Macquarie Park
Situated in the heart of the vibrant Macquarie Centre, Timezone Macquarie Park answers some of your most pressing concerns. Questions like: “Where is the best place I can entertain ten 11-year-olds for a birthday party without going insane?” (Timezone). “What would be a good way of impressing my date?” (Win a Snorlax on the Timezone Claw Machine). “I think my daughter is better at sinking hoops than I am – what should I do?” (Bring her to Timezone – and bow down to her skillz!) Timezone Macquarie Park is all about friends, family, fun and memories – and our combination of the latest games, an attractive open prize shop and beautiful space just adds to the magic.

Address

Level 4 Macquarie Centre
Corner of Herring Road & Waterloo Road
North Ryde NSW 2113

Opening Hours

Monday
10am - 11pm
Tuesday
10am - 11pm
Wednesday
10am - 11pm
Thursday
10am - 11pm
Friday
10am - 12am
Saturday
9am - 12am
Sunday
9am - 11pm
Store opens 9am every day of the school holidays

Features

Getting Here

Parking

Macquarie Centre has plenty of parking areas allowing for easy access. There are up to 5,000 parking spaces with the first 3 hours free parking and free parking with entry after 7pm.
The best parking to Timezone is located on the Black Level Car Park (Rooftop) which can be accessed via either Talavera Road, Herring Road Overpass or the Express Ramp from Waterloo Road. Alternatively parking is available on the Red Level Car Park from Herring Road.

Public Transport

Macquarie Centre is serviced by bus, rail and taxis. The taxi stand is located on Herring Road, North Ryde. For more information please contact the Transport Infoline on 131 500.

Get off at the Macquarie University station on the T1 line.

Bus Routes

Buses leave Sydney CBD from outside the Queen Victoria Building on York Street. Bus numbers include 288, 290, 292 and 294 and will show Marsfield or Epping station on the front. Buses will also come from Epping and Eastwood train stations.

Train Line

You can access Macquarie Centre via Epping - Chatswood rail line by alighting the train at Macquarie University station.
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