To plan your trip by train, bus, ferry, light rail or coach from anywhere in Sydney or NSW, go to Trip Planner.
The following apps may assist you with your travel:
Abil.io – If you have limited mobility, Abil.io can help assist you to plan your trip. It takes into account the elevation and gradient of ramps, footsteps, proximity to accessible parking and more.
Trip View – Create trip plans for train, bus, light rail and ferry and download timetables with real-time data. This app also features accessibility information for travel.
Travel on T1 Northern, North Shore or Western Line and take the train to Meadowbank. Trains to Epping will usually go direct to Meadowbank. Alternatively, you will need to go to Strathfield to change and catch a train to Meadowbank.
From Meadowbank Station, catch the Route 507 bus to Royal Rehab. There are two bus stops close to Royal Rehab. The first is on the crossroad of Morrison Road and Charles Street, and the second is on Morrison Road and Payten Street, Putney.
Catch the Route 507 bus from either Circular Quay, Alfred Street – Stand C; Wynyard Station, George Street; or Town Hall, Druitt and Kent Streets. There are two close bus stops on the crossroad of Morrison Road and Charles Street or Morrison Road and Payten Street, Putney.
Click here for more information on Bus Route 507.
Catch the Parramatta River Ferry (F3) from Circular Quay to Kissing Point. From the ferry terminal, it is approximately a 17-minute walk or three-minute car ride to Royal Rehab.
Click here for more information on the Parramatta River Ferry (F3).
There are a number of different wheelchair accessible taxis operating in NSW, including flash cabs, mini buses and people movers. Many taxi companies will offer accessible options and we have listed the main ones below.
Transport NSW has some helpful information for travelling by wheelchair accessible taxis, click here to find out more.
Zero200 provides centralised bookings for wheelchair accessible taxis in Sydney.
Clients who live more than 100 kilometres from Royal Rehab may be eligible for assistance from the Isolated Patients Travel Assistance Scheme which helps people in isolated and rural communities access specialist medical treatment not available in their area. Talk to your social worker to find out more or visit Travel Assistance (IPTAAS).
We are pleased to offer free onsite parking to our visitors.
The front carpark off Morrison Road is reserved for visitors and offers parking spaces with no time restrictions including a number of accessible parking spaces.
There are also several parking spaces around the Recreation Circle, including accessible parking spaces, which can be accessed via Susan Schardt Way from Charles Street or Morrison Road. Parking time is restricted to three hours.
For clients visiting Day Rehabilitation or medical clinics we have limited parking available with no time restrictions. Simply go to
the boom gate along Susan Schardt Way and press the intercom button and you will be provided access.
For clients visiting the hydrotherapy pool or the Public Outpatient Program in the Hodson Building, the best parking is at the front of the facility off Morrison Road. A short walk along a wheelchair friendly ramp will take you to the Hodson Building. The hydrotherapy pool can be accessed via the lifts in the main building. There is a drop-off area outside the Hydrotherapy Pool.
Please note that the number of spaces we have available is limited and if these are unavailable then the best alternative is street parking.