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Aristocrat


Aristocrat

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Aristocrat


Aristocrat

Plan your trip

Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Aristocrat 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. 

Aristocrat transport connections

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie Park station is located on Lane Cove Road on the corner of Waterloo Road. Regular train services operate on the Northern Line between Hornsby and the City via Macquarie Park.

The station is wheelchair accessible and open from 5am to 1am each day. Services run approximately every 15 minutes in each direction - find out more...

The Opal card makes traveling on public transport in Sydney easy - register here

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to Aristocrat from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Aristocrat's transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

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.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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 your today.

Bike Parking 

Aristocrat has free bicycle parking available on-site opposite the lift on B1.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Aristocrat available on-site opposite the lift on B1. Showers can also be found in all disabled bathrooms on site.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, we have around 235 parking spaces.

For permanent employees

Parking is available on-site in reserved Aristocrat parking bays on levels B2 and B3. To register for parking you'll need to provide your registration number to reception, agree to our parking policy and collect a carpark sticker. Waitlists may apply.

For contractors

There are a limited number spaces available for contractors. 

For visitors

Visitor parking is available directly out the front of reception and can be booked by your host on-site at Aristocrat.

For maintenance or deliveries  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles must use the loading dock accessed via Epping Road.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Aristocrat's closest GoGet pod is located 3 Thomas Holt Drive at the front entrance of Foxtel - 5 minutes walk.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is 2 Drake Avenue Macquarie Park.

45% of you use sustainable transport

Aristocrat has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to Macquarie Park and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

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Konica Minolta


Konica

Minolta

Plan your trip

Konica Minolta


Konica

Minolta

Plan your trip

Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Konica Minolta 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. 

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie Park station is located on Lane Cove Road on the corner of Waterloo Road. Regular train services operate on the Northern Line between Hornsby and the City via Macquarie Park.

The station is wheelchair accessible and open from 5am to 1am each day. Services run approximately every 15 minutes in each direction - find out more...

The Opal card makes traveling on public transport in Sydney easy - register here

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to Konica Minolta from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Konica Minolta's transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

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.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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

Bike Parking 

Konica Minolta has free bicycle parking available on-site. Ride through the entrance to the car park at 4 Drake Avenue and turn left. Keep travelling till you see the bicycle cage and shower facilities. Use the Building B lift well to access Konica Minolta. 

Free motorbike parking spaces are available on Level B1.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Konica Minolta available on-site. Shower facilities are available near the Lockers on level B1 of the car park and in the accessible toilet facilities on each floor of the building. Lockers are limited and there is a wait list. Contact Facilities to be added to the waitlist.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, we have around 235 parking spaces.

For permanent employees

The company has very limited paid parking facilities available onsite. Wait lists apply. Contact Facilities if you would like to be added to the waitlist. You'll need to provide your registration number and agree to the parking policy.

For contractors

There may be a limited number spaces available for contractors. Contractors please speak with your site contact if you require parking.

For visitors

A limited number of Konica Minolta Visitor parking spaces are available by the lift well on level B1. Access to the carpark is via Drake Avenue.  Press 2 and then the Green button on the intercom at the boom gate to contact reception to be admitted.  Alternatively, 2 hour on street parking is available in Drake Avenue and surrounding streets at a cost of $3.00 per hour.

For maintenance or deliveries  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles must use the loading dock accessed via 85 Epping Road and use the Building B Lifts to access Konica Minolta Reception.

Looking to stay a little longer

There are a number of accomodation options in the Macquarie Park area within walking distance of Konica Minolta, including;

Travelodge Hotel Macquarie North Ryde

Courtyard by Marriott Sydney-North Ryde

Holiday Inn Express Sydney-Macquarie Park

To search for more options, click here.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Konica Minolta's closest GoGet pod is located 3 Thomas Holt Drive at the front entrance of Foxtel - 5 minutes walk.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is 2 Drake Avenue Macquarie Park. 

Almost 50% of you use sustainable transport

Konica Minolta has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to Macquarie Park and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

 
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Novartis


Novartis


Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Novartis 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. 

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie Park station is located on Lane Cove Road on the corner of Waterloo Road. Regular train services operate on the Northern Line between Hornsby and the City via Macquarie Park.

