|Australian Mathematical Society
|Mathematics Department at Macquarie University
|George Szekeres Medal
|B H Neumann Prize
|Conference Detail and Conference Bag
|Book Display and Software Demonstration
Macquarie University is located under 20 kilometres north west of the centre of Sydney, simultaneously next door to a new technology park and to a national park. Currently, there is no direct train line to the University, but there are direct bus links into the City, and to the train lines at Chatswood and at Epping. For travel information, please click here. For information on car parking, please click here. For a local map, please click here.
Macquarie University Campus:
For a campus map, please click here.
All the Buildings on Campus have a code name such as E7A, C5C or W5B. The first letter is usually E, C or W, denoting respectively East, Central and West. Occasionally, E runs over into F, and W runs over into X or even Y. The middle number gives some indication of where the building is in the north-south direction, with a lower number denoting south and a higher number denoting north. The last letter identifies the different buildings that share the same first letter and middle number.
The Travelodge is located at E11A, on the north eastern corner of the campus. Dunmore Lang College does not have a code, as it is not officially part of the University. You can find it near the south eastern corner of the University.
Macquarie Shopping Centre:
The Macquarie Shopping Centre is a short 5-minute walk away, and offers a cinema complex as well as shopping and dining possibilities. Further dining possibilities are available within a 1-kilometre radius of the University, including some local hotels. For information on restaurants, please click here.