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Macquarie Park snapshot

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Working at Macquarie Park

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Community & Leisure

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Investment & Growth

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Transport & Accommodation

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Service Directory

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www.macquariepark.com.au Š 2013 City of Ryde Editorial Enquiries City of Ryde Economic Development Department Phone 9952 8222 Email cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au For more copies of this publication contact: City of Ryde on 9952 8222 1st edition

Published and produced by Urban Walkabout on behalf of City of Ryde Layout Design Alexandra De Bonis Writer Neha Kale Photography Helen White Photography helenwhitephotography.com Additional photography with thanks to City of Ryde, Goodman, Macquarie University and Eden Gardens Cover photography with thanks to Goodman The Meet Macquarie Park guide is printed responsibly using vegetablebased inks on paper sourced from responsible forestry.


Macquarie Park Snapshot

Macquarie Park is a business district on the rise. This bustling commercial centre combines a commitment to innovation with high levels of connectivity and a laid-back, enjoyable lifestyle factors that have seen ASX-listed companies and industry visionaries call it home. Welcome to the business park that everyone’s watching. 1


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Macquarie Park Snapshot

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Macquarie Park Snapshot

Located 12 kilometres northwest of central Sydney, the city’s third largest business district is a sleek, highly connected hub that’s home to global players across the pharmaceutical, technology, electronics and telecommunications industries. HISTORY Macquarie Park might currently be on the forefront of industry and innovation, but it’s past was much more pastoral - the late 19th century saw the site play host to lush market gardens, sprawling bushlands and the occasional waterfall. GROWTH Macquarie Park is in the midst of a serious growth spurt. Over 200 hectares of industrial land has been rezoned in the last two decades to create a thriving business centre. Macquarie Park is a key employment hub in Sydney – the precinct is expected to create more than 40,000 additional jobs by 2031. CONNECTIVITY Macquarie Park is on the Chatswood to Epping Rail Line and a major stop for bus services from key centres such as Parramatta, North Sydney and Castle Hill. The park is accessible by car via the M2, M4, M7 and Lane Cove Tunnel. The Macquarie Centre also operates the Biz Park shuttle, which offers free transit between the Centre and around the business park.

word on the street “Working at Macquarie Park is convenient for me because I live locally. I just catch the M2 bus, which gives me time to read. My friends and I have a lunchtime running club at Lane Cove National Park. Quite a few people in the area join in.” MAREE DOYLE, EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, FOXTEL

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Fast Facts Think you know Macquarie Park? These are the statistics that make the precinct tick.

15 minutes

the frequency of the Macquarie Centre Biz Park Shuttle, connecting the Centre with Macquarie Park TYPICAL WORKER Age: 35-44

30 bus routes

Education: 47% Bachelor or higher degree

serving Macquarie Park

27 minutes

Occupation: 53% Managers and Professionals

driving time from Macquarie Park to the Airport

Training: Management and Commerce

15 minutes

Income: Over $2,000 p/wk

the frequency of train services linking Central Station to Macquarie Park

Key Industries

30–34

Wholesale Trade – 14.7% Professional Scientific & Technical Services – 13.9% Healthcare & Social Assistance – 11.2% Information, Media & Telecommunications – 11%

the median age of a typical Macquarie Park worker

45,000 workers

Did you know?

30,000 10,000

The number of people employed in Information Media & Telecommunications almost tripled between 2006 and 2011 with an additional 5,150 new jobs

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The number of employees working for Macquarie Park’s 20 largest employers

Sydney’s newest Northern Train Line

Optus

with stations at Macquarie Park, Macquarie University and North Ryde (Delhi Road)

6,500

Macquarie University Foxtel

835,000 m2

the commercial space available to lease at Macquarie Park

250 retailers

incorporated in the Macquarie Centre, a major shopping complex including Big W, Myer, Target and Woolworths

50%

the percentage of water saved by the rainwater harvesting system at the Green Star-rated Macquarie University Library - one of the country’s most sustainable library buildings

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Sonic Health

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Schneider Electric

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Oracle

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Microsoft

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CSC

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BOC Gases

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Astra Zeneca

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Cochlear

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Fujitsu

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Johnson & Johnson

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Canon

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Goodman Fielder

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Macquarie Uni Hospital

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Macquarie Centre

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Toshiba

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Siemens

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Novartis

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Working at Macquarie Park Inspiring, vibrant and highly connected, Macquarie Park makes it easy to combine work and play. From state-of-the-art sports and leisure facilities and inspiring cultural events to a colourful range of lunchtime options, we show you how to get the most out of your workday­—whether you’re on or off duty.

