Roads in Marsfield. The main entrance is in Pembroke Road. There are several ways to get here from the Sydney Airport:


  • By Car/Taxi: The taxi fare from the airport to Marsfield is approximately AU$80. Vimiera Road is a turning off Epping Road, near Macquarie University. Most taxis will accept credit card payment. Travelling from the city towards Epping, Vimiera Road crosses Epping Road one set of lights after Macquarie University. Turn left at Vimiera Road, then first right into Pembroke Road to reach the main gates of the Laboratory. Follow the signs to the reception area.
  • By train/bus: Take a train to the city, then a train to Epping, then a bus to the Marsfield site. A fast train departs from the airport for Central Railway Station every 15 minutes. From Central you can then catch a train to Epping along the Hornsby-via-Strathfield line. From Epping station take the bus along Epping Road. Routes 288, 289 or 290 to the city leave from the east side of the station. Get off the bus at Vimiera Road, cross Epping Road and walk along Vimiera Road on the other side. You will see the site on the corner with Pembroke Road.
  • By bus: Take a bus (including 288, 290, 292) towards Epping/Marsfield from the CBD. Many buses leave from the Queen Victoria Building in York Street, above Town Hall Station. Get off the bus at Vimiera Road and walk along Vimiera Road. You will see the site on the first corner with Pembroke Road.


CSIRO Radiophysics Laboratory, Marsfield Location Map

See Marsfield Site Description for more information.

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