2019 Venue

Preventing Overdiagnosis 2019 will be held at The University of Sydney, Camperdown campus, Sydney, NSW, Australia. We are excited to welcome some world-renowned keynote speakers, coming to share their research and insights about preventing overdiagnosis and overtreatment in healthcare and medicine.  Our 3-day event will be held in the Abercrombie Building.

Abercrombie Building, University of Sydney

 

The Abercrombie Buildingis located on the corner of Abercrombie Street and Codrington Street, on the University of Sydney Camperdown Campus. Home to the University of Sydney Business School, the Abercrombie Building (H70) is a beautiful new facility featuring an auditorium, lecture theatres, seminar rooms, study spaces, and a café.

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How to get there?

You will find transport details at Transport NSW (https://transportnsw.info),including a trip planner, timelines and route maps. Alternatively, download the TripView app which is a free app to help you negotiate public transport with real-time information.

There are several transport hubs in the Sydney city centre such as Wynyard; Railway Square by Central train station; the QVB close to Town Hall station; and Circular Quay by the ferry and train stop of the same name. Train stations near the University of Sydney are Redfern, and the major city train station, Central.

For all forms of transport, you will need an Opal card. This is a pre-paid card that you tap on when you board, and tap off when you alight, otherwise you’ll be charged the maximum fare. You can purchase a single ticket or credit your Opal to a particular dollar value of your choice.

If you don’t have an Opal card, contactless payments are available with your compatible payment card or mobile device, on most train, ferry and light rail services and will be equivalent to a standard (peak) adult Opal fare in most cases.

For more information for Opal card for visitors, see https://transportnsw.info/tickets-opal/opal/opal-for-visitors
 

Train

Catch a train to Redfern train station, and then take a 10-minute walk down Lawson Street and onto Abercrombie Street. See the preferred walking route below for more detail.
 

Buses from the city

For stops on Parramatta Road catch routes:

  • 412, 413, Martin Place/Elizabeth St & Elizabeth St/Sheraton on the Park & Museum Station;
  • 436 Central Station;
  • 438, 439, L38, L39 Castlereagh St/Martin Place & Castlereagh St/David Jones;
  • 440 and M10 Museum Station, stand B;
  • 461 William St &Hyde Park & Museum Station;
  • 480, 483 Pitt St at Barlow St

For stops on City Road catch routes:

  • 422 Pitt St before Hay St;
  • 423, 426, 428 Martin Place/Elizabeth St & Elizabeth St/Sheraton on the Park & Museum station;
  • M30 Town Hall Station & Museum Station

 

Buses by cross routes

Metrobus M10 runs between Maroubra Junction and Leichardt. Alight on Parramatta Road.

Metrobus M30 runs between Mosman and Sydenham. Alight on City Road.

Metrobus M20, M40, M50 connects with metrobus M10 in Park Street (Town Hall) and M30 on George Street (Town Hall).

Route 370 runs between Coogee and Leichardt. Alight on City Road for the University of Sydney.

Visit www.131500.com.aufor more information and planning of your trip.