Central Park is one of the best-connected addresses in Sydney, located at the hub of an expanding network of trains, buses, light rail, cycle ways and roads. Where ever you’re coming from or going to, Central Park is practically local.
Central Park Mall does not have a public car park, however is well connected to many others forms of transport and is just a 5 minute walk from Central Train Station and a 10 minute walk from Redfern Train Station.

Alternative parking options;

Mercure Sydney Parking, Little Regent Street
Wilson Parking, Market City Car Park 2 Quay Street
Wilson Parking, 187 Thomas Street Car Park
Novotel Sydney Central Car Park, 169-179 Thomas St
InterPark UTS, Main Car Park Thomas Street
Central Station is the largest railway station in Australia, located at the southern end of the CBD between Broadway and Elizabeth Streets. Trains from Central to the city run every few minutes, and connect Central Park in every direction to Sydney’s most popular attractions - 

From Broadway or Central Station, buses run directly into the city, south towards Newtown, Glebe, Balmain and the inner-West, and east towards Bondi Junction, Clovelly and Coogee.
Bike or Walk
The City of Sydney is working with renowned Danish architect, Professor Jan Gehl, to create a walking and cycle network that will link up Sydney’s inner-city neighbourhoods. Central Park is at the heart of this infrastructure revolution, and is building its own network of roads and cycle paths to interlink with the City of Sydney’s.
Car Share
If you need a car but don’t own your own, Central Park has its own convenient car-share program. Simply book online, collect your car from dedicated car spaces within Central Park, and drive away. It’s the perfect solution for people who don’t need a car every day and a quiet contribution to a greener Sydney. Some of Central Park's street parking bays will be dedicated to car share for public use, with the balance located underground to service residents and workers based at Central Park, and the wider community.
Light Rail
Sydney’s Light Rail network connects Central Light Rail Station to the Sydney Fish Markets, Star City Casino, Darling Harbour and Chinatown and inner-western suburbs including Glebe, Rozelle and Lilyfield.
A taxi rank is located a 5 minute walk toward Central Train station. From Central Park, a taxi ride to the CBD should cost less than $10 – less than $15 if you’re heading uptown. Sydney Airport is also less than 30 minutes away by taxi.

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