Katherine Butcher


Kayfabe the bastard: Access to Eramboo

Eramboo Artist Environment, 304 McCarrs Creek Rd, Terrey Hills NSW 2084


Eramboo Artist Environment
304 McCarrs Creek Road, Terrey Hills Sydney 2084

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Go to detailed Eramboo Site Map by Katherine Butcher

Getting here

Eramboo is situated adjacent to Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Drive north along Mona Vale Road towards Mona Vale, through St Ives, and turn left at McCarrs Creek Road. Turn right immediately at the roundabout and immediately left for McCarrs Creek Road. 1.2km along McCarrs Creek Road is Eramboo on the left at number 304.

Forest Coach Lines buses (route line 270, 271 or L70) will also get you from Sydney CBD to Terrey Hills, or bus route 197 from Mona Vale.

Please note cars must park off the Eramboo premises between 1pm - 4pm while the event is running. 

Private car and motorcycle
Private car and motorcycle users can park on the Eramboo site to drop guests.

Accessible Parking
The nearest accessible parking is on the Eramboo site.

Venue accessibility information 

General Information

  • Access to the site is across uneven ground (grassed area). There is no ramp access to enter the building.
  • There are 5 gender-neutral bathrooms at Eramboo Artist Environment. These are accssible on the ground level.
  • The bathroom is free from artificial perfumes/soaps. 
  • Assistant animals are welcome. Take care of your animal as this is a dense bush area and there can be other animals including ticks in the surrounding trees and vegetation.
  • Drinking water will be made available during events but please be aware that Eramboo does not have drinking water available on site.
  • The building is not climate-controlled.

Access Information

  • Please get in touch via email if you would like to meet someone in advance or attend the event earlier for easier entry.
  • The entrance to the gallery is wider than 1.2 m. The gallery can be accessed via ramp.  
  • Eramboo Gallery features a floor-to-ceiling glass barn door along one end of the gallery and this is the entrance of the building. These double windows are left open, subject to weather and when the gallery is in use.
  • The surrounding area of the building is uneven and can be slippery when wet.