Where is Australian Technology Park?

Sydney Location

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Australian Technology Park?


Our new venue Australian Technology Park is located approximately 5km south of the Sydney CBD, 8km north of Sydney airport and within 200m of Redfern Railway Station. The site is serviced by both Sydney Trains via Redfern Station and Sydney Buses between CBD and Marrickville Metro, as well as a dedicated cycleway. For more details visit:  http://www.doltonehouse.com.au/venue/australian-technology-park/


TRAIN: Sydney Trains operate frequent train services between Redfern Station (adjacent to the Australian Technology Park) and other major Sydney stations including Central, Town Hall, Wynyard and Circular Quay. It is a 200m walk to the venue from Redfern Station.

BUS: There are frequent bus services to the Australian Technology Park from the city and Sydney’s domestic and international airpo . The bus stop closest to the Australian Technology Park is on the corner of Boundary and Regent Street.

Plan your trip here:  https://transportnsw.info/trip#/


Only a limited amount of parking is offered by Divvy at Australian Technology Park – BOOKING AHEAD IS REQUIRED. The entrance to the car park is from Henderson Road, Eveleigh. For information, visit the Divvy website:  https://www.divvyparking.com 


On street parking around the venue is limited in Eveleigh, and we strongly suggest using public transport to avoid disappointment (this also means you can taste as many Italian wines as you like… win! win!)

Will there be entry tickets available at the door on the day?

We will only have tickets at the door if there are some left (some sessions are usually sold out by event day). We recommend that you purchase your tickets prior to make sure you don’t miss out. Please check our website and Facebook page for regular updates.

What does my ticket include?

General Admission Tickets include festival entry for time specified on ticket, espresso coffee, bottled water, cooking demonstrations, entertainment plus free access to our festival app (Does not include wine zone entry or meals)


Wine Zone Tickets include entry to wine zone for hours specified on ticket, all wine tasting in wine zone (15ml tastes), wine tasting glass to keep (Festival entry is not included and must be purchased separately – ticket is not valid without a festival entry ticket)


VIP Tickets include exclusive pre-festival entry from 9.30am, A VIP wine glass to keep, Prosecco on arrival, entry to wine zone and all wine tasting, entry to VIP Lounge with Sommelier service and glass of wine, Assaggini Menu prepared by Buon Ricordo Restaurant, espresso coffee, bottled water, festival tote, cooking demonstrations, entertainment and free access to our festival app (Does not include meals)


Vino Grande Masterclass Pass includes all day festival entry, wine zone entry with all wine tasting and entry into all 3 wine masterclasses. (Valid for one person only, and cannot be divided. This package must be booked under one name and used by one person only)

Will we need cash at the event?

IWFF outlets will be taking credit card and cash payments. Some exhibitors will only be taking cash, so we recommend bringing some cash with you. An ATM will also be located in the venue.

How much will wine cost?

If you have a wine zone entry ticket, all wine tasting is included (tasting portions 15ml), plus you can purchase a glass or bottle to enjoy at the event or take home (only un-opened bottles are allowed out of the venue). There will also be wine bars in the main festival, where all guests can purchase a variety of Italian wines by the glass (prices from $8)

How much will cocktails cost?

Drinks at the Negroni Bar cost $8 – $15

Are children allowed into the event?

Children (under 18 years old) are permitted and have free entry when accompanied by a paying adult.

Are there ID requirements?

Attendees must be over 18 to taste or consume alcohol and may be required to show ID as proof of age (drivers license or passport).