Buses, Trains and Ferries
AAON is located in the heart of Parramatta, just 35 minutes [25.6km] from Sydney’s CBD via the M4 Freeway [subject to peak hour traffic and other road traffic incursions].
Our address: Level 5, 20-22 Macquarie Street Parramatta NSW 2124
Local Shuttle Service
A shuttle bus operates on a continuous loop starting from Macquarie Street near Centenary Square; connecting you to Parramatta Station, Parramatta Wharf [ferry to Sydney] and other key city locations.
Parramatta Railway Station is located on the Main Western line, as is served by Sydney Trains T1 Western Line, T2 Inner West & Leppington and T5 Cumberland Line services and NSW TrainLink Blue Mountains Line, Central West XPT and Outback Xplorer services.
The journey to Town Hall in the heart of Sydney’s CBD takes approximately 35 minutes.
Sydney’s City Circle route provides access to all key city stations, starting at Central Station (Platform 17 clockwise, Platforms 20 or 21 anti-clockwise) and loops through Town Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James, Museum and back to Central.
The other metro CBD station, Martin Place, which is currently undergoing an integrated station development is on the Eastern Suburbs Line and connects you to Kings Cross, Edgecliff and Bondi Junction, with a turn-back connection via Central with the Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line.
All links are accessed via Wireless Application Protocol [Internet] on your mobile phone.
- Sydney’s public transportation system including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, the Hunter Valley and Illawarra requires passengers to pay for travel with an Opal Card, a smartcard ticketing system which requires you to tap on and off at your departing and arriving stations. You will need to register online.
You can call the Transport Infoline for help, information, complaints and relevant feedback on 131 500.
Uber is a cashless service that provides rides to any location in Sydney.