The South East Makerspace is located right in the heart of Waterford City.
South East Makerspace
Eircode: X91 TW63
A short walk from the Bus Éireann bus station on Waterford Quay’s.
- Route 4 – Dublin (Airport) – Dublin – Carlow – Thomastown – Waterford – New Ross
- Route 40 – Cork – Youghal – Dungarvan – Waterford – New Ross – Wexford
- Route 55 – Limerick – Clonmel – Carrick-on-Suir – Waterford
Dublin Coach operates an ‘M9 Express’ from Merchants Quay, near the Granary. From Spring 2016, the same company operates to Cork (St. Patrick’s Quay) and Dungarvan via the N25.
- M9 Express – Dublin City Centre (Burgh Quay OR Bachelors Walk) – Dublin (Red Cow) – Kilkenny (Ormonde Road & MacDonagh Junction) – Waterford (Merchants Quay) – Dungarvan – Cork City (St. Patrick’s Quay).
Alternative Dublin services are provided by J.J. Kavanagh And Sons. Their services operate via the Quays leading to the principal stopping place at Parnell Street (7-10 minute walk).
Regional Coach and Local Buses
- Route 73 – Athlone – Portlaoise – Kilkenny – Waterford (infrequent, twice daily)
- Route 360 – Tramore – Waterford (frequent)
Suirway: services to/from Portlaw, Dunmore East and Passage East
Local city buses operate via the Quays
Private transport and car parking
The N25 Rosslare – Cork road now bypasses the City; also Waterford is the terminus of the M9 and national route N24
Indicative driving times:
- Kilkenny City (via M9) – 40 minutes
- Dungarvan (via N25) – 45 minutes
- Clonmel (via N24) – 45 minutes
- Wexford (via N25) – 1 hour
- Outer Dublin (Red Cow via M9) – 1 hour 45 minutes
- Cork City Centre (via N25) – 1 hour 50 minutes
Various private car parks are located on The Quay and further up Thomas Hill, for rates less than €5/day
On-street parking is €1.80/hour – free after 18.30 + Sundays (check signage). Availability is variable.
Waterford’s railway station is located on the opposite riverbank and is a short walk across the bridge to Thomas Hill (8-10 minutes).
All services are operated by Iarnród Éireann
Although Waterford was once a substantial rail hub, it is now the terminus of the line south from Dublin Heuston. Intermediate stations include Kildare Town, Athy, Carlow and Kilkenny. Infrequent services operate to and from South Tipperary on the old Rosslare to Limerick line. There is no direct service to Cork.