North Sydney Campus:
116 Pacific Highway, North Sydney, NSW 2060 (P 02 9955 0488, F 02 9955 3888)
Crown Institute of Business and Technology is located in Northern part of Sydney Central and within five minutes walking distance from North Sydney Railway Station. We are very close to the Public Transport Interchange for connecting to trains and buses to all locations in Sydney CBD and beyond. North Sydney is the second largest Central Business District in NSW with a diverse range of businesses operating including many Colleges, Schools and a popular University. We occupy the whole four storey building in the prime locality.
Staying at North Sydney and Surroundings
North Sydney is within close proximity of Miller Point Shopping Arcade, Greenwood Plaza, Hotels, Restaurants, pubs, club and nightclubs, scenic views and attractions including the Harbour Bridge. If you are staying in the area, Greenwood Plaza is a good place to shop for essentials as well as boutique lines. It has a good delicatessen and a fish shop with fresh, quality seafood.
The most significant place of interest is the museum at Mary MacKillop Place, which tells the story of Australia's first and only Catholic Saint. North Sydney is surrounded by some of the prettiest Harbourside suburbs - Kirribilli, Milsons Point and McMahon's Point, each of which has a village atmosphere and is fun to visit. It is a very attractive location with impressive homes, leafy streets and plenty of goods views of Sydney Harbor. One should feel lucky to be studying and living around here.
For More information on North Sydney Visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Sydney
Sydney CBD Campus:
Level 5, 303 Pitt, St Sydney, NSW 2000 (P 02 8959 6340 F 02 9955 3888)
We are located at the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District with close proximity to Bus stops and Train Stations at walking distance which includes Townhall, Museum and St James Stations. CBD is the main commercial centre of Australia drawing thousands of visitors each day with its spectacular views of the Harbour, iconic landmarks, major cultural institutions and many beaches and coastal walks to explore and enjoy. Aside from being a world-renowned tourist destination the area is a regional financial hub with a global city status and the high-rise buildings.
Staying at Sydney CBD
It is one of the world’s most attractive cities to live in and explore with a range of accommodation available to match your requirement. One can also consider living in inner city suburbs such as Redfern, Newtown and Glebe etc with excellent Public Transport access to CBD in minutes. One will have the excitement and convenience of city living and can take the advantage to explore the wide variety of dining and shopping options Sydney CBD has to offer. There’s always something going on, something to see, to learn and treasure.
For More information on Sydney CBD Visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney_central_business_district