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Insider Tips Whether you’re itching for a great coffee or desperate to conduct some pre-meeting research, here are five insider tips to cut out and keep. FREE WI-FI

POWER LUNCH

The Macquarie Centre’s level 3 food court and level 4 dining precinct will sate your lunchtime cravings - and also rescue you from an internet black hole. Take your laptop, choose a table and settle in with free wi-fi. Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Rd, Macquarie Park

If you’ve developed an aversion to sandwiches, head straight to The Ranch—the popular bistro serves up lamb shanks, wagyu beef burgers and linguine at an eight dollar discount from Monday to Thursday. To beat the lunch rush, order in advance. Cnr Epping & Herring Rds, North Ryde

PARKING SECRETS

GREAT COFFEE

The corner of Eastview Avenue and Kent Road might be a street parking oasis but it also boasts a scenic bush walk that takes you to work in fifteen minutes. It’s bound to turn your morning parking frenzy into a walk in the park. Cnr Eastview & Kent Rd, North Ryde

If you believe good coffee can’t be found beyond the city limits, head straight to Jam and Spoon—the lattes at this Lyonpark Road café are courtesy of celebrated local blend, Campos. 1 Lyon Park Rd, Macquarie Park BIZ PARK SHUTTLE The Macquarie Centre Biz Park Shuttle connects the Centre to the business park every fifteen minutes - for free. Mon - Fri, Bus Stop 5, Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Rd

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word on the street “I really enjoy playing football with the Lunchtime Legends. Different companies play against each other during the eight-week tournament. It’s short and sharp—you can run around with the people at work and return to the office in plenty of time. We also hold an end-of-season barbecue.” AUSTIN MORRIS, MANAGER OF INFRASTRUCTURE INTEGRATION, CITY OF RYDE

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Lunchtime Inspiration Macquarie Park has everything you need to make your lunch hour count. Here are six ways to turn your midday break into a workday highlight.

STEAK AND WINE AT THE GLASSHOUSE HOTEL

INJECT SOME RHYTHM INTO YOUR LUNCHBREAK

This sleek wine bar-cum-café dishes up classy takes on lunch. Come for wagyu beef burgers, scotch fillet and five dollar Friday drink specials that will have you counting down all week. 6 Eden Park Drive, Macquarie Park

Macquarie University sometimes plays host to free lunchtime concerts by former students who have made it big. Keep an eye out for exclusive sets from emerging and established forces in world music, jazz and rock’n’roll. Macquarie Theatre, Macquarie Uni

KICK NEW GOALS WITH THE LUNCHTIME LEGENDS

LAP IT UP AT MAC UNI POOL The Macquarie University Sports and Aquatic Centre is the one-stop, state-of-the-art, sport and fitness hub. Sign up for their swimming squads specifically catering to workers during their lunch break. Gymnasium Rd, Macquarie Uni

So you’re a team player at work, but what about on the field? Join the North Ryde chapter of the Lunchtime Legends football club to see how your skills translate. For info: lunchtimelegends.com.au

TAKE A CULINARY TOUR AT THE MACQUARIE CENTRE

RELAX AT EDEN GARDENS Book your corporate meeting at Eden Gardens to relax and enjoy this beautiful, creative space before lunch time. Walk through the contemporary art gallery and inspirational display gardens and lunch at Dragonfly Cafe. Cnr Lane Cove and Fontenoy Rds, North Ryde

Whether its a healthy burger at Grill’d, fragrant pad thai courtesy of Thai Break, or delicious hot chocolate at Max Brenner, the Macquarie Centre offers cures for every type of culinary craving. Cnr Herring & Waterloo Rds North Ryde

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Learning Macquarie Park may be a centre for industry, technology and commerce but it’s also home to some of the country’s leading educational institutions—a factor that makes it easy to combine your day job with long-term professional goals.