The station is wheelchair accessible and open from 5am to 1am 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

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to Novartis from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Novartis' transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

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.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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.

Bike Parking and End of trip facilities

Novartis has free bicycle parking available on-site. Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Novartis. Please enter via 54 Waterloo Road. The entry is next to our Reception.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, we have around 224 parking spaces. 

For permanent employees

Please email feedback.waterloo@novartis.com. You'll need to provide your registration number and agree to our parking policy. Waitlists may apply. 

For visitors

Visitor parking is available by contacting reception 24 hours in advance.

For maintenance or deliveries  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles must use the visitor parking accessed via Waterloo Road. 

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Novartis' closest GoGet pod is located in a dedicated bay in front of the Novartis building. 

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is in front of our main entrance at 54 Waterloo Road.

Nearly 60% of you use sustainable transport

Novartis has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to Macquarie Park and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

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BOC


BOC


Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to BOC Elgas in North Ryde, 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. 

BOC transport connections

Fly to work on the train

North Ryde station is located on Delhi Road. 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 15 minutes in each direction - find out more...

The Opal card makes traveling on public transport in Sydney easy - register here

Connected to 27 bus services

27 bus routes travel to BOC Elgas from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View BOC Elgas' transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

Arrive at the airport in 60 minutes by catching the T1 from North Ryde Station change at Central station and take the T2 to Sydney Domestic Airport.

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 and North Ryde. Run by Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

If you live within a 5 km radius of 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

Bike Parking 

BOC Elgas has free bicycle parking available on-site. For more information on how to utilise the bicycle storage space please visit our intranet. Please read our Building Access Policy carefully, also available on our intranet

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to BOC Elgas including lockers and bicycle storage space. There are showers, bathroom facilities and towels available to accommodate staff if required. For more information on how to register for a locker or utilise the bicycle storage space please visit our intranet.

Please read our Building Access Policy carefully, also available on our intranet

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, on-site parking is available.

For permanent employees

At the North Ryde site there is one road leading in and out of the venue. Parking on site is limited and access to these car parks is offered as a privilege to employees who choose to drive to work and is granted at the discretion of BOC management. This means that staff members are encouraged to actively seek alternate means of transport to travel to and from work. For more information, please visit our intranet.

For contractors

There are a limited number spaces available for contractors. Contractors are not provided access to the underground secure parking. Please read our Building Access Policy carefully, also available on our intranet

For visitors

At the North Ryde site there is one road leading in and out of the venue.

The ground level open car park at the front of the building is for visitors only. Contact Building Security via intercom as you pull up to the electronic boom gate adjacent to the front car park

For maintenance or deliveries  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles follow the same process as visitors to the site (see Parking - for Visitors)

Looking to stay a little longer

BOC Elgas North Ryde uses the following, preferred hotels:

Quest North Ryde Serviced Apartments

Silkari Suites at Chatswood.

As a first step, however, BOC employees and contractors are encouraged to visit our Travel page on the BOC RSP intranet.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park and North Ryde. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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 and North Ryde. 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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

Cars on demand

You are spoilt for choice with a broad range of travel options available to you to get around Macquarie Park and North Ryde. Here are some travel ideas worth considering for short trips or meetings.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. BOC Elgas' closest GoGet pod is located at the front entrance of BOC Elgas.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is outside the main entrance, on the building side of the ground level open car park at the front of the building.

Almost 40% of you use sustainable transport

BOC Elgas has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to North Ryde and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

Foxtel


Foxtel


Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Foxtel in North Ryde, 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. 

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie Park station is located on Lane Cove Road on the corner of Waterloo Road. 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

Connected to 27 bus services

27 bus routes travel to Foxtel from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Foxtel's transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

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.

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 and North Ryde. Run by Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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.

Bike Parking 

Foxtel has free bicycle parking available on-site located in the following areas:

  • FHQ building basement
  • Building 3 basement
  • and outside FTC building.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Foxtel. These facilities are located in the following areas:

  • FHQ building basement
  • Building 3 basement - please contact Building Services for access.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

For permanent employees

Foxtel does provide limited parking for staff who qualify or work shift hours. Some salary sacrifice parking is available for staff. You'll need to provide your registration number and agree to our parking policy. Waitlists may apply.

