Ashfield Motor Inn

63 Liverpool Road, Sydney, 2131, Australia
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Forum Posts

Seniors Passes

by margsch

Hi from South Aus., having recently obtained a Senior,s Card I would like to know if the $2.50 day pass is valid on the Light Rail and Monorail systems. I used to get the 3 day pass that covered both but that was $30. The travel I will need is train from Domestic Terminal Mascot to Central and return, and 3 days of the above. South Australian Seniors card is valid throughout Australia now.

Re: Seniors Passes

by craic

Alas, the trains from either of the aiport terminals are not covered by any passes.
You can get a small senior discount, if my husband tells me right, but it is still very expensive.

It is because it is owned by a private company, even though cityrail trains service it.

The fare will be about 10 dollars. One way.

Re: Seniors Passes

by sirgaw

Confirming that the $2.50 senior/pensioner pass does cover trains, buses and ferries in greater Sydney, BUT not the airport run or the light rail/monorail. There is a seniors price for 1 trip tokens on the monorail and that 1 token will let you do as many laps as you want - gets a bit boring after about the 3rd lap - LOL.

By doing some planning of the bus, ferry and train timetables you may be able to get to/from Darling Harbour without the monorail or light rail.

We were in Sydney in October and used the $2.50 per day ticket a lot.

Re: Seniors Passes

by margsch

Thank you both for your help,

Travel Tips for Sydney

Circular Quay

by mcds1970

Circular Quay is got to be my most favorite place in the city. Amazing view of the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House...and quaint cafes and restaurants to hang out in.

* pic taken from mrs.macquiries point

Lots to See Walking in the City

by RedEaredPanda

When one's walking about the city of Sydney, there is always something that catches your attention.. Shopping at high priced boutiques or high skyscrapers or just simply watching people passing by you.. Walking is perhaps the best way to see the city so plan on spending a few days just walking in the city's popular areas be it the Opera House or the Darling Harbor, there is always to see around Sydney Took this picture from George Street, walking about the Darling Harbor general area.. Had a lot of fun!!

take the ferry from Circular...

by jrs1234

take the ferry from Circular Quay across to Manly - not only do you get a good, cheap look at the harbour, but there's a nice beach there too. The aquarium there is worth a visit, and there was a good fish and chip shop there last time I went...

Aboroginels of Australia

by bkarjee

Aboriginals of Australia are the original inhabitants of Australia. Much before the colonialists came to Australia in late 18th century, aboriginals were already roaming in the wilderness of Australia and there is no written record regarding the aboroginal history.
The lives of aboroginals havent changed much since thousand of years. They still identify themselves strictly as the original inhabitants and have stuck to their values and beliefs.
Although some adapted to the developing lifestyles, most aboriginals were forced to be content with the fringe benefits that the settlers provided them.
We came across these group of aboriginals who were playing a mix of popular and ancient musical instruments. Visitors used to put money in the container kept in front and get photographed with this group of aboriginals.
We too did that.

Bring a duffle bag

by keida84

We always bring a soft sided duffle bag with us when we travel. Because we each can ultimately check two bags, this is a way to off load some weight of the primary suitcases. We usually put all the dirty laundry in the duffle, I don't think any thieves would want to much with dirty laundry, but then you never know.

We also use packing cubes to organize the bags neatly. It is a great help if customs wants to open your bags.

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