Sign on campus at the University of Wollongong.

The Crystal 33 Conference will be held at the Wollongong University, Building 20

Wollongong is a spectacular seaside town just over an hours drive south of Sydney. The 3rd largest city in NSW, Wollongong has a multi-cultural history and is a University town. The variety of restaurants, theatres, cinemas, pubs and clubs make for an active nightlife, while the art galleries, museums, botanic gardens, beaches and activities offers plenty to do during the day.

Wollongong Shuttles

There is a free shuttle bus that runs every 10 to 20 minutes in the city. The service operates in both directions on a loop from Wollongong Station to Wollongong University via Wollongong Hospital, Burelli Street and the Innovation Campus. Look for the bus stops that display the shuttle logo (green) route numbers 55A and 55C.

View shuttle map here

People enjoying the sand and surf at Main Beach, Wollongong.Transportation:
Located only 80k south of Sydney, traveling to Wollongong can be as fast or scenic as you like.

By car:
For a more scenic ride take the Grand Pacific Drive and experience coastal rainforests, quant seaside villages and the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge on your way to Wollongong.

Alternatively, for a quick drive jump on M1 Motorway and be there in 80 minutes.

If you choose to drive to the University please note that parking is available for a fee. The closest parking lot to the conference venue is P3. See map of UOW Parking

By Train:
Wollongong is located on Sydney Train’s South Coast Line. Sydney Trains operate commuter trains at regular intervals to Wollongong.

If travelling from the domestic or international airports catch a train on the airport line to Wolli Creek Station. Disembark and board the next South Coast Line train to Wollongong. This journey will take approximately 90 minutes from Wolli Creek Station.

Child Care:
“Little Learning Labs (Years 1 & 2)” and “Early Learning Labs (Years 3 – 6)”