Parking on campus
Liverpool parking information
The Ngara Ngura Building in Liverpool City is conveniently located adjacent to Westfield Shopping Centre, the Macquarie Plaza and 800m from the Liverpool transport hub.
Please note that the Western Sydney University parking permit system does not operate at the Ngara Ngura Building.
Parramatta parking information
Parramatta South and North
Western Sydney University recognises the demand for parking at the Parramatta South campus exceeds the availability of parking bays. There are significant heritage protection issues associated with Parramatta campus which restricts parking management and development options.
To manage the continuing demand for parking at Parramatta campus the University has restricted parking on Parramatta South campus to Communal Blue permit, Dedicated Red permit, Restricted Orange (off peak) permit, White 'HOTSPOT' permit and RMS MPS card holders only.
Pay and Display one day parking permits can be purchased from the permit machines on campus for $9. This will allow the holder to park in blue bays only.
Yellow parking bays are still available on Parramatta North campus.
Parramatta North campus is connected to the main campus by a free shuttle bus service which runs on a continuous loop. Please refer to the Shuttle Bus web page for further details.
The two campuses are also connected by a walking route which is regularly patrolled by Campus Safety and Security Officers.
Parramatta City campus currently consists of two locations: 169 Macquarie Street and 100 George Street. The Parramatta City campus at 169 Macquarie Street is less than a five minute walk from Parramatta train station.
Parking bays are not available as the Parramatta City facilities are located in the heart of the CBD with no available land to accommodate parking. Students are encouraged to view the Parramatta CBD map [PDF, 563Kb] (opens in new window) for parking options in this area. Staff working in these facilities are requested to contact their relevant School for parking options.
The shuttle bus route services the campus at 169 Macquarie Street only. For campus shuttle info visit the Shuttle bus web page.
In line with the NSW State Government's Metropolitan Transport Plan, the University's long-term goal is to increase the use of public transport by those coming to Western Sydney University. Full details on alternatives to parking at the University are available at the Getting to Uni page.