The ICC is Sydney’s premiere venue for the newest and most exciting conventions, exhibitions and entertainment. Centrally located in Darling Harbour, this creative hub is just moments from Sydney’s CBD, Sydney’s East and Barangaroo, one of Sydney’s newest retail and dining precincts.
What is ICC Sydney?
Spread over three state-of-the-art buildings, the complex includes a State Super Theatre, Exhibition Centre and Convention Centre, allowing it to host everything from the best shows and rock concerts, to world-leading summits.
How do I get to ICC Sydney?
There are a number of ways to get to the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC):
Train: Town Hall and Central Stations are just a 10 minute walk from ICC Sydney.
Sydney Light Rail: this passes through a number of Darling Harbour stops, including the Convention Centre and Exhibition Centre. The Light Rail is easily accessible from a number of destinations, starting at Central Station in the CBD and moving to Dulwich Hill in the inner west.
Bus: ICC Sydney has its own bus stop, otherwise take the 389 and 501 stop at Harris Street near Allen Street.
How do I get to ICC Sydney from Potts Point?
Train: Take the T4 line from Kings Cross Station to Town Hall (2 stops). It’s an easy 10 minute walk from here. Total journey time 15mins.
Walk: approximately 30 minutes
Car, Uber or Taxi: 10 minute drive
Is there parking?
Yes, there’s two car parks at the ICC Sydney, and a number of Wilson car parks around Darling Harbour.
How much is parking at ICC Sydney?
Parking is a $49 flat rate for 4+ hours
There is a special night rate of $28
What does ICC Sydney Stand For?
It stands for the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney).
How do I find out what is on at ICC Sydney?
The latest events and news from the venue can be found here.
Where should I stay near ICC Sydney?
The ICC hosts some of the best events and conferences in the world, however the area is very busy with tourists, and so prices are inflated.
If you want to Stay Local and enjoy your base to explore the rest of Sydney, then the closest is Potts Point. However, the new tram line – Sydney’s Light Rail is now open in Randwick which gives you ample time to fit in that early morning swim or beach walk along Coogee Beachbefore starting your conference day.
What else can I do in the area?
There’s so many more things you can do close by to the ICC: