Getting Here

Walking

The Rocks is an easy, 15-minute downhill stroll from Town Hall station, 10-minutes from Wynyard station. The main entry point to The Rocks is via George Street. If you’re walking from Darling Harbour, you can take Hickson Road via Walsh Bay, or Kent and Argyle streets through Millers Point.

Train

Take the train to Circular Quay, head in the direction of Sydney Harbour Bridge, and you're only a stroll away. If you’re coming from Wynyard station, walk north down George Street towards the harbour and you’ll be here in 10 minutes. Visit transportnsw.info

Bus

For buses travelling through the CBD along Elizabeth Street, get off the bus at Bridge Street and head north to The Rocks. Visit transportnsw.info

Ferry

Catch a ferry to Circular Quay and you’re only a short stroll away. Visit transportnsw.info

By car

There are a number of secure, conveniently-located parking stations in The Rocks. Click here to find out more.

Taxi

You’ll find taxi ranks on George Street near Playfair Street, on George Street at the Metcalfe Arcade, at the Overseas Passenger Terminal, and Alfred Street at Circular Quay.

Light Rail

Sydney’s new light rail is a great way to travel to The Rocks.

The L2 Randwick Line includes 14 stops from the Randwick Hospitals Campus, UNSW, Moore Park, Surry Hills, Central, CBD and ending right on The Rocks' doorstep at Alfred Street, Circular Quay.

Plan your trip and read more about the light rail

 

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Sydney St Patrick's Day Organisation would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of this land and pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.