Venue & Location
Aerial UTS Function Centre
UTS Building 10
Level 7/235 Jones Street
Ultimo 2007 New South Wales
Ph: +61 2 9514 1632
Fax: +61 2 9514 1404
Aerial UTS Function Centre strives to enrich your conferencing experience with outstanding facilities and attentive, service orientated staff to make every event successful. Located in Ultimo, within the University of Technology Sydney campus, its award winning venue provides you with a modern and contemporary menu. An active member of Sydney’s Unique Venues Association (SUVA), Meeting & Events Australia and Business Events Sydney, Aerial UTS Function Centre offers a unique event experience.
Getting to Sydney & UTS
Sydney's main international airport is located in the suburb of Mascot, only 8 kilometres from the city centre (and UTS) and less than 10 kilometres from major tourist attractions. For more information on Sydney Airport, please click here.
Public Transport in Sydney
To travel anywhere by public transport you will need an Opal card. Opal cards are smartcard tickets that you keep, reload and reuse to pay for travel. Simply add value to your Opal card then tap on and tap off to pay your fares on trains, buses, ferries and light rail – anywhere within the Opal network. For more information on Opal cards, please click here.
Aerial UTS Function Centre is a short walking distance from Central Station and close to the various public transport links in Railway Square. Railway Square is a plaza at the intersection of Broadway and Lee, Pitt and George Streets, Sydney. The square itself is a very busy intersection and is the site of a large bus terminus.
For more information on public transport in Sydney, please go to:
For Aerial UTS Function Centre, ask the driver to drop you off at UTS at 235 Jones Street Ultimo. Click here to estimate a taxi fare.
Parking is available from 6:30am to 10:00pm Monday to Friday. All other times additional parking charges may apply. Parking is managed via InterPark.
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