Oral Health Oral Health

Getting Here

There are major changes in Chalmers Street and surrounding areas as part of the Light Rail and Metro transport projects.

Patients, visitors and carers coming to Sydney Dental Hospital should allow extra time for their journey and plan ahead. Please check the following websites for regular updates:

Where can I find more information?

Traffic info: go to www.livetraffic.com or call 132 701

Bus info: go to www.transportnsw.info or call 131 500

Light Rail info: 1800 684 490

Metro info: go to www.sydneymetro.info or call 1800 171 386

24-hour Construction Response Line: 1800 775 465

Sydney Dental Hospital: 9293 3333

Access Map and Flyer

How do I get to Sydney Dental Hospital?

Sydney's new light rail is a great way to travel to the Sydney Dental Hospital.

High frequency services mean you can just turn up and go. Services run 7 days a week starting at 5am and finishing at 1am the following day.

Find out more about Sydney's new light rail at transportnsw.info

By Train

Patients travelling to Sydney Dental Hospital by train should alight at Central Station and use the Exit 5 Eastern Stairs to cross Chalmers Street underground. Those with accessibility requirements should use lifts available at either Exit 4 Elizabeth Street or Exit 6 Chalmers Street and use the signalised crossings to traverse Chalmers Street.

By Car

Those driving to the hospital should turn left from Randle Street just after Devonshire Street. P30 parking is available close to the Hospital on Chalmers Street, see map overleaf. The Sydney Dental Hospital has wheelchairs available for those who have accessibility requirements. Please call ahead on 9293 3333 and arrange for a wheelchair if required.

Patients who require pick up and drop off can use the P10 parking zone on Elizabeth Street, adjacent to the Eastern Stairs.

Disability parking is also available on Chalmers Street near Rutland Street.

By Taxi

Taxis will be permitted to pick up and drop passengers at the Sydney Dental Hospital on Chalmers Street or at the P10 bay on Elizabeth Street.

All drivers should remember not to drive along the tracks and never queue across intersections.

Where can I find more information?

Visit transportnsw.info or call 131 500 to help plan your journey.

Contact the Sydney Dental Hospital on 9293 3333 or sydneydentalhospital@health.nsw.gov.au


What to Bring to Your Appointment

Community Transport

Community Transport may be available to eligible patients.

Please note that strict eligibility criteria apply and patients must contact the transport option directly to check eligibility and make bookings.

i. Access Sydney Community Transport

Phone: 02 8241 8000
Email: hello@accesssydney.org.au
Website: www.accesssydney.org.au

ii. Connect: Inner West Community Transport Group

Also known as Leichardt Marrickville Community Transport Group
Phone: 02 9558 6800
Website: www.connectinnerwest.org.au

iii. Inner West On Demand Service

Phone: Contact operators directly. Phone numbers may be found on the website below.

Website: https://transportnsw.info/travel-info/ways-to-get-around/on-demand/

iv. Travel Assistance – Isolated Patients Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS)

Phone: 1800 IPTAAS (1800 478 227)
Email: Iptaas@health.nsw.gov.au
Website: http://www.enable.health.nsw.gov.au/services/iptaas

v. Bankstown Canterbury Community Transport

Phone: 02 9772 4928. Patients must first contact My Age Care on 1800 200 422 to register and be provided with a referral code.
Website: https://bcct.org.au/