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Getting there and around

BRISBANE
Brisbane Powerhouse
19 Lamington St, New Farm QLD 4005
Phone: (07) 3358 8600
Map

How to get there:

Citycat: The New Farm Park CityCat jetty is a short 300m walk from Brisbane Powerhouse.

Bus Service: The 195 and 196 bus services stop at the end of Brunswick Street at Oxlade Drive, on the East side of New Farm Park. The 199 bus stops at Merthyr Road and Hawthorne Street. Both stops are a short walk away from Brisbane Powerhouse. For more information on public transit schedules and stop locations visit translink.com.au.

Taxi: The taxi collect and drop-off area is in the car park beside the Stores Building. Free taxi phones are located in the foyer opposite the box office.

Parking: The Brisbane Powerhouse carpark has over 100 free car parks. We encourage you to arrive early to give yourself enough time to find a park (and our tip is to head to New Farm Park first as these parks don’t fill as quickly). Secure bicycle racks are available outside of the Stores and Turbine buildings. Please note on Saturdays there is no parking on site because of the markets.

Accessibility: There is a drop-off area in the Brisbane Powerhouse car park with level access to the Stores Building and lift access to the main building. All levels of Brisbane Powerhouse are accessible by lift. The Turbine Platform can be accessed via ramp. On entry to the theatre, an usher will direct you to your seats.

SYDNEY
Darlinghurst Theatre (sometimes called the Eternity Playhouse)
Eternity Playhouse, 39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Google map
Phone: (02) 9331 3107

From Central station: There are regular buses, including the 311 and M10. If you are walking from there it will take you around 18 minutes, according to Google Maps (and our event manager).

From Circular Quay: Regular bus routes that run from Circular Quay to Oxford Street such as the L94, 396 and 392.

Eternity Playhouse is conveniently located in the bustling Oxford Street precinct, close to public transport links and the Bourke Street cycleway.

Parking is available at the
Riley Street Wilson Parking Station.

Accessibility: Wheelchair access is available.


Questions

Partnerships and ticketing: Lauren Katsikitis, lauren.katsikitis@walkleys.com
Storyology program and timing: Clare Fletcher, clare.fletcher@walkleys.com
Website and student reporters: Kate Golden, kate.golden@walkleys.com
Logistics including A/V questions: Lauren Dixon, lauren.dixon@walkleys.com
Scholarships and volunteers: Barb Blackman, barbara.blackman@walkleys.com