Innovation and Growth Strategies in Marketing

2015 ANZMAC Conference

Nov 30 - Dec 2 | Sydney, Australia
Nov 28 - 29 | Doctoral Colloquium

UNSW Business

Travel Information

  • Sydney Airport Transfers
  • Getting around UNSW
  • Accommodation

Sydney Buses

Sydney Buses operates a timetabled service, Route 400, between Bondi Junction and Burwood which stops at both the International (T1) and Domestic (T3) terminals. Clearly marked bus stops are located on the arrivals level outside each of these terminals. General information about fares, timetables and connections to other parts of Sydney is available at


All limousine services to and from the domestic and international terminals must be pre-arranged at Sydney Airport. It is against the law for drivers or their agents to approach you or to solicit a fare from you. If you intend to use a limousine but have not pre-booked, a reservation counter operated by Royale Limousines is located inside the arrivals area of the International Terminal (T1).

Hotel transfer - Sydney CBD area

Check if your hotel offers a complimentary pick up/drop off service when booking your accommodation.

Drivers should not approach you

It is against the law for drivers or their agents to approach you or to solicit a fare from you. All limousine and shuttle bus services must be pre-arranged.

By Train

Sydney Airport is located just 13 minutes by train from the city. There are train stations located at both the International and Domestic terminals, which operate as part of the Airport Link train service.

The Domestic terminal train station is located directly between T2 and T3 terminals and is accessible from within the terminals from the Arrivals level.

The International terminal train station is located at the northern end of the terminal and is accessible from the Arrivals level.

Airport Link is a fast and convenient way to reach the centre of Sydney. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes and the journey to the city takes only 13 minutes. The international and domestic rail stations link directly to the City Circle line, which means most city destinations are within a short walk of stations.

For more information about Airport Link, including fares, maps and travel planners, visit the Airport Link website or phone +61 2 8337 8417.

For the latest information about the Sydney train network, service and trackwork updates, and other Sydney train information, visit the Sydney Trains website.

By Taxi

Each terminal has its own sheltered taxi rank with supervisors on hand during peak times to ensure a smooth flow of taxis for travellers.

Kerbside supervisors can also organise taxis with baby capsules, wheelchair access, five-seaters and maxi taxis for larger groups or station wagons for large amounts of baggage. Drivers are required to accept all fares, small or large, from the airport. If you are only travelling a short distance, drivers can return to their place in the queue after they have taken you to where you need to go. The kerbside management team will help you and your driver with this request.

Below are some approximate return fares you can expect to pay to and from Sydney Airport. Remember passengers pay for any bridge or road tolls on top of the fare (these fares are in Australian dollars and are based on non-peak traffic conditions).

Fare estimates:

Sydney City $45-55 (one way).
North Sydney $55 - $65 (one way).
Manly $90 - $100 (one way).
Parramatta $100 - $120 (one way).
Liverpool $95 - $110 (one way).
Cronulla $75 - $85 (one way)

A $4.00 airport toll is payable by all passengers taking a taxi from any of Sydney Airport’s taxi ranks.

Opal Cards

The Opal card is an easy, convenient way of paying for your travel on public transport. It's the only card you'll need to get around on all public transport including trains, ferries, buses and light rail.

MyBus, MyTrain and MyFerry tickets are available for single journeys, but if you plan to travel regularly or are staying for more than a few days, the Opal Card is a great option. It is a contactless smartcard ticketing system used on the public transport network in Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Hunter, Illawarra and the Southern Highlands. You can purchase an Opal Card from retailers including 7-Eleven, pop-up kiosks at train stations, some Woolworths supermarkets and select Westfield Sydney Shopping Centres. Use cash or EFTPOS to load a starting value of $10 for adults and $5 for children onto your card. With an Opal Card you can travel all day for no more than $15 a day for adults, and $7.50 for children Monday – Saturday.

Travel as much as you want on Sundays and pay no more than $2.50 from 4am Sunday morning until 3.59am Monday morning. Further information available at

UNSW Website

Address of School of Marketing
The School of Marketing is located on level 3 of the Quadrangle Building.

Maps of UNSW
Campus map pdf

Explore the campus with our Virtual Tour

Getting to UNSW

Transport Info:

The 131500 Transport Info service has been designed to provide you with all the information you need to plan an efficient and successful journey across the entire public transport network (including buses, trains and ferries).

Visit this site to:

  • plan your individual trip
  • view bus, train and ferry timetables
  • view fare information
  • download transport apps.

Where to buy tickets on campus: Students and staff can purchase travel tickets or top up their Opal card balance at the following retailers on campus.

  • WH Smith - Newsagent, Shop 4 and 5, Morven Brown Building (C20)
  • WH Smith - Newsagent, Shop G035C, The Quadrangle (E15)
  • UNSW Post Office, Library Walk, Mathews Building (F22)
  • New College Village Convenience Store (H3), New College Postgrad Village, Anzac Pde


Buses to UNSW from Central Station; UNSW Express Bus routes (890, 891, 892 and 895) run to and from Eddy Avenue, Central Station. These routes are prepay only and are fast and high frequency. Alternative services:

  • 339 Central Station on Foveaux St just east of Elizabeth St.
  • 372 Central Station
  • 373 Museum Station
  • 374 Central Station
  • 376 Museum Station
  • 377 Museum Station.

