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How to get to Lane Cove River Tourist Caravan Park and campground at Macquarie Park in Sydney. And also Tandara Luxury Camping Sydney.

Lane Cove River Tourist Park is located in the Lane Cove National Park on Plassey Road, North Ryde/Macquarie Park, New South Wales 2113 Australia. If you are using a GPS device you will need to enter the suburb as Macquarie Park
They don't have a street number unfortunately but they can usually be found under 'Places of Interest' as well.
Most GPS devices will locate the caravan park and camp ground but be careful if you are using a Tom Tom or Garmin device. You will NOT be able to reach the caravan park via Riverside Drive.

Find out all about public transport access. North Ryde train station is a short 900 metre walk from the caravan park. Turn right out of the station, walk down a slight hill and turn left into Plassey Road. Reception is about 700 metres on the right.
And follow the above link if you have just arrived in Sydney by plane, boat or bus (There is a Google map at the bottom of the page)

Important GPS or satellite navigation info.

Please load your GPS device or phone with PLASSEY ROAD, MACQUARIE PARK 2113 as your destination.
Co-Ordinates: Latitude - 33º 47' 22.30"S Longitude - 151º 8' 35.40" E
Decimal degrees: -33.78952666, 151.14316666 (Verified by Google Maps search).

NSW will soon be adopting a national highway numbering scheme but the existing numbers will be fine.

From the North via the Newcastle Freeway.

Exit the F3 and head south for the city on the Pacific Highway [1]. At Pymble, turn right onto Ryde Rd [3]. Continue along Ryde Rd[3] to North Ryde, avoiding the entrance to the M2 with the sign to Epping, and turn left onto Epping Rd. At the 2nd set of traffic lights turn left onto Delhi Rd [29]. NEW. At the 3rd set of traffic lights turn left onto Plassey Rd. The Tourist Park entrance is 750m on the right.

From the South

From Wollongong or the South Coast, take the Southern Freeway towards Sydney joining the Princes Highway [1]at Waterfall. Continue along the Princes Highway [1] and veer left onto King Georges Road [3].
Continue along [3] to North Ryde and turn right onto Epping Rd towards the city. At the 2nd set of traffic lights turn left onto Dehli Rd [29]. NEW. At the 3rd set of traffic lights turn left onto Plassey Rd. The Tourist Park entrance is 750m on the right.

From the South West and Canberra.

Follow the South Western Freeway [31] heading towards Sydney. You have two options as you approach the M7/M5 interchange.
M7/M2 Option. If you follow the M7 towards Newcastle/Hornsby it will bring you to us going through only one set of traffic lights and is a very easy drive. The M7 continues onto the M2. Stay on the M2 until you reach the exit to Delhi Road. Turn left onto Delhi Road and then turn left at the (NEW) 2nd set of traffic lights(one is a pedestrian crossing) which is Plassey Rd.
The M7 and the M2 are toll roads that both use the E-Tag system. E-Tags from Melbourne and Brisbane are valid in Sydney. There are no cash booths on the M7 or M2 but the toll can be paid via phone.
M5 Option. If you follow the M5 towards Sydney you need to turn left onto King Georges Road [3]. The M5 is a toll road and you have the option to use an E-Tag or pay cash at the toll booths (at the moment). This is a cheaper option.
Continue along [3] to North Ryde and turn right onto Epping Rd. At the 2nd set of traffic lights turn left onto Dehli Rd [29].
NEW.
At the 3rd set of traffic lights turn left onto Plassey Rd.

From the West and the Blue Mountains.

Follow the Western Motorway [M4] and either take the M7 option (as above) or continue on towards the city. The M4 is now toll free for its entire length. Turn left onto Homebush Bay Dr [3]. Continue along route 3 to North Ryde and turn right onto Epping Rd. At the 2nd set of traffic lights turn left onto Dehli Rd [29]. NEW. At the 3rd set of traffic lights turn left onto Plassey Rd. The Tourist Park entrance is 750m on the right.

From the City of Sydney

Cross the Harbour Bridge (now E-Tag only, no cash booths, but you only pay a toll heading south). Continue along the Waringah Freeway[1] and the Gore Hill Freeway[1] and choose one of two options. Option 1, continue through the Lane Cove tunnel, (toll road, E tag only, no cash booths) or option 2, veer left towards Lane Cove.
Option 1. After leaving the Lane Cove Tunnel, exit to the left, therefore avoiding the M2 toll road. You are now joining Epping Road. At the second set of traffic lights turn right onto Delhi Road [29]. Stay on Delhi Road heading towards Chatswood. Don't enter the M2. NEW. At the 3rd set of lights (one is a pedestrian crossing) turn left onto Plassey Rd.
Option 2. Continue along Epping Road, past a disused Shell service station/MacDonalds, and turn right at the lights onto Delhi Rd [29]. Don't enter the M2. NEW. At the 3rd set of lights turn left onto Plassey Rd. The Tourist Park entrance is 750m on the right.
You have now arrived safely and you won't need your car again until you are ready to leave!


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