Carriageworks is the largest multi-arts centre in Australia. The venue commissions Australian and International artists to make monumental new work that intersects with contemporary ideas. Reflecting the diverse communities of urban Sydney, their artist-led program is ambitious, radical and always inclusive.
Train – Carriageworks is easily accessible by train. Walk eight minutes from Redfern Station, ten minutes from Macdonaldtown Station or 15 minutes from Newtown Station.
Bus – Bus routes 422, 423, 426, 428, 370, 352 stop on City Road at Codrington Street, a five minute walk from Carriageworks.
Parking – Limited on-site parking is available at the end of Carriageworks Way. Enter via 229 Wilson Street. We encourage taking public transport when possible.
Bike – There are bike lanes on nearby streets and bike racks within the Carriageworks precinct.
Carriageworks is a registered COVID-Safe business. To ensure the wellbeing of their visitors, the venue is following strict guidelines set by NSW State Government and Live Performance Australia. Help us keep everyone safe by supporting the COVID-Safe plan.
Carriageworks is wheelchair accessible. If you need a wheelchair, please see our staff at the visitor services desk on arrival or call +61 2 8571 9099 to arrange prior to your visit.
An access ramp leading to the main entrance is located at street level at 245 Wilson Street.
Accessible parking is available at the end of Carriageworks Way. Enter via 229 Wilson Street.
Taxis can enter at 229 Wilson Street for level access entry.
The closest train station with wheelchair access is Newtown Station.
Facilities and services
The Carriageworks car park includes four mobility parking spaces.
Accessible toilets are located off the public space within the main building.
Service animals are welcome throughout the precinct.
Carriageworks does not have a hearing loop.
Please call Carriageworks on +61 2 8571 9099 10am-6pm daily for any further information or assistance.