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Transport in Sydney

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Highlights

Travel made easy with an Opal Card

Opal is the only ticket you need to get around on all public transport including trains, ferries and buses. Opal makes travel easy as you only need to get the electronic ticket once. Simply load value onto your card via a range of convenient options to pay for your travel and enjoy the benefits of daily travel caps and a $2.50 Sunday cap.

Must Do

  • Sydney Airport

    Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is Australia's busiest airport, the oldest continually operated commercial airport anywhere in the world and the main gateway to Australia. More than 35 airlines fly in and out of Sydney Airport with daily flights linking Sydney to key destinations on every continent.

  • Sydney Buses

    There are hundreds of local bus routes that operate in the city, suburbs and beyond. Buses on major routes operate 24 hours a day. Single tickets are available on board all buses except PrePay services. All buses in the Sydney CBD are PrePay Only between 7am and 7pm.

  • Sydney Ferries

    Sydney Ferries and private ferry services from Circular Quay take you around Sydney Harbour, including Darling Harbour, Manly and Taronga Zoo, the Lower North Shore and Eastern Suburbs, and up the Parramatta River. Last ferries from Circular Quay leave at various times between 6.45pm and 12.20am.

  • Sydney Trains

    Sydney Trains provide services that get you around the city and suburbs of Sydney. NightRide bus services replace train services on key routes after 12 midnight until 4.30am. NSW TrainLink provides Regional and Intercity services that can take you to the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Newcastle, the Southern Highlands, the South Coast and beyond.

  • Sydney Trams

    You can catch light rail all the way from Central Station in the Sydney CBD to Dulwich Hill in Sydney’s Inner West. Major stops for visitors to Sydney include Paddy’s Market, Darling Harbour, The Star and the Fish Markets.

  • Sydney Taxis

    Taxis are a convenient way to get around Sydney. Taxis are available for hire if the light on their roof is on. They can be booked online or by phone, and flagged from the kerb or a taxi rank.

  • Sydney Water Taxis

    Water Taxis can take you for a cruise around the harbour or get you to your favourite waterfront restaurant in a way that's fun and avoids the traffic. Water taxis can pick up and drop off from any location on Sydney Harbour. Ferry wharves, private jetties and marinas, as well as public pontoons are all accessible.

  • Sydney Car Hire

    Discover the delights of the city on a Sydney car rental exploration. Choose from car, 4WD, campervan, and classic car hire options for a great way to explore the inner city, as well as get out and see the best of Regional NSW. You'll find car hire companies at Sydney Airport in Mascot as well as the CBD, inner west and northern suburbs.

  • Transport apps

    TripView, TripGo and Arrivo are just three mobile apps displaying Sydney train, bus, ferry and light rail timetables, showing your next services, as well as accessible service information. Trip planner at transportnsw.info; also helps you plan your travel on train, bus, ferry, light rail – and on foot – using up-to-date service information.

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