Bus tickets and fares :

Fare evasion: You can incur an on-the-spot fine of $200 or more if you travel without a valid ticket. State Transit Revenue Protection Officers monitor all bus services and are frequent visitors on bus service routes to and from UNSW campuses.

Getting to the University

The Kensington Campus can be accessed via public transport. There is no train line to Kensington, but many buses pass the university. Information pertaining to all modes and routes of public transport can be found at: Information about fares can also be found at: It is important to be aware that some buses run directly from city train stations to the Kensington Campus, and that these buses accept only pre-payment.

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UNSW Residential Colleges

UNSW Residential Colleges provide a community lifestyle that encourages the new friendships and experiences that are essential to a fulfilling University life. Being on campus at UNSW is about being a part of a community. For more information on the Colleges and their points of difference please click on the link:

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Online booking portal will close on Friday 13 November – don’t miss out!

Note: There are 3 accommodation periods available for selection to the ANZMAC 2015 conference. Please select the block of dates most applicable to your attendance at the conference and complete your booking online. If you would like to extend your accommodation, please contact the Conference Manager at UNSW Residential Communities, Mr. Nicholas Dowd on Nicholas can facilitate a separate booking for this extension and payment can be completed by credit card upon arrival.

TFE Hotels

Book here for the following properties. Please use code TH7475067 to receive a discount at the following TFE hotels.

Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee 4*
183 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee

A short walk from the golden sands and rolling surf of Coogee Beach, this hotel is conveniently close to great dining and entertainment. The hotel features 86 spacious one and two bedroom apartments and studio rooms. The rooms are modern, yet comfortable. At the day’s end, returning to your hotel will feel like coming home. Take a dip in the indoor heated pool or get in a quick workout in the gym, then take it easy in your studio or apartment.

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Central 4.5*
2 Lee Street, Sydney

From this magnificently restored post office and heritage-listed landmark hotel in Sydney, you can walk to Chinatown and Darling Harbour with their great bars and restaurants. The Sydney CBD, Sydney’s Spanish Quarter and IMAX Theatre are also just blocks away. A walk or short ride on the bus or City Circle train will take you to the Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay Ferries, the Harbour Bridge, The Rocks historic precinct and Hyde Park. The hotel offers apartments and studios that are spacious and welcoming, with all the comforts of home. The one and two bedroom apartments have fully equipped kitchens. Many have panoramic city, skyline views.

Adina Apartment Hotel Bondi Beach 4.5*
69-73 Hall Street, Bondi Beach

Situated on Hall Street – Bondi’s hip strip - the hotel has the area’s trendiest restaurants, cafes and bars on the doorstep, and a myriad of others within strolling distance. The hotel features 111 well-appointed one and two bedroom apartments and studio rooms.

A short walk will find you on one of the most iconic beaches in the world. This famous break is the ideal place to surf (even for first-timers), take a swim in the ocean, or do some laps at Icebergs pool by the cliffs.

The hotel’s stylish studios and one, two or three bedroom apartments are spacious and well appointed with all the comforts of home, including iPod docking station, wireless and broadband internet, grocery delivery service and in-room movies.

Travelodge Hotel Sydney 3.5*
27 Wentworth Ave, Sydney

Travelodge Hotel Sydney is located on the edge of Sydney’s CBD, close to major city streets. Additionally, this Sydney, Australia hotel is near the serenity of Hyde Park. It is also close to Museum Station and many major Sydney attractions which makes Travelodge Hotel Sydney an ideal ‘home base’ from which to explore all that this diverse city has to offer. As well as Sydney CBD, Travelodge Hotel Sydney offers a great base to explore the exciting inner city suburbs of Surry Hills, Darlinghurst and Paddington, bursting with great cafes, restaurants, nightlife and shopping. This Sydney hotel has 406 hotel rooms over 18 levels.

Vibe Hotel Sydney 4.5*
111 Goulburn Street, Sydney

Perfectly positioned in the heart of Sydney CBD, Vibe Hotel Sydney is surrounded by Sydney’s premier attractions such as Hyde Park, Chinatown, and Centrepoint Tower as well as minutes away from the exciting suburbs of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst. Stay in one of the 191 spacious hotel guest rooms, including 13 suites.

Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central 4*
Cnr of George and Quay Street, Sydney

A vibrant hotel conveniently located adjacent to Railway Square in the heart of Sydney, Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central combines clean lines, contemporary style and a personal feel to offer you a warm welcome. The 116 chic rooms and suites at Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central feature smart design and stylish decor to help you enjoy a productive and comfortable stay. You will appreciate having a refreshing personal space equipped with modern amenities, including an iPod docking station, broadband internet access and an invigorating rain shower in the ensuite bathroom.

For any assistance with accommodation suggestions or bookings please contact Tania Khoury from Anywhere Travel: