Getting to Artsite  


Artsite Galleries Sydney


  • 165-167 Salisbury Road
    Corner of St Marys Street,
    Camperdown | Sydney

  • [02] 95199677

  • [02] 80959678

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Main Landmarks driving to Artsite Gallery

Main Landmarks:

  • Sydney University and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
  • City Road/King Street
  • Carillion Avenue/Missendon Road
  • Mallett Street/Salisbury Road
  • Australia Street
  • Note: Some Car GPS information may not be accurate.

2P Street Parking in the surrounding streets.


  • 2P Parking Available in surrounding streets.





Walking to Artsite Galleries Sydney

412 Bus Route From City
(Martin Place at Elizabeth Street | Central Station | Railway Square):

  • Bus stop is located at the intersection of Salisbury Road and Australia Street approximately 100 metres before the Gallery.
  • The next bus stop is located approximately 50 metres after the gallery.

412 Bus Route From Campsie:

  • Bus stop from Campsie is located just past the Kingston Road traffic lights on Salisbury Road approximately 50 metres before the Gallery.
  • The next bus stop is located approximately 100 metres past the gallery, after the Australia Street traffic lights.

Walking to Artsite Galleries Sydney from Parramatta Road bus stop

Bus Routes From/To City via Parramatta Road

  • 438 (Elizabeth Street)
  • 440 (George Street | Central Station)
  • 480 (Central Railway George Street)
Note: Bus stops on Parramatta Road, near Australia Street and Denison Street, Camperdown, it is a short walk via Australia Street or Dennison Street to Salisbury Road intersection then turn right (west) and continue approximately 50 metres to Gallery.

Walking to Artsite Galleries Sydney from Newtown Train Station

Newtown Railway Station:

  • Cross at intersection and walk down Australia Street (opposite Station) to Salisbury Road, turn left (West) and walk approximately 100 metres to Gallery.

Stanmore Railway station:

  • Exit station on Percival Street side and walk straight ahead approx 30metres and then walk east along Salisbury Road to Gallery.