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MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY

MACQUARIE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Macquarie University is a worldclass tertiary institution and one of Australia’s preeminent research universities. It also plays host to one of the country’s most respected accounting schools and was nominated the top Australian institution for environmental science and ecology. The university’s proximity to Macquarie Park has also seen it forge strong ties with industry via commercial agreements, research partnerships and work placements. It’s state-of-the-art public library and refurbished sports and swimming complex are as popular with local workers as they are with students. mq.edu.au 02 9850 7111 Balaclava Road, North Ryde

The Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) is a leading Australian business school offering postgraduate courses and industryaccredited qualifications designed to cultivate future business leaders. According to the 2012 Economist MBA Survey, the school’s MBA program is ranked among the top 200 in the world. The school often works with local organisations to tailor industry-specific training and development programs and foster professional growth. mgsm.edu.au 02 9850 7800 Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Talavera Road

word on the street “Macquarie University is ideal for combining work and study. The fact that so many local companies offer internships means that there’s opportunity for businesses to attract future employees. And if employees want to upgrade their careers with further education, they can easily do that.” MEGAN NIXON, MARKETING MANAGER, MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY

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MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Macquarie University Hospital is one of the most advanced hospitals in the country, combining innovative medical practices with leading-edge technology. It also hosts the Australian School of Advanced Medicine, the first school of its kind to provide advanced training to surgeons and physicians. muh.org.au T 9812 3000 3 Technology Place, Macquarie Uni

EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS If you’re passionate about learning but commitment-shy, try one of Macquarie University’s community programs on for size. Macquarie Ancient Languages Winter School Obsessed with Roman culture or fascinated by Ancient Egypt? Macquarie University’s Ancient Languages program will equip you with critical language skills while sating your curiosity for good. arts.mq.edu.au/mals

MACQUARIE LIBRARY Housed in a striking, sustainable building, the Macquarie University Library is one of Northern Sydney’s most significant learning centres. It also features a 1.8 million-strong collection spanning print and electronic books and materials. mq.edu.au T 9850 7500 Building C3C, Macquarie Drive Macquarie Uni MORLING COLLEGE

MMCS Public Lecture Series Featuring a bill that includes intellectual superstars and global researchers, Macquarie University’s public lecture series is fodder for your mind. This year’s bill features renowned author Professor Catharine Lumby.

Morling College is a higher education provider for biblical and theological studies as well as counselling and education. It offers popular summer and winter school programs focussing on mission, chaplaincy and pastoral care. It is Australia’s largest provider of theological distance education. morlingcollege.com T 9878 0201 120 A Herring Rd, Macquarie Park

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word on the street “At Café Pronto, we’re busy all the time. We open early to serve customers their morning coffee and close at 4pm. We talk to all our regulars, know their names and how many kids they have. It’s a really friendly environment.” HILDA MAILMAN, OWNER CAFÉ PRONTO

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Community & Leisure Bound by the Lane Cove National Park and bordering Macquarie University and the buzzy Macquarie Centre, Macquarie Park offers locals ample opportunity to shake off the workday hustle and engage in community life. Here, athletic types can explore riverside cyclepaths and rigorous hikes while art lovers can take in exhibitions, festivals and musical events. The Macquarie Centre is giving rise to an inventive local dining scene while providing inspiration for workers to catch up, connect and unwind. Home to a fast-growing 10,000-strong population, Macquarie Park is a community on the verge of full bloom. Here are some tips on becoming part of it. Four Ways to Unwind

TAKE A WINTER VACATION AT THE MACQUARIE CENTRE ICE RINK

LACE UP YOUR HIKING BOOTS

Short on annual leave? Gliding around the ice rink is the perfect, commitment-free winter escape. Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Rd macquarieicerink.com.au

The Macquarie Park region offers some of Sydney’s most accessible bushwalking routes – the Great North Walk in leafy Lane Cove Valley is a surefire way to beat work stress. wildwalks.com

