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ISCA Sydney City Campus

From February 2020, subject to availability, students will have the option to attend the our new City Campus. Conveniently situated next to major train and bus routes, our Sydney City campus is easy to access via public transport and is located in the Sydney CBD. Students can access the elite training facilities offered by Sydney University Sport & Fitness, which is home to more than 35 sports clubs, and attend classes at our modern teaching facility in Pitt Street (within walking distance of Central train station).

Training Facilities: Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (Aquatic Centre) – 85 Darlington Rd, Darlington NSW
Teaching Facilities: Level 4, 451 Pitt Street, Haymarket NSW
Phone: 1800 319 415

Sydney City Campus Training Facilities

Students can access a range of world-class sporting facilities including:

  • Two-level, high-performance strength and conditioning gym
  • Multi-function stadium designed for basketball & netball
  • New cardio machines and pin-loaded resistance equipment
  • Indoor cricket centre
  • 50m heated indoor swimming pool
  • 6 synthetic grass tennis courts
  • Group fitness studio
  • RPM Studio
  • Boxing Gym
  • Martial Arts dojo gym

The TAG Family Foundation Grandstand is a multi-sport facility located on the University of Sydney’s Oval No. 2. The site boasts an impressive two-level, high-performance strength and conditioning gym, named after its benefactor and rugby club stalwart, David Mortimer, as well as four spacious change rooms.

The Sydney Uni Sports & Aquatic Centre (SUSAC) houses a wide range of fitness services, indoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art cardio and resistance equipment.

Getting there

Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (University Aquatic Centre) – 85 Darlington Rd, Darlington NSW

By train: Redfern is the closest train station. It is a 10-minute walk to the main campus, and a fairly steady flow of students walks the route via Abercrombie Street at all times of day and evening. A free shuttle bus runs between Fisher Library and Redfern Station in the evening during semester.

Central station is a 15-minute walk along City Road and George Street; however, buses to and from Central are frequent and easy to catch from Parramatta Road or City Road.

By bus: If you are arriving by bus, there are convenient stops on Parramatta Road and City Road at our main entrances. Use the campus map to locate the closest bus stop to your destination.

Sydney City Campus Teaching Facilities

The ISCA Sydney City Campus teaching facilities are located in the Manning Building, right in the heart of Sydney’s business district. The area is one of the liveliest precincts in the Sydney CBD. The building is close to World Square Shopping Centre and is only a few minutes walk from great transport links via train at Central Station and a nearby Light Rail (tram) stop at Capitol Square.

Getting there

Level 4, 451 Pitt Street, Haymarket NSW

By train: From Central Station exit towards Eddy Avenue to the north. Cross over Eddy Avenue and walk through Belmont Park. As you exit the park, you will see the historic brick building diagonally across the road on the intersection of Hay Street and Pitt Street.

By light rail: Light Rail stops next to the Capitol Theatre in Capitol Square.

By bus: The nearest stops are: Pitt St near Campbell St, Hay St near Pitt St and Pitt St near Eddy Avenue

Parking: We suggest parking at Market City Car Park or Goulburn Street Parking Station