Summit presentations, photos and further details will be available here soon.
The 2018 Australian Bicycle Summit was held in Sydney on 20-21 June.
To be held in the stunning, World-class Lendlease Barangaroo global headquarters overlooking Sydney Harbour, the Summit brings national and international experts, decision makers, cycling and government organisations and active travel sector professionals together for this national event.
Places are limited, so please book early to secure your ticket.
Wednesday 20 June – Gala Awards Dinner attendance is $100
Thursday 21 June – Summit participation is $44 (Currently Sold Out – please Contact Us with your name and the number of tickets you required, if you wish to be included on our waitlist).
Secure Bike Parking – 2018 Summit
Lendlease at Barangaroo have offered free Secure Bike Parking in their state of the art End of Trip facilities to pre-registered delegates attending the Summit on Thursday 21st June. For more information and to book your parking spot, please click here.
Access to Gala Awards Dinner and Summit
With significant investment into transport and infrastructure including buses, ferries, trains, cycle paths and the Wynyard Walk pedestrian bridge, Lendlease Barangaroo is seamlessly connected with every part of wider Sydney.
(directions factsheet PDF)
Take advantage of the secure bike parking on Thursday for the Summit (pre-registration required due to security access – click here to register) or park in any of the public racks in the Barangaroo precinct at any time.
Wynyard Station is only a short walk away. The Wynyard Walk tunnel provides a fully accessible pedestrian link between Wynyard Station and Tower Three, and avoids steep inclines and road crossings.
Bus services will now take you directly to Barangaroo. Routes 311, 324 and 325 travel to Hickson Road from
Town Hall, and a number of off peak services are now arriving at neighbouring King Street Wharf.
The closest taxi rank is located on Shelley Street, just outside Tower 3. This is also the best place to be dropped.
The new ferry wharf at Barangaroo South is expected to open mid 2017. Until then, ferries arrive and depart from King Street Wharf and Circular Quay.
There is limited parking available at Barangaroo South. If you are visiting by car, the closest public car parks are:
– Secure Parking, King St Wharf, 1 Shelley St http://www.secureparking.com.au
– Maritime Trade Towers Carpark, 8/20 Napoleon St, Sydney, www.wilsonparking.com.au.
Australian Bicycle Summit is proudly sponsored by: