There are many ways of traveling to DXC in Macquarie Park, with regular train and bus services extending to most suburbs across Sydney. If you live within a few kilometres of the office, cycling and walking is the most healthy, convenient and cheapest way to travel. If distance or convenience is why you drive, consider carpooling or mixing your travel modes for part of the journey.
Getting to DXC
Getting to DXC
19 bus routes travel to DXC from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill .... find out more here
While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, we have around 341 on-site parking spaces.
Parking is available on-site in reserved DXC parking bays on a first-come first-serve basis. Access is via employee swipe card at the entrance to the car park.
There are a limited number spaces available for contractors.
Visitor parking is available at the front of the building and can be arranged by contacting reception in advance.
Maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles must use the loading dock accessed via the left-side driveway off 26 Talavera Rd.
DXC has free bicycle parking available on-site. Secure bike racks are located via the car park.
Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to DXC available on-site. Lockers and shower facilities are located on the car parking level.
Macquarie Park station is located on the corner of Waterloo and Lane Cove Roads. Regular train services operate on the Northern Line between Hornsby and the City via Macquarie Park.
The station is wheelchair accessible and open 24 hours each day. Services run approximately every 10 minutes in each direction during peak times - find out more...
The Opal card makes traveling on public transport in Sydney easy - register here
Arrive at the airport in 60 minutes by catching the T1 from Macquarie Park Station change at Central station and take the T2 to Sydney Domestic Airport.
Over 1,000 bus services have been added to Macquarie Park in 2017-18 from centres including Blacktown, Parramatta and Castle Hill. find out more here...
If you live within a 7.5km radius of Macquarie Park, the on demand bus service provided by Keolis Downer could be for you - the new service offers a fast, reliable and personalised travel experience.
With Keoride, you are in control of your transport journey and can book a vehicle to pick you up from a designated pick up point within the catchment area and take you to a designated drop off point in Macquarie Park or North Ryde. Find out more and download the app from the App Store or Google Play now.
Does your commute to work need a lift? Try Co-Hop ride-share. Meet new friends, save on petrol and parking costs while helping to save the planet and reduce congestion – all before you start work.
Co-Hop is the fun, easy, safe place for ride-sharing to and from Macquarie Park. Run by Connect Macquarie Park it makes a difference, already saving 7,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions.
So don't get mad at the traffic, help do something about it
Ride to work
Ride to work
If you live within a 5 km radius of Macquarie Park and North Ryde you can cut your commute time in half by riding your bike during peak-times. Connect has partnered with BikeCitizensAPP + Finn - to give members a free hands-free navigation app and smartphone holder for your bike - email us to get yours today.
You can take your bicycle on a Sydney or Intercity train for free at any time. If you want to change up your plans - then you can hire secure bike lockers at many train stations, wharves and interchanges.
Connect is a supporter of the national Ride2Work Day every October. Come along and take part in Australia's biggest active workplace event - learn more.
Including walking in your daily transport routine helps you to maintain a healthy weight, improve your fitness and lower your risk of developing conditions such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis.
While the minimal requirement to walk is a comfortable pair of shoes, there are a number of things that can help make the journey more comfortable for longer walks.
We know that Tuesday mornings, Wednesday mornings and Friday afternoons are the most congested times to drive in, out and around Macquarie Park. 8.15am is the "peak of the peak" for Macquarie Park. Planning your journey so you arrive before 8am or just before 9am would reduce the amount of time you spend sitting in traffic. For example travelling at the "peak of the peak" can add 24-minutes to a 30-minute journey - that's 54 minutes in total!
Cars on demand
Cars on demand
You are spoilt for choice with a broad range of travel options available to you to get around Macquarie Park. Here are some travel ideas worth considering for short trips or meetings.
Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. There are 12 GoGet pods located throughout Macquarie Park and North Ryde - find one near you.
Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis.