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Sydney transport from the airport and in town including Sydney Buses, Ferries, City Rail, Light Rail, Monorail and Sydney Taxis


Sydney Transport - Sydney Airport

Sydney’s Kingsford-Smith Airport, (Sydney Airport), lies just 8km south of the city. The Airport Link Underground Railway connects the Sydney Airport to Central Station. The journey takes approximately 10 minutes and is reasonably priced if you are travelling on your own. The train may beat catching a cab during peak times due to traffic and the wait you may experience at Sydney Airport’s taxi rank.. Thetrains depart every 7-10 minutes. A taxi from the airport which will cost you at least $25 to the city centre. The No. 300 bus goes to the airport via Circular Quay the No. 350 bus goes via Kings Cross.

For useful information and help try , the tourism NSW information desk is located on level 1 of the international terminal).


Sydney Transport - Sydney city

Sydney city centre is fairly compact with a number of attractions within walking distance of each other but other suburbs you may be visiting, particularly in the western suburbs of the city, can take a while to reach.. Sixteen train lines, an extensive bus service and ferries operating from six wharfs make travelling around Australia’s biggest city frelatively easy. Sydney’s public transport system comprises of trains, buses, ferries, a light rail system, the city monorail and taxis. Sixteen lines operate throughout Sydney, serving the majority of the city. Most trains pass through the city centre stations Central, Town Hall, Martin Place, Wynyard and Circular Quay. Other lines service northern and western suburbs. The train is often the quickest way of getting around Sydney. Short journeys begin at around two dollars and get more expensive as your journey gets longer.


Sydney Transport - Sydney Buses

The bus can take longer than the train due to traffic but is the only mode of transport to some parts of the city (e.g. Northern Beaches and Most of the Eastern Suburbs) It is usually slightly cheaper than City Rail.

Sydney Transport - Sydney Ferries

Ferries serve most of the bays dotted around Sydney Harbour along with other suburbs on the harbour and often have a connecting bus service. The ferry is rarely the quickest way to get from A to B (places like Fort Dension being an exception)


Sydney Transport - Monorail

The monorail circles Darling Harbour and also goes by Pitt Street in the city centre. The Monorail is perhaps of more benefit and relevance to tourists than locals.


Sydney Transport - Light Rail

This city centre service operates from Haymarket in the city centre (down from the cinemas in Georges Street) through Chinatown and up to Pyrmont where the casino is. Just like a tram except quicker and runs 24 hours.

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