Sydney's transport hubs
Sydney and surrounds is well served by an extensive transport network operating from transport hubs.
- Sydney Airport
- If you're flying into Sydney, you'll land either at Sydney Domestic or International airports, both about 10km south of the city centre. Both terminals are well served by buses and shuttles. Sydney Domestic Airport also has a fast train link to the city. Visit Sydney Airport or the flights page for more information.
- Sydney Buses
- Sydney's major bus terminals are located at Circular Quay, Wynyard, Town Hall and Central Station (Eddy Avenue and Railway Square). Information about bus timetables and routes is available from bus kiosks at Circular Quay, Wynyard Station, Queen Victoria Building and Sydney Central Station. Visit Transport NSW or call 131 500 for timetables and route information.
- Sydney Ferries
- The hub of Sydney's waterways travel is Circular Quay, the ferry terminus situated at the northern end of the city centre. Every government ferry service comes in and out of Circular Quay. Ferries do not run 24-hours a day (many stop around midnight), so always check Sydney Ferries timetables on the Transport NSW website.
- Sydney Trains
- Sydney Central Station, at the southern end of the city centre, is Australia's largest railway station. This major railway station services almost all the Sydney Trains lines, as well as being the major terminus for NSW TrainLink (NSW's rural rail service) and all interstate rail services. Visit Transport NSW or call 131 500 for timetables and route information.