Festival delegates who require accommodation in Sydney are welcome to take advantage of the discounted accommodation rates available from InHouse Event Solutions. Due to limited occupancy availability in Sydney during the Festival period, book early to avoid disappointment. Enquire now.
Cockatoo Island offers one of the world's great camping experiences. Just minutes from Circular Quay by ferry, all campers have access to our hot showers and communal camp kitchen with BBQs, fridges, microwaves and a boiling water system. Enquire now.
Award winning park just 12kms from Circular Quay, the Lane Cove River Tourist Park is located in the bushland and eucalypt forests of Lane Cove National Park. Public transport is readily available with North Ryde railway station and bus stops a 10 minute walk away. Enquire now.
> Flying to Sydney
Sydney Airport is Australia’s international gateway, serviced by all the major passenger airlines. It offers more than 600 scheduled services per week, including direct or one-stop services from major hub cities. The city centre is a convenient 8 kilometres from the airport, accessible by airport link train or taxi.
Unless you’re an Australian or New Zealand citizen, you’ll need a visa to enter the country. For the most up-to-date information about how to apply for a visa before arriving in Australia, visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
> Getting around Sydney
Sydney's public transport system features a comprehensive network of train, bus and ferry services. Light rail lines, airport links, sightseeing buses and taxi services complement the network. Plan your trip.