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Transportation

Buses

sydney Buses

Sydney Buses operates an extensive network of bus services throughout the city. The main bus terminals are located at Circular Quay, Wynyard, Town Hall and Central Station. Information about Sydney Bus services is available from:

  • Bus kiosks at Circular Quay, Wynyard Station and Queen Victoria Building (QVB) & Railway Square (Central Station)
  • Sydney Transport Infoline: www.131500.info Tel:131 500
  • Sydney Buses website: www.sydneybuses.info.

Trains

City Rail

Metropolitan Services
CityRail has a large range of leisure and tourist tickets to get you where you want to go. You can travel around the City centre on the City Circle Line (Circular Quay, Wynyard, Town Hall, Central, Museum and St James Stations). There is also a station at Martin Place. Ticket vending machines are open 24 hours. Information about CityRail services is available from:

Cheaper travel—Buy yourself a TravelPass, a seven-day pass that gives unlimited travel on buses, trains and ferries for the city’s four centermost zones.
TravelPass information: http://www.cityrail.info/tickets/commuter/travelpass


Ferries

Sydney Ferries

One of the most delightful ways to make your way to and from the City is to take a ferry on Sydney Harbour. Information about ferry services is available from:


Metro Light Rail

Light Rail Metro Light Rail is Sydney's newest transport system and is, without a doubt, the most pleasant way to travel from the city to Sydney’s inner west.
Green, clean, quiet and convenient, Metro Light Rail transports more than 3.5 million passengers a year to key destinations around Sydney like Star City Casino & Hotel, Sydney Fish Market and the Hub of Central Station.
Metro Light Rail Infoline 
02 9285 5600 
http://www.metrotransport.com.au/index.php/lightrail/home-2.html

 


Monorail

Monorail The Monorail is one of only a few elevated transport systems in the world that operates through the heart of a major city.
Sydney Monorail has a fabulous city loop with 8 stops throughout the CBD offering a bird’s eye view of arguably the world’s most beautiful city, taking in the ‘must see’ hubs of Darling Harbour, Chinatown and the central shopping and business districts.
The monorail leaves every 3-5 minutes and takes approximately 15 minutes to do the circuit. Single trips or day passes can be purchased at every station. Information about services is available from:
Monorail Infoline 
02 8584 5288
http://www.metrotransport.com.au/index.php/monorail/monorail-home.html

Taxis

Taxis Combined There is an abundance of taxis that can be hailed from the street, or engaged at ranks at Circular Quay, Wynyard Station, and Town Hall Station. If you wish to book a cab, ask your hotel concierge.

Airport Link

Airport Link

This rail service runs from approximately 5am until Midnight seven days a week, to and from the Domestic and International Terminals and all City Circle railway stations. For more information, call 02 8337 8412 or visit www.airportlink.com.au

For timetables and trip planning, call 131 500 or visit www.131500.info.


Tourist Explorers and Multi-trip Passes

Multipass Sydney & Bondi Explorer (Tourist buses)
The 27 stop 'red' Sydney Explorer and 19 stop 'blue' Bondi Explorer offer the most comprehensive hop-on hop-off sightseeing tours available. They are the only timetabled services which offer a minimum 20 minute service frequency and include travel on the regular Sydney Buses network (blue travel zone).
One and two day tickets are available for travel on both the Sydney and Bondi Explorer.  Purchase your ticket on board the bus.
For more information, phone 131 500 or visit www.sydneyexplorer.info

City Hopper (Train)
Unlimited all day rail travel in the area bounded by Kings Cross, North Sydney and Redfern.
City Rail Website: www.cityrail.info.

SydneyPass (Tourist ticket)
The SydneyPass (available for three, five and seven days) provides unlimited travel on the Sydney and Bondi Explorer buses, all CityRail trains within a bounded area, all Sydney Buses and all Sydney Ferries, and return AirportLink train transfers.  It also provides you with discounts into Sydney’s major attractions.
SydneyPass may be bought onboard the Explorer buses as well as from tourist outlets, travel agents and most CityRail Stations.
For more information call 131 500 or visit www.sydneypass.info

Day Tripper Ticket
DayTripper is an all-in-one day ticket that provides access to all three modes of Government transport in Sydney. Ticket holders can utilise all regular Sydney Buses, Sydney Ferries and CityRail Suburban Services within a bounded area.
 

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