University of Wollongong
South Western Sydney
33 Moore Street,
Liverpool, NSW, 2170
The City of Liverpool has six CityRail lines passing through the area, and boasts one of Sydney’s first rapid bus transit-way systems, making it easy for students to travel to and from the UOW South Western Sydney campus.
- Free Community Shuttle Bus Service: Liverpool City Council offers a free community shuttle bus, which operates Monday to Friday and is en route to the UOW SWS Campus. The Community Shuttle is an easy method for getting around Liverpool. UOW SWS students do not need a ticket. Just refer to the timetable, look out for the bus and jump on board.
- Opal Cards: Opal cards are smartcard tickets that you load money onto and use for public transport across NSW. Concession Opal cards are available for eligible full time domestic students. You need to apply for this card online. Make sure you carry your student ID card and your Opal card when you travel. International students may purchase an Adult Opal card. Find out more, including eligibility and the application process
- Train: The UOW South Western Sydney Campus is only a 4 minute walk from Liverpool railway station. This station sees an average of 22,000 commuters each day, making it one of the busiest on the Sydney rail network. Travel time to central Sydney on the East Hills line is an average 30 minutes. With the construction of the Harris Park to Merrylands railway link, Liverpool passengers also have direct railway access to the Western line and centres such as Parramatta, Penrith and the Blue Mountains. For more information please refer to Trip Planner
- Car: Liverpool has almost 5000 car parking spaces available in or near the city centre. These include free and low-cost options, short and long stay. View more information
- Bus: Liverpool boasts one of Sydney’s first rapid bus transit-way systems. The Liverpool to Parramatta bus transit-way is a dedicated 20km bus priority transport route linking the two major centres via the industrial areas of Wetherill Park and Smithfield. There are a number of operators running bus services within the Liverpool local government area. For more information please refer to Trip Planner
- Cycling: If you choose to cycle to class, Liverpool City Council offer a number of bike racks in their Dewsbury Lane carpark.
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