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The Sydney Masonic Centre (SMC) is an exciting and innovative events centre with flexible layout options, fantastic AV and excellent connectivity. It's handy to the city centre, surrounded by dining and aprés-conference entertainment, with a variety of accommodation options nearby and is well served by public transport

 

Accommodation

The Sydney Masonic Centre does not offer onsite accommodation. However, given its handy location, there is an abundance of accommodation options nearby to suit all levels of budget.

Two hotels, Hotel Morris Sydney - Handwritten Collection and Vibe Hotel Sydney, have offered discounted rates for attendees of DrupalSouth 2024 Sydney. 

Save with the links below!

Option 1: Hotel Morris Sydney - Handwritten Collection

The offer: A 15% discount off their Best Flexible Rate (subject to availability upon booking).

How to secure your discount: book Hotel Morris Sydney online

 

Option 2: Vibe Hotel Sydney

The offer: A 15% discount off their best available rate (subject to availability upon booking).

How to secure your discount: book Vibe Hotel Sydney online and use the promotional code TH12974299.

For further accommodation options, please check out Airbnb, Booking.com, or other accommodation booking platforms.

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Address

The Sydney Masonic Centre, Sydney, Australia
66 Goulburn Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000

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Getting there

  • Public transport: SMC is located within walking distance of several train stations (300m from Museum train station, 700m from Central Station and Town Hall Station). It's also serviced by major bus routes and the light rail on George Street. 
  • Parking is available near the centre at Secure World Square Car park and Secure Goulburn Street Car park.
  • Transport from Sydney Airport: for those arriving by plane, there are a few options for travelling into the city.
  • Accessibility: Access via the main entrance on 66 Goulburn Street. There are also accessible toilets on all conference floors.

For more information, visit the Sydney Masonic Centre website.

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