Venue

Venue for Healthivate 2013 Bloggers Conference

The Dining Room
Australian Technology Park
2 Locomotive Street
Eveleigh NSW 2015

The Venue

We are excited that we will be one of the first to use the Australian Technology Park Sydney Limited (ATPSL) just launched new heritage event space.

The venue will allow attendees to experience a bygone era – where trains were run by steam and machinery made by hand – in the industrial setting of Australian Technology Park’s (ATP) Blacksmith Workshop. And yes we will be doing something rather special with the space to highlight a health theme – so bring your iPhones for pics!

There will also be an opportunity to visit the Eveleigh Markets on the Saturday for some fresh produce.

Map

The Dining Room can be found near the purple Bays marked on the Map below.

Map of Australian Technology Park, Sydney

View Map on Google

By Rail

CityRail operates frequent train services between Redfern Station (adjacent to the Australian Technology Park) and other major Sydney stations including Central, Town Hall, Wynyard and Circular Quay. For information about travelling by rail, including timetable information, call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit www.131500.com.au

From Redfern Station

Exit via Platform 10 at Redfern Station. Walk past the WaterTower apartment block and follow the walkway through to the Australian Technology Park. Pedestrian access to the Locomotive Workshops are through Bays 1, 4 and 8. For information relating to specific building and tenant location, enter through the side door of Bay 1 and proceed to ATP Precinct Management offices, located on Level 1/Bay 4 Atrium or phone (02) 9209 4220 for further assistance.

By Bus

There are frequent bus services to the Australian Technology Park from the city and Sydney’s domestic and international airport. The bus stop closest to the Australian Technology Park is on the corner of Boundary and Regent Street. For bus timetables call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit www.131500.com.au

By Bicycle

Cycle facilities are located throughout ATP. Bike racks are located in Bay 4, Bay 16, 8 Central Ave and the Biomedical Building.

By Car

The entrance to the Australian Technology Park car park is from Henderson Road, \Eveleigh. A Pay and Walk ticketing system has been installed for your convenience. Collect a ticket from the boom gate and drive through to the car park located on ground floor of 8 Central Avenue (Media City Building).Event/ Visitor car parking is available at 8 Central Ave (Media City Building). Collect a ticket from the boom gate and drive through to the Car Park, located at Ground Floor, 8 Central Ave.

Parking

Parking can be paid at either the pay station near the lift or at the boom gate with a credit card. Pay Stations are also located in Bay 4 and Bay 8 of the Locomotive Workshop.

Parking Fees

First half hour $6.00
½-1 hour $12.00
1-3 hours $20.00
3+ hours $30.00 (Max daily rate)
Lost Tickets $30.00
Please note Pay Stations accept $20, $10, $5 notes and $2, $1, 50c, 20c, 10c coins and payment by credit card.

Pay stations are located at:
- 8 Central Avenue at the rear lift
- outside the Biodmedical Building
- Bay 4 Atrium (inside the Locomotive Workshops)
- Bay 8 Atrium (inside the Locomotive Workshops)

Disabled Parking Area

To gain access to the disabled parking area, please contact the security office on 9209 4666 or advise security at the boom gate when you first enter the Park.

By Taxi/Deliveries/Coach

The entrance to the Australian Technology Park for taxis, deliveries and coaches is from the corner of Garden and Boundary Street (See Map).

History of The Blacksmith’s Workshop

From 1886 until the 1980s, when the Park was still the Eveleigh Railway Yards and one of the Australia’s largest industrial complexes, the Blacksmith Workshop produced equipment and tools for the building of steam locomotives in other parts of the site.

Located in Bays 1 & 2 of the Park’s Locomotive Workshop building the space was restored and reopened by ATPSL. It has been kept predominately in its original state and is easily accessible to the public with areas reclaimed for events.

The restoration has seen the addition of a walk way through the Bays that allows patrons to pass through the area.  A glass balustrade has also been added to increase the visibility into the space, and an extensive lighting system that spot lights specific tools and equipment has been put in place.

 

 

 

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