For visitors

Visitor parking is available onsite and must be booked in advance via Security.

For maintenance or deliveries  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles access is permitted via Security.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park and North Ryde. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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 and North Ryde. 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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

Occasional Travel

You are spoilt for choice with a broad range of travel options available to you to get around Macquarie Park and North Ryde. Here are some travel ideas worth considering for short trips or meetings.

 

MACQUARIE CENTRE SHUTTLE

AMP Capital operates a free Macquarie Centre shuttle bus on Monday to Friday, departing from Thomas Holt Drive, outside Foxtel reception, every 15 minutes between 11.00am and 2.30pm. The trip is around 7 minutes each way and the last bus departs Macquarie Centre at 2.38pm.

The service is available only to AMP Capital customers. Those wishing to utilise the service must display the AMP Capital identification provided to your offices. Please advise Reception if you require additional stickers at any time.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Foxtel's closest GoGet pod is located at 3 Thomas Holt Drive.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is in front of the Foxtel building.

More than 50% of you use sustainable transport

Foxtel has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to North Ryde and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

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Fuji Xerox


Fuji Xerox Australia

Plan your trip

Fuji Xerox


Fuji Xerox Australia

Plan your trip

Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Fuji Xerox 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. 

Fuji Xerox Transport Map

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie University station is located on the corner of Herring Road and Waterloo Road. 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

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to Fuji Xerox from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Fuji Xerox' transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

Arrive at the airport in 60 minutes by catching the T1 from Macquarie University Station change at Central station and take the T2 to Sydney Domestic Airport.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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.

Bike Parking 

Fuji Xerox has free bicycle parking available on-site. Secure bike racks are located on the ground floor of Khartoum Road.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Fuji Xerox available on-site.  Lockers and shower facilities are located on the ground floor of Khartoum Road.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, we have limited on-site parking spaces.

For permanent employees

Limited parking is available for Fuji Xerox Australia and Upstream employees and is allocated based on demand, position, home location and special circumstances.   For more information visit the On the Move intranet page – Employee Transport Plan – parking.  Waitlists and eligibility apply. 

For contractors

There are a limited number spaces available for contractors. 

For visitors

Limited visitor parking is available and can be arranged by contacting reception 24 hours in advance. 

For maintenance or deliveries  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles must use allocated parking in the loading dock area.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
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Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Fuji Xerox' closest GoGet pod is located in front of the Novartis building at 54 Waterloo Road - 5 minutes walk.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is at the Khartoum Road entry to the building.

More than 30% of you use sustainable transport

Fuji Xerox has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to Macquarie Park and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

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Fujitsu


Fujitsu


Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Fujitsu 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. 

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie University station is located on the corner of Herring Road and Waterloo Road. 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

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to Fujitsu from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Fujitsu's transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

Arrive at the airport in 60 minutes by catching the T1 from Macquarie University Station change at Central station and take the T2 to Sydney Domestic Airport.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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 your today.

Bike Parking 

Fujitsu has free bicycle parking available on-site accessed via the entry door to the bike room next to the B1 carpark boomgate. A Fujitsu staff security pass is required to access the bike room.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Fujitsu available on the B1 level of the car park. There is also one shower on each floor of the tenancy. Apply for a locker via theconnectedworkplace@au.fujitsu.com

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, we do offer limited on-site parking.  The B1 and B2 carparks are accessed via the rear of the building at the Christie Road end of the driveway accessed from the M2 northbound on ramp opposite Herring Road. Please refer to the site map above.

For permanent employees

Parking is available on-site and is allocated via an annual ballot. For ballot details please see the Macquarie Park Wiki on the Fujitsu Infoworld page. 

For visitors

There are 5 visitor parking spaces available in the B1 carpark. These spaces must be pre booked with reception by Fujitsu staff for their visitors. Visitors are to buzz reception on the entrance intercom on arrival to be granted access. 

For maintenance or deliveries  

Courier and delivery vehicles less than 2.2m high may enter through the B1 boomgate to drop off deliveries.  Delivery trucks higher than 2.2m can park to the side of the rear driveway, ensuring sufficient space is available for vehicle access, or in the undercover area between the buildings accessed via the Talavera Road entrance. Please refer to the site map above.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Fujitsu's closest GoGet pod is located at Macquarie Shopping Centre on the Rooftop Car Park, on Level 4.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is at the marked taxi zone at the rear of the Fujitsu building near the Christie Road end of the driveway accessed from the M2 northbound on ramp opposite Herring Road.

