Some Selected Places
Welcome Drinks and Dinner
Welcome Drinks: On Sunday night as a prelude to the symposium, join speakers, sponsors and colleagues at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf. The venue is in a unique heritage area on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour’s Pyrmont, an ideal place to soak up the views of Sydney and to catch up with like minded colleagues. http://www.doltonehouse.com.au/venue/venuejones-bay-wharf/
Dinner Not just another conference dinner!
After Day 2 of FAMS2017, with presentations covering food allergy, global regulations and allergen management, the conference dinner at Doltone House will provide a fabulous chance to ask your burning questions and make comments on the topics you have heard, whilst enjoying great food wine and dinner conversation, in a relaxed environment, with other symposium attendees.
TRAIN & WALK
The museum is a 20–30 minute walk from Town Hall and Central Stations. Walk over the Pyrmont Bridge if you’re coming from Town Hall, or stroll through China Town and Darling Harbour if you’re coming from Central.
BUS & WALK
If you are coming from the eastern suburbs of Sydney you can catch the 389 bus from North Bondi. For bus information from Central Station or Town Hall or streets in the CBD, plan your trip here. If you are coming from Circular Quay (where many hotels are located) you can take a ferry or put on your walking shoes and enjoy a 30-35 minute walk.
The museum is ideally situated to take advantage of Sydney’s developing network of cross-city bike lanes and harbour-side cycleways. If you’re riding through the CBD there are cycle lanes on College St, Park St, Kent St and King St. A shared bike-pedestrian ramp leads from King St across Pyrmont Bridge directly to the museum. Many cyclists travel in from Centennial Park and Moore Park, the Harbour Bridge, Chinatown or around the inner harbour from Jubilee Park to Glebe Point or across the Anzac Bridge. See Ride the City (enter Sydney) for more information.
Sydney Ferries' Route F4 services Darling Harbour Loop runs approximately every half hour and stops at the Pyrmont Bay Wharf (next to the museum), Circular Quay Wharf 5, Milson’s Point, McMahon’s Point, Balmain and Darling Harbour’s King Street Wharf (5 minutes walk over Pyrmont Bay Bridge to the museum).
The Parramatta Rivercat Route F3 calls at Darling Harbour’s King Street Wharf (5 minutes walk over Pyrmont Bay Bridge to the museum).
Please check timetable for full schedule on Transport Info: 131 500 or transportnsw.info
Catch the light rail to Pyrmont Bay stop located directly opposite the museum. Visit Transport NSW for more information.
PARK YOUR CAR
Visitors to the museum can park all day for $15 at Harbourside Secure Parking, located at 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont. Remember to get your parking ticket stamped at the museum reception.
Parking is also available at The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont for $15 valid between the hours of 8am-6.30pm only. Remember to get your parking ticket validated at the museum front of house desk. More information and hourly rates outside of the offer period.
There is also limited metered street parking near the museum.
The museum offers 2 dedicated accessible parking space on site. Phone +61 2 9298 3777 to book a parking space.