Sydney Campus

Broadway

The Broadway site of The University of Notre Dame Australia is situated in the colourful inner-city suburb of Chippendale. Nestled among Sydney’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, our campus proudly encompasses heritage buildings, leafy courtyards and is home to the Schools and Departments of Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, Law, Philosophy & Theology, Study Support and Pathways.

Darlinghurst

The Darlinghurst site of The University of Notre Dame Australia is just metres from St Vincent’s Hospital and a few minutes from Sydney’s CBD, the cultural centres of Paddington and Surry Hills. As the home of our future Medicine and Nursing experts, Darlinghurst gives students access to excellent facilities included simulated words and consultation suites.

  • Schools and Departments

    Broadway

    Tertiary Pathways and Study Support programs are also available.

    Darlinghurst

    Explore our programs >

    The School of Medicine also has eight clinical schools in Sydney, Melbourne and rural locations:

  • Public transport

    Broadway 

    Minutes from the Sydney CBD, the Broadway site is a short walk from train and light rail stations, and easily accessible frequent bus routes.

    Bus: Buses travel to and from the city every few minutes. For buses from the city, catch routes 412, 413, 436, 438, 439, 440, 461, 480, 483 or metrobus M10 from George Street or Railway Square. For buses from other areas that run on Parramatta Road past the Broadway site, you may catch the M10, M20, M30, M40, or the M50.

    Train: The University is a 10-minute walk from Central Station or a 15-minute walk from Redfern Station.

    Light Rail: The University is a 10-minute walk from Central light rail station, which also offers services to Darling Harbour and the Inner West.

    Darlinghurst 

    The Darlinghurst site is a short walk from major train stations and boasts frequent bus routes.

    Bus: Buses travel between the city, the Eastern Suburbs and beyond every few minutes.

    Train: The University is a 10-minute walk from Kings Cross Station.

  • Out and about

    Broadway 

    Broadway is at the heart of Sydney’s University Precinct, only a short walk from Central Railway Station and 10 minutes from the cultural centres of Newtown, Glebe, Pyrmont and the city. Nearby hotspots include:

    Broadway Shopping Centre (2 min walk)

    • Fusion food court
    • Hoyts cinemas
    • Over 100 specialty outlets

    Central Park Mall (5 min walk)

    • Sydney's famous spice alley
    • Palace cinemas

    Glebe (5 min walk)

    • Glebe markets
    • Bars and restaurants

    Newtown (10 min walk)

    • Dendy cinema
    • Shops and outlets
    • Bars and restaurants

    CBD (10 min walk)

    • Chinatown
    • Geroge St

    Darlinghurst 

    Darlinghurst is an inner-city suburb of Sydney, lying between the CBD and the Eastern Suburbs. This fashionable and historic area is home to many cafes, restaurants and boutiques, and just a short bus ride to Bondi Beach, Surry Hills, Circular Quay, the Opera House and The Rocks. Nearby hotspots include:

    Darlinghurst and Surry Hills (5 min walk)

    • Palace Verona Cinemas
    • Live music venues
    • Galleries
    • Cafes

    CBD (10 min walk)

    • Hyde Park
    • Sydney tower
    • Queen Victoria building
    • Shops and luxury fashion brands
    • The Australian Museum
    • Art Gallery of NSW
    • Royal Botanic Gardens
    • Pitt street mall

    Buses

    • Six buses within 10m
    • Bus to Bondi Beach (10 min)
    • Buses to Circular Quay, Opera House
    • Harbour Bridge and The Rocks (15 min)
  • Location

  • Contact us

    Sydney Campus – Broadway 

    Phone: 02 8204 4400
    Email: sydney@nd.edu.au
    Address: 140 Broadway, Sydney NSW 2007

    Sydney Campus – Darlinghurst 

    Phone: 02 8204 4400
    Email: sydney@nd.edu.au
    Address: 160 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Acknowledgment of Country

The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney acknowledges the original custodians of this land, the Cadigal people of the Eora nation, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. For they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.