Places-of-interest in the Ballybrit / Riverside area of Galway city, and public-transport information.
View Area map - Ballybrit in a larger map
|1||Ballybane Industrial Estate, Ballybrit entrance (previously called the Morris Roundabout entrance)|
|2||Ballybrit Industrial Estate - See the site map for locations of individual businesses|
|3||Oldenway Industrial Estate and Ballybrit Upper Industrial Estate|
|4||New Life Centre AKA New Life Centre Church (New Life Center, GCF, Galway Christian Fellowship East)|
|5||East United AFC (soccer) clubhouse and pitch|
|6||Cregal Art Supplies|
|7||Eircom Building, Monivea Rd|
|8||IDA Small Enterprise Centre / Small Business Park |
Harris House, Harr-mack House AKA Small Business Park, Harris House, Harrmack House, Harr-Mack House
Current tenants include Galway Primary Care (GP surgery), HERO / CCP Recruitment
|9||Riverside Commercial Estate AKA Riverside Industrial Estate, Riverside Business Park|
|10||Trappers Inn Pub and Restaurant (Previously Jacksons Pub / Jackson's Bar)|
|11||Ballybrit Business Park - previously considered to be part of Ballybrit Industrial Estate|
|12||City East Business Park - previously considered to be part of Ballybrit Industrial Estate|
|15||JumpLanes - trampolining and Ice-skating centre. Previously Mangans Cash and Carry.|
|16||Ballybane House and former Heneghan's Nurseries|
Public Transport Information
For Trappers Inn, Riverside Commercial Estate and the IDA Small Enterprise Centre, catch the 405 - Ballybane bus: this comes through Eyre Square from Rahoon.
The bus goes up Bohermore, past New Cemetery and then Townparks (on the right), and Liosbaun industrial estate (on the left). There is one bus-stop just past Liosbaun estate.
For other locations,catch the 403 - Ballybrit bus . This bus goes along College Rd, past Wellpark and Mervue industrial estate.
There is a bus-stop just past the Eircom building, and Cregal Art is across the road. Use this stop also for the Ballybrit Industrial Estate, Ballybrit Business Park, City East Business Park, and the Ballybrit entrance to the Ballybane Industrial Estate.
ALTERNATIVE: One "factory run" bus goes into the Ballybrit industrial estate in the morning and out again in the evening. There are more details about this "HP bus" here - note that the route from Eyre Square is sometimes varied.
The 403 bus goes past Ballybane shops, goes through Castlepark and then turns right and goes to Briarhill shopping centre,
For the New Life Centre church and East United football club, and Oldenway industrial estate, either get off by Ballybane shops and walk along Monivea Rd, or get off at the first stop after the bus leaves Castelpark.
City Bus Details - for route maps and timetables.