The UTS campus is located at the southern gateway to Sydney's Central Business District. You'll find our main faculty and administrative buildings clustered within three adjacent yet distinct locations.
Broadway: The heart of the campus, this is the location of faculty buildings for Science, Health, Arts and Social Sciences, Engineering and IT, and Design, Architecture and Building. Our neighbours in this growing education, digital and creative hub include the ABC and the Central Park complex, home to the world’s tallest vertical garden, while Central Station is just a five-minute walk. If you need a landmark, it would be the 120m-high 'Brutalist' UTS Tower with its UTS ‘sky signage’ that lights up the night sky. Our ‘open campus’ means our inner hub is open to anyone who'd like to visit.
Haymarket: Past and future collide at Haymarket, named after its location in Sydney’s old market district adjacent to Sydney's Chinatown. Old market buildings now accommodate student spaces, classrooms, support services and specialist units. Nearby, future business leaders study in a contemporary architectural icon – the Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wing Building. Next door, Building 15 is a hub for innovation, accommodating the UTS Animal Logic Academy and UTS Startups. A short walk north along The Goods Line, two large Powerhouse Museum theatres house UTS classes. Recently, a revival of Darling Harbour has transformed the area.
Blackfriars: This peaceful heritage enclave set back from busy Broadway is just a five-minute walk from the UTS Tower. While something of a hidden gem, the neighbourhood is well known to UTS parents with children at the state-of-the-art Blackfriars Children’s Centre, as well as to the research and innovation teams based nearby. Blackfriars' connection with education stretches back to 1884 when a public school opened. In the future, a new Blackfriars industry hub will forge closer connections with various partners, including entrepreneurial and innovative start-ups for which the neighbourhood is renowned.
Specialist off-campus facilities
Moore Park: Sydney’s premier sporting precinct is home to UTS's sport and exercise programs, as well as sports media classes and the Graduate School of Health’s physio program. A stone’s throw from the Sydney Cricket Ground, UTS's facilities are co-located with Rugby Australia and Australia’s elite national rugby teams. In fact, this arrangement is an Australian-first for university programs embedded within an elite sporting complex. The location allows UTS to cement connections with top sports organisations at Moore Park, developing prime opportunities for UTS students seeking internships and experience in professional sport.
Botany: This industrial hub close to Sydney Airport and major manufacturing facilities is the location for a vast UTS Tech Lab, which houses a range of specialist laboratories operated by the Faculty of Engineering and IT. Incorporating spaces for research, development and testing in a range of fields – including civil engineering, robotics, communications and vehicle systems – the Tech Lab is an incubator for future-focused, world-leading research outcomes and collaborative partnerships between academics, industry and government. Botany will also soon be home to UTS’s Centre for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine.