Driving to Rookwood Cemetery
The easiest way of reaching the Jewish sections of Rookwood Cemetery is to enter by car via Centenary Drive.
From the north off Homebush Bay Drive.
From the east and west off Parramatta Road or the Western Distributor
From the south off Roberts Road or the Hume Highway / Liverpool Road.Cemetery map
Detailed Driving Directions from Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs
Average travel time is 35 minutesPart A. Via the Cross City Tunnel and Western Distributor to Parramatta Road
3. Turn left into New South Head Road at the intersection near the Edgecliff Centre
stay in the lane on the right heading towards the Anzac Bridge
(If you do not have an electronic tag, call (02) 9033 3999 within 24 hours to pay the toll)
5. Continue west on the Western Distributor over Darling Harbour and move to the
second lane from the left while crossing the Anzac Bridge
6. From the Anzac Bridge drive south on the City West Link, taking the right lane.
This road becomes Dobroyd Parade and then Wattle Street
Part B. Parramatta Road to Rookwood Cemetery via the M4 Highway
8. Turn right from Parramatta Road on to the M4 Motorway and stay in the left lane
9. Turn left at the first exit from the M4 into Homebush Bay Drive
10. Turn left into Centenary Drive
11. For the entrance to Rookwood Cemetery, turn right off Centenary Drive into
Weeroona Road at the second set of traffic lights
12. From the cemetery entrance, proceed up the hill to Hawthorne Avenue. Turn left at
the roundabout. The JCT office is on the right
Click here for a map of the Jewish Section at Rookwood Cemetery. The map shows the location of the various sections and the Main Office and other landmarks.
last updated on: 27/04/2011
Click here for a detailed downloadable map of Rookwood Cemetery. The map shows the areas used by the various denominations and entry and exit points, with roads, bus and train information
last updated on: 12/06/2007
Click here for the downloadable driving instructions from the Eastern Suburbs to Rookwood Cemetery. For your own personalised set of instructions, please use http://www.whereis.com or http://maps.google.com
last updated on: 01/12/2012