LOSE YOURSELF IN A HOLLYWOOD BLOCKBUSTER AT EVENT CINEMAS

HOST A BBQ AT LANE COVE NATIONAL PARK

Whether you like action extravaganzas or sweet romantic comedies, Event Cinemas delivers in spades. Visit on Tuesday for hefty discounts. Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Rd eventcinemas.com.au

This grassy, green expanse boasts sprawling picnic areas, native flora, cooking facilities and ample sunshine —the ultimate setting for a weekend BBQ with friends. environment.nsw.gov.au

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Exploring Macquarie Park Nothing lets you shake off a busy workday like a vigorous bike ride or a hike through lush bushland. Once playing host to the Field of Mars Common, Macquarie Park is now home to riverside walks, challenging hikes and cycling routes that turn your work journey into a commuter’s dream. Here are four ways to transform yourself from office worker to intrepid explorer while boosting your fitness levels. BROWNS WATERHOLE CYCLEWAY This popular cycle path has made light work out of north-south travel into Ryde. Skip the De Burghs Bridge and head north of the Lane Cove River via Browns Waterhole for a traffic-free journey home. DE BURGHS BRIDGE TO THORNLEIGH Following part of the postcard-perfect Great North Walk, this walking trail takes you northwest through leafy Lane Cove Valley and along the river before meandering up the Thornleigh playing fields towards the station. MACQUARIE PARK TO ROSEVILLE Start at Macquarie Park station and cross over De Burghs Bridge to reach the eastern bank of the Lane Cove River, passing rock formations and local flora on the way to Fullers Bridge in Roseville. SHRIMPTONS CREEK CYCLEWAY Starting at Quarry Road in Denistone East, this cycleway follows Shrimpton Creek and cuts through the heart of Ryde before leading you to Macquarie Park—in ten minutes flat.

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What’s On at Macquarie Park LUNCHTIME LEGENDS TOURNAMENT Whether you’re soccer-crazy or obsessed with rugby, Lunchtime Legends strengthens your team building skills on and off the field. Lunchtimes all year lunchtimelegends.com.au MUSIC ON WINTER SUNDAYS Each Sunday, the Macquarie Theatre plays host to vocal maestros including the Ku-ring-gai Male Choir and the Spirit of Sydney Chorus. Music purists should not miss. Macquarie Theatre, Macquarie University TEDX MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY An inspirational, high quality independently-run event, which comprises engaging talks, exciting performers, stimulating action projects, exhibitions and networking. Info: tedxmacquarieuniversity.com 19th October, 2013 MOVIES AT MACQUARIE This free film event is known for screening arthouse classics and eyeopening documentaries. Bookings essential. mq.edu.au/movies Macquarie University THE HUB BAZAAR Vintage lovers, foodies and collectors flock to this market for preloved clothing, offbeat collectibles and unusual street food. Mark your diaries. First Tuesday/month, 10am-3pm Central Courtyard, Macquarie University

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Investment & Growth Sydney’s emerging suburban CBD, Macquarie Park has become a magnet for ASX-listed companies and industry leaders thanks to fast-evolving infrastructure and steady growth.

Macquarie Park - a business district on the rise By 2030 Macquarie Park is projected to become Australia’s fourth largest CBD behind Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. It is also on track to become the second largest commercial office region in NSW after Sydney CBD.

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40,000

Headquarters for various ASX-listed companies and household names: Sony, Optus, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft and Goodman-Fielder

250,000 square units

the number of new jobs Macquarie Park will accommodate by 2031

the number of major Development Application approved projects in the pipeline at Macquarie Park

the space allocated to residential developments at Macquarie Park

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Major developments Completed in 2010, the $180 million Macquarie University Hospital is among the country’s most technologically advanced medical facilities. In 2011, Macquarie University invested $1 billion into infrastructure and capital works: for a new state-of-the-art library, redevelopment of the student services building, and the Australian Hearing Hub, a purpose-built research facility focusing on speech and language disorders. Macquarie University also has plans for an additional 500,000sqm of new office space – more than proposed for Barangaroo. The Macquarie Centre is currently engaged in a $380 million redevelopment, paving the way for 130 new specialty stores, including a David Jones, Coles and Aldi, and a further 1,050 car spaces. Upon completion, the shopping centre will be ranked among the country’s ten largest retail hubs. Goodman Group owns and manages approx. 300,000 sqm of office and warehouse space in Macquarie Park and North Ryde, and is currently developing two office towers for high profile corporations Canon and Fujitsu.

