Macquarie Park offers a smooth commuting experience whether you choose to travel by road or rail. Located along one of Sydney's largest motorways, the precinct is a modern, highly connected, multi-modal transport hub with a variety of options for travelling in and around the business centre.
Making light work of travel
Located along Sydney's newest northern rail line, Macquarie Park offers several rail stations along the Epping-Chatswood line to make your trip easy. You can choose from amongst Macquarie Park, North Ryde or Macquarie University railway stations to get you as close as you need to be. Find your timetable at cityrail.info
Almost 30 bus routes travel in and around Macquarie Park from centres including North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. Major transport providers include Sydney Buses, Forest Coach Lines and Hillsbus. Find more information at sydneybuses.info
Within Macquarie Park, the Biz Park Shuttle is a free shuttle bus that connects Macquarie Centre to the business park and Macquarie University every fifteen minutes. Find more information at macquariecentre.com.au
Car or Motorbike
Macquarie Park is easily accessible via the Hills M2 Motorway, M4, M7, Lane Cove Tunnel, Epping Road and Lane Cove Road. These roads connect the precinct to almost every area of Sydney.
The Sydney Bicycle Network connects Macquarie Park from almost any direction along one of the region's most scenic riverside bike routes. You can enter Lane Cove National Park from Delhi Road and follow Riverside Drive to the exit, taking the underpass to arrive at Lane Cove Road. Find more information about cycling around Macquarie Park