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Campus Information

Precincts

The UTS City campus is made up of four building clusters called precincts, as well as various other administrative and student accommodation buildings.

The university is currently implementing its City Campus Master Plan, a massive overhaul of the campus, which has already delivered three new buildings and a number of major refurbishments, relocations and new social hubs. The Master Plan will better integrate these precincts, delivering an iconic and pedestrian-friendly campus.

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Preferred paths

UTS has identified a 'Preferred Paths' network to help improve the safety of staff, students and visitors on its City campus. This includes a number of future paths, which will be implemented through improved management and design.

People commuting between the Haymarket and Broadway precincts, especially, should take note of these paths. These paths will help the UTS community take full advantage of the inner-city location of the City campus while avoiding some of the pitfalls such as busy traffic.

The routes are available on a PDF (172k).

  • + City campus - Preferred paths

    • + City Campus paths Map

      UTS has identified a 'Preferred Paths' network to help improve the safety of staff, students and visitors on its City Campus. This includes a number of future paths, which will be implemented through improved management and design.


      People commuting between the Haymarket and Broadway precincts, especially, should take note of these paths. These paths will help the UTS community take full advantage of the inner-city location of the City Campus while avoiding some of the pitfalls such as busy traffic.

      The routes are available on a PDF (172k).

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Buildings

There are dozens of buildings and hundreds of seminar and tutorial rooms spread across the UTS City campus. However, once you understand the UTS: Building and Room Identification Standard outlined below, finding your way around UTS is quite straightforward.

Location codes consist of building, level and room numbers.

To help find your destination, download the UTS campus guide. Or if you’re not sure, just ask a UTS security officer.

  • + City campus - Buildings

    • + Moore Park research labs (MP.LG) Map

      Gate 9, Driver Avenue, Moore Park, NSW 2021

      This facility incorporates the Exercise Physiology Research Lab, Biomechanics Research Lab and DEXA Room.

    • + Moore Park, Staff workspace (MP.GD) Map

      Driver Avenue, Moore Park, NSW 2021

      This facility is the Faculty of Health Sport and Exercise Science workspace.

    • + Moore Park, Teaching labs (MP.01) Map

      Gate 1, Moore Park Road, Moore Park, NSW 2021

      This facility incorporates the Biomechanics Teaching Lab, Exercise Physiology Teaching Lab and a technician's office.

    • + Building 11 (FEIT Building) Map


      81 Broadway, Broadway, NSW 2007


      Building 11 houses the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT), some 500 staff and up to 4,300 students over its 14 levels. The architect of the new building is Denton Corker Marshall. The minimum target for the building is a 5-Star Green Star Rating. The building was officially opened in June 2014 and teaching started in Semester 2, 2014.

      For more information, visit the Broadway Building project page.

    • + Building 7 (Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building) Map


      67 Thomas Street, Broadway, NSW 2007

      • UTS: Science
      • UTS: Graduate School of Health

      Building 7 houses UTS Science and the Graduate School of Health, and provides access to the Library Retrieval System located below Alumni Green. Located on the corner of Thomas and Jones Streets, building 7 connects seamlessly to building 4 creating a science and health precinct and a multi-million investment in learning and research with state of the art facilities which includes a multi-disciplinary Super Lab, Crime Scene Simulation facilities and health professional teaching spaces that enable problem-based learning and clinical simulation. Its impressive ‘Doppler Effect’ of its exterior wall is first of its kind in Australia and reflective of the change in frequency of a wave.  Building 7 was also awarded a 6 Green Star sustainability rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.
       

    • + Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      15 Broadway, Broadway, NSW 2007

    • + Building 2 (CB02) Map
    • + Bon Marche, Building 3 (CB03) Map


      755 Harris Street, Broadway, NSW 2007

    • + Building 4, Science (CB04) Map


      745 Harris Street, Broadway, NSW 2007

    • + Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06) Map

      Peter Johnson Building
      702-730 Harris Street, Broadway, NSW 2007

    • + The Terraces (CB18) Map


      9, 11 and 13 Broadway, Broadway, NSW 2007

      • 2SER (opens an external site)
    • + The Loft (CB09) Map

       
      13A Broadway, Broadway, NSW 2007

    • + Building 10 (CB10) Map


      235 Jones Street, Broadway, NSW 2007

    • + Building 15 (CB15) Map


      632 Harris St, Ultimo, NSW 2007

      Building 15 is a centre for innovation and entrepreneurship, known informally as UTS's 'knowledge hub'.

      Level 1 - The Hatchery

      Level 2 - Innovation and Creative Intelligence Unit (ICIU) and Design Innovation Research Centre (DIRC)

    • + Building 8 (Dr Chau Chak Wing Building) Map


      14 Ultimo Road, Ultimo, NSW 2007

      The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is the first building in Australia designed by Frank Gehry, one of the world’s most influential architects. The 11-storey building will provide teaching, learning, research and office accommodation for the UTS Business School. There will also be public spaces in the building, including student lounges and cafes. The target completion for the new building is the end of 2013. The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is one of the new buildings proposed under UTS’s City Campus Master Plan.

      For more information, visit the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building project page.
       

