Plan your visit
BY CAR If you're driving, exit the Monaro Highway at Newcastle Street (southbound) or from South Canberra via Ipswich Street (northbound). There are two marked entrances to the site. CYCLE Cycling and pedestrian routes run along Lake Burley Griffin and through the Jerrabomberra Wetlands to Dairy Road.
E-bikes, standard bikes and shared cars are available for hire on-site, near the drop off zone. Neuron scooters are available for hire on-site, near the weighbridge. PUBLIC TRANSPORT Dairy Road is a 5 min walk from the 56 bus stop on Newcastle Street and a 15 min walk from the R2 bus stop on Ipswich Street.
Access and parking
PARKING Free all-day visitor parking is available. There are six dedicated parking areas labelled P1 - P6. If you are visiting a particular business at Dairy Road, use this map to see which parking area is best for you.
ACCESS Visitors of all ages and abilities are welcome at Dairy Road. The site is currently made up of eight buildings connected by public gardens and open space. Accessible parking and bathrooms are available. Service animals are welcome at all times. Dairy Road is accessible to visitors who use wheelchairs or prefer to avoid stairs. All entrances and public areas are accessible via step-free paths or elevators.