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    Air shuttle from the airport and other travel

    by laughingsun69 Written Oct 20, 2003

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    Hi there if arriving by plane to mascot airport, grab a shuttle bus out the front for around $7aus, theyll drop you at watever hotel your staying at in the CBD or anywhere else within the CBD just talk to the driver when boarding to let him know where youd like to be dropped of youll find them friendly and helpful.Once in the city daily getting around is best via public rail system or bus or ferry for harbour destinations like manly or the zoo, personally i love the ferry ride to manly..

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    Bus travel around Sydney

    by Sweetberry1 Written Aug 29, 2003

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    Bus travel around Sydney is very good, and buses are plentiful in most areas.
    You can buy a day pass, and that will cover all public transport for the day...The drivers are friendly, and very helpful.

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    Buy a 10-trip bus pass

    by kooka3 Updated Jul 18, 2003

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    If you're going to do a lot of travelling, get a 10-trip pass. Just be warned - the price changes depending on zones. It can be a little confusing at first. Ask the driver how many zones you will be going or how many times you will need to punch the card for your trip. If you are going to stay in the immediate CBD area, you'll be in zone 1, but zone 2 comes up quickly!

    You can buy cards that will cover more zones if you're going to go out of the CBD a lot.

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    Sydney Explorer

    by pmarshuk Written May 11, 2003

    A good way to get to know the layout of the city is to take the Sydney explorer. There are two routes, one which covers the city and the other goes out to the beaches. Here's a view of the entrance to Sydney Harbour - one of the stops on the beaches bus.

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    Sydney Transport

    by SydneyGal Written Dec 30, 2002

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    The best way to get around the city areas of Sydney is by foot! but if you have a longer way to go, take a bus. Sometimes it can be a little hard working out which bus to take and which route to go on. For more information check out the excellent 'transport info' website (address below) or call 131 500. If you need to travel a greater distance, or you just need to travel the main city areas, a good alternative is to take the train.

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  • Plane is the only way! There...

    by portia1971 Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Plane is the only way! There is a very handy train from the Airport (A$9) right into the city or there are buses (the yellow ones) to take you into the city for $A9 and there are a number of specialised buses to take you direct to hotels.
    Walking will take you far in the city but the much maligned train system is efficient and mostly reliable. These will take you all around the Sydney and surrounds. you can buy day tripper tickets.
    Also buses in the city and inner suburbs eg Glebe, Balmain and parts of the North Shore.

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    The Airport Express bus,...

    by Skylink Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The Airport Express bus, operated by State Transit, costs $7 single, $12 return (within 2 months). It allows luggage. It stops at many stops including the railway station, George Street, Circular Quay, then Kings Cross. The travelpass is not valid on this bus.

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