    • + Haymarket, Building 5, Block A (CB05A) Map


      1 Quay St, Haymarket, NSW 2000

    • + Haymarket, Building 5, Block B (CB05B) Map


      1 Quay Street, Haymarket, NSW 2000

    • + Haymarket, Building 5, Block C (CB05C) Map


      1 Quay Street, Haymarket, NSW 2000

    • + Haymarket, Building 5, Block D (CB05D) Map


      1 Quay Street, Haymarket, NSW 2000

    • + Mary Ann House (CB91) Map
    • + Blackfriars, Building 1 (CB21) Map


      2 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

    • + Blackfriars, Building 2 (CB22) Map


      2 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

    • + Blackfriars, Building 3 (CB23) Map


      4 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

    • + Blackfriars, Building 4 (CB24) Map


      2 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

    • + Blackfriars, Building 5 (CB25) Map


      2 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

    • + Blackfriars, Building 6 (CB26) Map


      2 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

    • + Blackfriars, The Residence (CB27) Map


      14 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW 2008

      The Residence houses self-maintained apartments for postgraduate students. It is owned by UTS and managed by the Housing Service.

  • + Other - Buildings

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Venues, halls and theatres

UTS offers a wide variety of teaching and learning spaces, as well as social hubs. There are also venues which can be hired for external events. See UTS: Facilities Hire for more information.

  • + City campus - Venues, halls and theatres

    • + Exhibition Space - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 4 (CB01.04)

      Located in the western end of the Tower, Building 1 (CB01) foyer, the large open foyer space is regularly programmed with exhibitions throughout the year.

    • + The Great Hall - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map


      Tower, Building 1, Level 5 (CB01.05)

      Access is via the main stairs in the level 4 foyer or via the lifts to level 5.

      The Great Hall is used as the main venue on campus for graduations, examinations, orientations, enrolments, and public lectures.

      It is also used for conferences and exhibitions and can be hired for external events. See UTS: Facilities Hire for more information.

      The hall can comfortably accommodate up to 800 people and has a large open foyer space suitable for registrations, exhibitions, or catering.
       

    • + UTS Union head office - Tower, Building 1 (CB01) Map

      Tower, Building 1, Level 6 (CB01.06)

      UTS Union provides a range of non-academic services and facilities including:

    • + University Hall - Building 4, Science (CB04) Map


      Building 4, Level 3, Room 623 (CB04.03.623)

      • Located in Building 4, University Hall (known by students as Uni Hall) has seating for 426, and space for 8 wheelchairs.
      • There are a number of breakout rooms nearby catering from 30 to 330 people.
      • The presentation facilities in the theatre are state-of-the-art.
      • The audiovisual equipment, projection screens, and room lighting are all selected and controlled from a touch screen on the lectern, as is the video, internet and document visualiser.
      • The University Hall can be hired for external events.
        See UTS: Facilities Hire for more information.
    • + The Guthrie Theatre - Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06) Map


      Peter Johnson Building, Building 6, Level 3 (CB06.03)

      • The Guthrie Theatre has a capacity to seat 330 people.
      • It is centrally located on campus and features a carpeted foyer area suitable for registrations and trade stands.
      • It is widely used as a lecture theatre.
      • The Guthrie Theatre is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technical facilities.
      • This theatre is close to numerous breakout rooms and a smaller 176-seat lecture theatre.
    • + UTS Gallery - Peter Johnson Building, Building 6 (CB06) Map


      Peter Johnson Building, Building 6, Level 4 (CB06.04)

      Postal Address: UTS Gallery and Art Collection
      University of Technology, Sydney
      PO Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007

      The UTS Gallery is a not-for-profit gallery dedicated to exhibiting emerging and established arts practitioners. To find out more about the current exhibition visit the UTS Gallery.

      Follow this link for more information on Parking near the UTS campus.

      Wheel chair access is available via the building entrance at 702-730 Harris Street or across the footbridge from the Tower Building.

      Image source: http://www.cityofsound.com/blog/2007/09/-x-20-years-of-.html

    • + Aerial UTS Function Centre - Building 10 (CB10) Map


      Building 10, Level 7 (CB10.07)

      • The Aerial UTS Function Centre, completed in mid-2010, is centrally located near Central train station, with bus routes running past the front of the University, and numerous car parking stations in the immediate vicinity. It is a convenient venue for guests.
      • The Centre function space is sub-dividable into five smaller spaces, providing a highly flexible hospitality venue.
      • It features a bar and reception area.
      • The Function Centre opens onto shaded, outdoor terraces.

      p: (02) 9514 1633 or (02) 9514 1632
      f: (02) 9514 1404
      e: unionfunctions@uts.edu.au

    • + Alumni Green Map


      Direct access to Alumni Green via CB01.03A and CB02.04

      Alumni Green is a green space that sits at the heart of the City Campus. At present, the eastern half (adjacent Building 4 (CB04)) is closed for construction of the Multi-Purpose Sports Hall (MPSH).

      Located beneath Alumni Green, the MPSH is an underground facility that will bring recreational and academic opportunities to the heart of the City Campus. The project will be ready for Semester 1, 2011

      Under the City Campus Master Plan, Alumni Green will be expanded and transformed into a tree-lined area surrounded by teaching, learning, and social spaces. It will become the heart of the UTS City Campus, and a major social hub.

      Here is the artists' impression of the proposed Alumni Green under the UTS City Campus Master Plan.

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