TAXI

We generally use Silver Service Taxis and arrange to pick up at the marked taxi zone at the rear of the building near the Christie Road end of the driveway accessed from the M2 northbound on ramp opposite Herring Road. Call our provider, Deepak on 0430 101 087.

Stay in touch!

Fujitsu has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to Macquarie Park and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

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Schneider Electric


Schneider Electric

Plan your trip

Schneider Electric


Schneider Electric

Plan your trip

Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to Schneider Electric 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. 

Schneider Electric transport connections

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie University station is located on the corner of Herring Road and Waterloo Road. 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

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to Schneider Electric from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Schneider Electric's transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

Arrive at the airport in 60 minutes by catching the T1 from Macquarie University Station change at Central station and take the T2 to Sydney Domestic Airport.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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.

Bike Parking 

Schneider Electric has free bicycle parking available on-site in the basement carpark.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to Schneider Electric available in the basement carpark.  Showers can also be found in all disabled bathrooms on site.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, we have around << insert parking here>> parking spaces.

FOR PERMANENT EMPLOYEES

Parking is available on-site. To register for parking you'll need to provide your registration number to reception, agree to our parking policy and collect a carpark sticker. Waitlists may apply.

FOR CONTRACTORS

There are a limited number spaces available for contractors. 

FOR VISITORS

Visitor parking is available  <<insert Schneider Electric info here>>

FOR MAINTENANCE OR DELIVERIES  

Repairs, maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles <<insert Schneider Electric info here>>

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. Schneider Electric's closest GoGet pod is located in the carpark of Holiday Inn Express, at 10 Byfield Street.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is <<insert details here>>.

More than 40% of you use sustainable transport

Schneider Electric has partnered with Connect to increase travel choices to Macquarie Park and fulfil our commitment to making your journey to work as easy as possible. Subscribe to Connect's newsletter to keep up-to-date with transport news and events for Macquarie Park.

Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to BSA in North Ryde, 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. 

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie Park station is located on Lane Cove Road on the corner of Waterloo Road. 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

Connected to 27 bus services

27 bus routes travel to BSA from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View BSA's transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

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.

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 and North Ryde. Run by Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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.

Bike Parking 

BSA has free bicycle parking available on-site located in the basement.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities for employees who cycle or run to BSA. These facilities are located in the basement - please contact  Reception@bsa.com.au for access.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

For permanent employees

BSA provides limited parking for staff, both on and off-site. You'll need to contact  Reception@bsa.com.au to apply and agree to our parking policy. Waitlists may apply.

For visitors

Visitor parking is available onsite and must be booked in advance via  Reception@bsa.com.au.

For maintenance or deliveries  

Access for maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles is available and should be arranged via  Reception@bsa.com.au.

Photo by Lightcome/iStock / Getty Images

Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park and North Ryde. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

Photo by twentyfourworks/iStock / Getty Images

Connect concierge

Confused about your travel options? That's ok, we are here to help. Just fill in your journey details below and we'll connect you with your best travel options. Or call us on 1300 761 527.

Name *
Name
Photo by intararit/iStock / Getty Images

Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
Photo by OnBlast/iStock / Getty Images

Conquer the peak

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 and North Ryde. 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! 

Photo by alla_snesar/iStock / Getty Images

Occasional trips

You are spoilt for choice with a broad range of travel options available to you to get around Macquarie Park and North Ryde. Here are some travel ideas worth considering for short trips or meetings.

 

macquarie centre shuttle

AMP Capital operates a free Macquarie Centre shuttle bus on Monday to Friday, departing from Thomas Holt Drive, outside Foxtel reception, every 15 minutes between 11.00am and 2.30pm. The trip is around 7 minutes each way and the last bus departs Macquarie Centre at 2.38pm.

The service is available only to AMP Capital customers. Those wishing to utilise the service must display the AMP Capital identification provided to your offices. Please advise Reception if you require additional stickers at any time.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. BSA's closest GoGet pod is located at 3 Thomas Holt Drive.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. The easiest pick up location is in front of the BSA building.

