Sydney Transportation

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    Suburban train
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    Gordon Station, on the North Shore
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  • 1. Travel Passes

    The color coded travel passes went away in 2010 and were replaced with the My series of tickets. MyMulti replaced these specifically and allow you to travel on all city buses, all state ferries and...

  • 2. Trains

    The best transport travel card to buy is the "OPAL"card which allows transport on any bus,train and ferry using the "tap on","tap off" system at any times.You can buy single train trip tickets from...

  • 3. Ferry / Jet Cat / River Cat

    The best ticket card to buy is the "OPAL"ticket card for unlimited travel on all trains buses and ferries.You can buy single tickets at Circular Quay but it will work out to be more expensive.They can...

  • 4. Buses

    Made the trip out to Bondi Beach while staying in Sydney centre.The famous beach is about 7 km from Sydney CBD and can be reached by catching the 380 or 333 bus.The other way is by using the...

  • 5. Airways / Airports

    From the airport to central Sydney, many accommodations are offering a free transfer (but often with a minimum amount of nights) The train from Sydney Central station to domestic airport is AUD to 17...

  • 6. Monorail

    Here you see some of the great constructions that were built in the centre of town in order to make the Monorail run through it. I think these constructions added some great and interesting features...

  • 7. Public Transport

    Sydney Transport has introduced the Opal Card. The website has facts, questions and answers. The card is free to purchase. It can be ordered online (and credit added to it by...

  • 8. Taxis / Water Taxis

    We took a taxi five times in Sydney. Once from the airport to the hotel ($54+ and included several tunnel and freeway tolls). Once from the hotel to go over the Sydney Bridge and then to be dropped...

  • 9. Tour Buses

    The hop-on & Off-bus The Hop-on-Hopp-off-bus is a perfect way to explore Sydney and get a first overview of what might be worth a closer look. It is also the hight of about 4 meters above the ground...

  • 10. Driving and Vehicle Rental

    Driving around Middle Head on a week day was quite pleasant and there were no problems with parking at Bradley's Head...Georges Heights....Balmoral Beach....Chowder Bay but you certainly need to carry...

  • 11. General in Sydney Advice

    The Sydney Pass is the best way to go if visiting Sydney. Its the cheapest and most economical way to travel around Sydney. You have a few options of choosing a 3/ 5 or 7 day pass. The best thing...

  • 12. Walking

    We always do a lot of walking in Sydney. It's a very walkable place and you see so much of the city when on foot. My favorite walk is from Potts Point into the Botanical Garden and around Circular...

  • 13. Various Maps

    I had purchased the Lonely Planet city map of Sydney, and this was the best thing I could have done for getting around. The map was very up to date, showed all the various modes of transportation, and...

  • 14. Cruising from and to Sydney

    Cruising from and to SydneySydney is in my personal opinion one of the 3 most scenic and perfect cruiseports in the whole wold, togeather with New York and Rio...

  • 15. Sydney Sunbus

    When booking transportation to/from the Sydney airport, AVOID Sydney Sunbus transport at all costs. We (and others) were very dissatisfied with this service:...

  • 16. Cruising on the Queen Elizabeth

    It is a common sight in Sydney to see cruise ships pulling into Darling or Sydney Harbor. It is an amazing sight though to see the Queen Elizabeth pull into...


    SYDNEY FERRIES .There is no doubt about the convenience of the Sydney Ferry System.They virtually connect with Sydney Busses all over the harbour transport...

  • 18. Sydney & NSW Public Transportation System

    Sydney has a better and cheaper way to travel on public transportation than Melbourne. In Sydney, I bought a MultiLink 3 ticket for A$57. It covers 7 days...

  • 19. Cruise ships

    Once there was the odd liner that made its way into Port Jackson but these days there seems to be a proliferation. While I was returning from a walk (see...

  • 20. Sydney Overseas Passenger Terminal

    If cruising is your scene, then the best place to start and end a journey in Sydney is at the Overseas Terminal. There are several great restaurants located...

  • 21. Cheap all day parking in Central Sydney

    Finding affordable all day parking in the Sydney CBD can be a nightmare. Most of it is hard to get to and costs a small fortune. When weighing up our options...

  • 22. Best transport - two feet

    The public transport is expensive in Sydney & we used to walk around the city since the weather is nice.If you would like to use public transport, do plan your...

  • 23. Overseas Passenger Terminal

    Sydney is a major port for many cruise lines. Every day of our two week trip in February and March of 2010 except for two days, there were cruise ships docks at...

  • 24. From Airport to hotel

    There is an airport shuttle bus that goes around to all (or most) of the different hotels. Just leave the Arrivals hall and look for the bus stops. There are...

  • 25. Reliable online travelagency !

    I did already 2 trips via are reliable online operators; after your query they usually send several itineraries & price-ranges, so you...

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