Leaps in infrastructure

2007 The Lane Cove Tunnel provides

Macquarie Park workers with a fast link to Sydney’s orbital motorway network and allows drivers to avoid Epping Road congestion.

2009 The Chatswood-Epping Rail Line

connects Chatswood and Epping railway stations and improves the commuting experience by introducing stations at North Ryde, Macquarie Park and Macquarie University.

2013 The $550 million Hills M2 upgrade

reduces travelling times between the city, the Macquarie Park business district and the northwest. New on and off ramps make the trip even easier.

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Transport & Accommodation Getting There Macquarie Park is a modern, highly connected transport hub located on one of Sydney’s largest motorways. It is also a major destination for public transport routes serving the city’s northwest. The park promises a seamless commuting experience—whether you prefer to travel by car, bus, rail or on two wheels.

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TRAIN

BUS

Travelling to the district by rail is seamless and easy, thanks to its close proximity to North Ryde, Macquarie Park and Macquarie University train stations. These stations are part of the Epping-Chatswood Line. cityrail.info

Macquarie Park is served by various transport providers including Sydney Buses, Forest Coach Lines and Hillsbus. Almost 30 routes travel to the district from centres such as Parramatta, North Sydney, Chatswood and Castle Hill. sydneybuses.info

BICYCLE

CAR

Macquarie Park is connected to the Sydney Bicycle Network allowing access from the north, south, east and west, and is situated on one of the region’s most scenic riverside bicycle routes. Just enter Lane Cove National Park from Delhi Road, follow Riverside Drive up to the exit and take the underpass to arrive at Lane Cove Road. lane-cove-national-park.com

Macquarie Park is readily accessible. The Hills M2 Motorway, Lane Cove Tunnel, Epping Road and Lane Cove Roads provide the main connections to Macquarie Park from most of Sydney.

BIZ PARK SHUTTLE Local stalwart, the Macquarie Centre Biz Park Shuttle connects the Centre to the business park, and includes stops at Macquarie University, every fifteen minutes. Leave your wallet at your desk—this service is completely free. Mon–Fri, departs Macquarie Centre Bus Stop 5 from 10.55am–2.25pm macquariecentre.com.au

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Where to Stay Whether you’re seeking five-star surrounds for your blockbuster conference or looking for convenient accommodation for interstate clients, Macquarie Park delivers. These are the best local accommodation options:

THE TRAVELODGE

THE RANCH

Modern and affordable, this spacious hotel is a smart option for longer-term business stays—its rooms include kitchenettes and spacious work desks. 81 Talavera Road North Ryde travelodge.com.au

Macquarie Park’s favourite local hangout also doubles as a walletfriendly accommodation alternative, complete with spacious rooms, glossy plasmas and fully-stocked bar fridges. It also offers a free shuttle service to and from the airport. Cnr Epping & Herring Rds, North Ryde theranch.com.au

THE STAMFORD GRAND Ideal for discerning corporate travellers, this five-star hotel trades in high comfort, thanks to elegant rooms, luxe interiors and stylishly appointed home offices. Cnr Epping & Herring Rds, North Ryde stamford.com.au

Other Options LANE COVE RIVER TOURIST PARK Enjoy camping in a tranquil setting at the Lane Cove River Tourist Park. With uninterrupted views out across Lane Cove Valley, this eco-friendly caravan park is a great way to get close to nature within close proximity to the city. With a variety of well-equipped camping options, its an extremely popular holiday destination. Plassey Rd, Macquarie Park T 9888 9133 lanecoverivertouristpark.com.au

QUEST NORTH RYDE Business travellers can unleash their inner nature enthusiast at this sleek serviced apartment, surrounded by leafy bushlands. It also features an outdoor swimming pool and spa. 58–62 Delhi Rd, North Ryde questapartments.com.au COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT With guest rooms providing specially designed spaces for working, relaxing and waking fully refreshed, highspeed internet, sleek meeting rooms and in-house technology, this hotel is the go-to option for corporate travel, conferences and events. 7–11 Talavera Rd, North Ryde courtyardnorthryde.com.au