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11 Talavera Road


11 Talavera Road

Plan your trip

11 Talavera Road


11 Talavera Road

Plan your trip

Find your own way

There are many ways of traveling to 11 Talavera Road 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. 

Fly to work on the train

Macquarie Park station is located on Lane Cove Road on the corner of Waterloo Road. Regular train services operate on the Northern Line between Hornsby and the City via Macquarie Park.

The station is wheelchair accessible and open from 5am to 1am each day. Services run approximately every 15 minutes in each direction - find out more...

The Opal card makes traveling on public transport in Sydney easy - register here

Connected to 31 bus services

31 bus routes travel to 11 Talavera Road from centres including Sydney CBD, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. View Dexus' transport map to your right or find out more here...

Get ready for take off

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.  

Co-Hop and share the costs

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 Macquarie Connect 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. 

Photo by TCmake_photo/iStock / Getty Images

Cut your commute in half

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 your today.

Bike Parking 

11 Talavera Road has free bicycle parking available in the Building C carpark, next to the End of Trip facilities. There are an additional 6 bike racks located outside the Styx Café forecourt (in front of Building B main entry). Tenants must provide their own bike locks and use the bike racks at their own risk.

End of trip facilities

Make use of the modern end-of-trip facilities available on-site to all tenants at 11 Talavera Road who cycle or run to work. These include male, female and disabled change rooms, private showers and personal lockers. The facilities are accessible 24/7 with an 11 Talavera access pass. 

The End of Trip facilities are located on B1 of Building C. The disabled facility is located next to the Building Management office on the ground floor of Building C.

Using the personal lockers
To use the personal lockers located in the change rooms, simply locate an empty, unlocked locker and put your belongings inside. Close the door and enter a 4 digit code, followed by the key symbol. The locker is now locked.

To open it, simply enter your 4 digit code again. If you have any issues using the lockers or have forgotten your passcode, contact Security on 0418 639 289.

Bicycles and Public Transport

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.

Ride2Work

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.

Photo by iNueng/iStock / Getty Images

Driving

While using sustainable transport is preferred, if you do need to drive, parking spaces are available.

For employees

Parking is available on-site in reserved parking bays on terms as agreed with the landlord.  To register for parking you will need to contact your office manager to discuss parking requirements and enter into any necessary licence with the landlord for permanent or casual arrangements.

Please adhere to all signage on site in relation to speed limits and directional arrows to ensure the safety of all road users.

For visitors

There is no provision for casual/visitor parking on site for buildings A, B,C or Conference Centre.

Visitor parking is available by contacting the Business directly and arranging with them the use of any bays they have allocated for guests. 

For maintenance or deliveries  

Maintenance, courier and delivery vehicles  should contact the Facilities Manager to be directed to the correct building dock and entry way.  Each building has a loading dock, access granted via security or building management:

Eddie Wayling – Facilities Manager
M: 0423 894 000       E: eddie.wayling@dexusfm.com  

Loading dock hours are 7.00am to 6.00pm sharp Monday to Friday. Any deliveries outside these hours is by prior arrangement only and should be requested at least 1 day prior to day required.

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Transport tools

There are lots of great transport tools available to get you in, out and around Macquarie Park. If you have a favourite app not listed here - please tell us and we'll add it to our collection.

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Walk the walk

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.

Ways to improve your walk

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.

These include:

  • Wearing the right footwear.
  • Wearing loose, comfortable clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun with clothes, sunglasses, a hat and sun block.
  • Carry waterproof clothing to avoid getting wet.
  • Use a backpack.
  • Carry a water bottle and replenish your fluid levels.
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Conquer the peak

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! 

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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.

GoGet

Connect partners with GoGet to offer our members 6 months free GoOccasional membership. Join today - call 1300 769 389 and quote CONNECT85. The closest GoGet pod to 11 Talavera Road is in front of Novartis Pharmaceuticals at 54 Waterloo Road - 11 minutes walk.

Uber

Uber cars can be ordered online or via their app. Response times are generally fast and travel costs are usually cheaper than taxis. Pick up locations are to be arranged directly with the Uber driver

Stay in Touch

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