Sydney Eye Hospital is located at:
8 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000

Ferry: If travelling by ferry the hospital is a 20 minute walk from Circular Quay wharves.

Train: St James and Martin Place train stations are only a few minutes walk from Sydney Eye Hospital.

Bus: Bus services stop on Macquarie St near the hospital and Elizabeth Street near Martin Place.

Car: Parking is available at Metro Carpark under the hospital via Hospital Road.

Maps: For map directions to the Sydney Eye Hospital use Google or other map services.

Sydney Eye Hospital Foundation supports the Sydney Eye Hospital through fundraising but is not involved in it’s day to day operations.

Hours: The hospital is always open but the visiting hours are 10 am to 8 pm.

You can find further information on the Sydney Eye Hospital website or by calling them directly on +61 2 9382 7111.

 

The Sydney Eye Hospital Sydney Australia is one of the leading and finest hospitals in New South Wales. It is a public hospital in Sydney Australia yet it provides the best health service in the state. Aside from providing health services, the hospital is also in aid of education on medical students.

The Medical Library of the Sydney Eye Hospital is a room of great learning in terms of medical research and studies. The Medical Library has a vast collection of medical books and journals. They also have a wide-ranging collection. These collections are essential in teaching medical students, aid research of medical cases, and other purposes. The library is composed of different sections. There is a room for general medicine where the books found in this room are for general use on medicine only. There is also a room for eye and general eye book reading and historical room. The Medical Library also provides a library catalogue but you must be registered borrower to be able to have an access to the catalogue.

The Medical Library is located at the Level 3 of the Administration Building of the Sydney Eye Hospital. The library is open from Mondays to Fridays from 9 am to 5:30 pm.

The Eye Hospital Sydney conducts guided tours on the historical places of the Sydney Hospital during weekdays for approximately one hour every tour. Historical tours cost $10 per person, museum tours cost $6 person, and combine historical and museum tours cost $14 per person. Funds collected on these tours will be used to buy medical facilities for the use of the patients and for the maintenance of the museums.

Tourists will be able to learn the historical value and historical events of the Sydney Hospital, the pioneer hospital of Australia. In the historical tours, the tourists will be able to visit Macquarie Street building, the Nightingale Wing and the Clinical Services Building. The tourists will also be able to see the St. Luke Chapel, the Il Porcellino sculpture at the entrance of the hospital and The Robert Brough Memorial Fountain. The tour will begin at the magnificent Hospital Boardroom.

The museum tours, the tourist will be to walk back and experience the life in Sydney Hospital from the 18th century onwards through the historical artefacts and photographs displayed in the Nightingale Foundation Museum.

Booking a tour is much recommended to organize and plan well your visit in the Sydney Hospital. For more information about booking a tour, call the Sydney Hospital and arrange with them your desired time to tour.