Carriageworks acknowledges the traditional custodians, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
Carriageworks is the largest multi-arts centre in Australia. We commission Australian and International artists to make monumental new work that intersects with contemporary ideas. Reflecting the diverse communities of urban Sydney, our artist-led program is ambitious, radical and always inclusive.
Carriageworks is a registered COVID-Safe business. To ensure the wellbeing of our visitors, we are following strict guidelines set by NSW State Government and Live Performance Australia. Help us keep everyone safe by supporting our COVID-Safe plan.
If you feel unwell
Please do not visit if have experienced cold or flu like symptoms in the past 14-days, are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, or have returned from overseas or a hotspot area. Stay home and take care.
Wear a mask
We strongly recommend wearing a mask at all times when visiting Carriageworks, particularly when attending a live performance in one of our theatres.
Register at entry
All visitors are required by law to provide contact information for contact tracing. We have QR codes at entry so you can register with your phone. Please speak to a staff member if you need assistance.
Good hand hygiene
Please use hand sanitiser provided at entry and throughout the site.
Please practise physical distancing at all times. Avoid congregating in public areas, queue wherever indicated and always follow instructions from staff.
Cloak room closed
Large bags and equipment will not be permitted in theatres. You may be denied entry to an event if you are carrying a bag or item larger than A4.
Food and drink
Under NSW Government regulations you cannot stand while consuming alcohol. If the cafe is open during your visit, please take a seat in the public space after purchasing a drink or snack. Please note we are prohibited from providing water stations or disposable cups.
Cashless payments only
Please bring a credit or debit card for any onsite purchases, as we accept cashless payments only.
Travelling to Carriageworks
We encourage travelling outside of peak hours.
Enhanced daily cleaning
We have implemented enhanced cleaning procedures across the precinct. This includes regular cleaning of high-touch surfaces throughout the day. Please be mindful of high traffic areas and keep touching to a minimum.
ENTRY AND PARKING
Carriageworks is wheelchair accessible. The ramp leading to the main entrance is accessed on street level via Wilson St. The closest train station with no steps or wheelchair access is Newtown Station, a 20 minute stroll to Carriageworks. Taxis can enter at 229 Wilson St (opposite Queen St) for level access entry.
INSIDE THE VENUE
For patrons with mobility restrictions or wheelchairs, level access and accessible seating is available in all theatres. There are wheelchair accessible toilets on site.
Carriageworks is a short walk from Redfern (approx 5 minute walk), Macdonaldtown (approx 10 minute walk) or Newtown (approx 15 minute walk) train stations. Carriageworks recommends using public transport.
The nearest bus stop is on the corner of Codrington St and City Rd, which is a five minute walk from Carriageworks. Bus routes are 422, 423, 426, 428, 370, 352.
There are bike lanes on surrounding streets and free bike racks on site.
TAXI / DROP OFF
Vehicle entry is at 229 Wilson St (opposite Queen St).
Carriageworks is located near to Sydney University, the Seymour Centre, and Australian Technology Park. Casual parking is available at these sites for a fee.
Casual parking at Sydney University – 5 minute walk. .
Casual parking at Seymour Centre – 7 minute walk. .
For more information on getting to Carriageworks click here to access their visitors page.
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