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY ACCOMMODATION SERVICE Accommodation options for students and staff of Macquarie University. Level 2, Lincoln Building C8A, Macquarie University T 9850 7376 mq.edu.au

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Service Directory Resources, contact details and key information to help you navigate Macquarie Park. Ryde Library Services Civic Centre, 1 Devlin St, Ryde T 9952 8340 ryde.nsw.gov.au

Emergency contacts Caltex Woolworths 41 Epping Rd, Macquarie Park T 9878 2555

Quick fixes

Kmart Auto & Tyre Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9888 7477

XL Dry Cleaners Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9887 3520

Macquarie Medical Centre Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9878 6666

Tidy Feet Shoe Repairs Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9889 5919

Pennant Hills Police Station 12 Hillcrest Rd, Pennant Hills T 9858 9299

Priceline Pharmacy Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9887 1115

Taxis Combined T 133 300

Packham's Newsagency 197–223 Herring Rd, Macquarie Park T 9887 3989

Ultratune Auto Service Centre Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9888 5046

Alterations Now Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9870 8033

Local services Fitness First Macquarie Centre, Waterloo Road T 9002 7600

Cafes and Restaurants Cafe Pinnacle Pinnacle Office Park, GF Building B, 376 Lane Cove Road, Macquarie Park T 9889 0122

Macquarie Park Café and Florist Cnr Delhi & Plassey Rds, Macquarie Park T 9889 3889

Café Pronto Ground Floor, Building C, 12-24 Talavera Road, North Ryde T 9889 4550

Macquarie University Sports & Aquatic Centre Gymnasium Rd, North Ryde T 9850 7636 mq.edu.au

D’Fresh Food Bar 1/6 Eden Park Dr, Macquarie Park T 9888 2577

Nought to Five Early Childhood Centre 16 Waterloo Rd, Macquarie Park T 9887 1974

Eden Gardens 301-307 Eden Park Dr, Macquarie Park T 9491 9900

Pennant Hills Primary School Weemala Rd, Pennant Hills T 9484 2513

Hokka Hokka Noodles Shp 4/6 Eden Park Dr, Macquarie Park T 9889 1122

Ray White North Ryde 1/132 Coxs Rd, North Ryde T 9889 0266

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Jam and Spoon 1 Lyonpark Rd, Macquarie Park T 9888 6488

Corporate Headquarters Macquarie Park plays host to major Australian businesses as well as global leaders spanning a cross-section of industries. Here is a small sample of the big players.

Orchards Restaurant & Bar 7–11 Talavera Rd, North Ryde T 9491 9532 Ribs and Rumps 11 Talavera Rd, North Ryde T 9805 1199

3M Aristocrat Astra Zeneca Australian Radio Network Bausch and Lomb BOC Gases Boehringer Ingelheim Canon Cochlear Computer Sciences Corporation Compuware CSIRO Dupont Epson Ericsson Foxtel Fuji Xerox Fujitsu Honeywell Hyundai Johnson & Johnson Komatsu Australia Konica Monolta Laverty Pathology Luxottica Macquarie University Medtronic Australasia Pty Ltd Microsoft Nortel Novartis Optus Oracle Orix  Panasonic Proctor and Gamble Sanofi Schneider Electric Siemens Smith & Nephew Sonic Health Sony

Sambal’s Shop 7/285-297 Lane Cove Rd, North Ryde T 9889 7977

Talavera Café 15 Talavera Rd, Macquarie Park T 9888 6884

The Glasshouse Hotel 6 Eden Park Dr, Macquarie Park T 9888 6377

Bars and Pubs Atlantis Bar and Dining 58-62 Delhi Rd, North Ryde T 8899 8980

Marble Bar North Ryde RSL, Cnr Pittwater & Magdala Rds, North Ryde T 9888 7588

The Ranch T Epping & Herring Rds, North Ryde T 9887 2411 Bar Novo 2 Lyonpark Rd, Macquarie Park T 9870 7707

Useful links Macquarie University mq.edu.au Macquarie Centre macquariecentre.com.au eventcinemas.com.au Lunchtime Legends lunchtimelegends.com.au

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