Sydney 2019


Iintelligence Amplified: D61+ LIVE 2019 is a two day free forum and exhibition hosted in Sydney by CSIRO’s Data61.

Access to the main program and exhibition area is free via advance registration here. A masterclass program will also be available for an additional cost.

Food & Services
Food and services will be available to purchase onsite at the event. Food and catering is not provided as part of the free registration.

245 Wilson St. Eveleigh, Sydney, Australia

Carriageworks is the largest multi-arts centre in Australia. It commissions Australian and International artists to make monumental new work that intersects with contemporary ideas. Reflecting the diverse communities of urban Sydney, its artist-led program is ambitious, radical and always inclusive.

Carriageworks was built between 1880 and 1889 as part of the Eveleigh Railway Workshops. By the 1900s several thousand people worked here, building and maintaining locomotive engines and carriages for the expanding rail network. Those workers shaped the development of our city for over 100 years.

The Carriageworks site was one of the first places to employ Aboriginal people on an equal basis. It is also the place where generations of new migrants were first employed. In 1917, it was within these walls that the Great Strike started, which saw thousands of workers march on NSW Parliament and, through sheer power in numbers, shut it down.

In 2007, the site was redeveloped as a cultural precinct. Today, Carriageworks is the most significant multi-arts centre in Australia.

Getting there
Train: Carriageworks is easily accessible by train. Walk eight minutes from Redfern Station, ten minutes from Macdonaldtown Station or 15 minutes from Newtown Station.
Bus: Bus routes 422, 423, 426, 428, 370, 352 stop on City Road at Codrington Street, a five minute walk from Carriageworks.
Bike: There are bike lanes on nearby streets and bike racks within the Carriageworks precinct


Carriageworks is wheelchair accessible. If you need a wheelchair, please see Carriageworks staff at the visitor services desk on arrival or call +61 2 8571 9099 to arrange prior to your visit. An access ramp leading to the main entrance is located at street level at 245 Wilson Street. Accessible parking is available at the end of Carriageworks Way. Enter via 229 Wilson Street.

Taxis can enter at 229 Wilson Street for level access entry. The closest train station with wheelchair access is Newtown Station. The Carriageworks car park includes four mobility parking spaces. Accessible toilets are localted off the public space within the main building.

Service animals are welcome throughout the precinct. Carriageworks does not have a hearing loop.

Accommodation recommendations 
Mercure Sydney
Mercure Sydney is a vibrant city hotel located a short walk from major local attractions, including Carriageworks which is a short 15-20 minute walk away. We can offer attendees 15% off the best available rate for the period 1-4 October 2019 (inclusive) and buffet breakfast can be pre-purchased at $20. To secure a booking please call the hotel on (02)9217 6797 or email  and quote the rate code of CSIRO2019

Rydges Sydney Central
This conveniently located Sydney hotel is in Surry Hills, next to Sydney Central Station. Book by the 2nd of September to receive a 10% discount on the best available rate. Email or call 02 9289 0000 and quote the code: 681012

Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central
A vibrant hotel conveniently located adjacent to Railway Square in the heart of Sydney. To receive a 10% discount, click here