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Family Funday Sunday travel pass

Buy your Family Funday Sunday tickets at CityRail ticket vending machines and station ticket offices, on board buses (excluding PrePay Only services and train replacement bus services), at Sydney Ferries ticket offices and on board selected Sydney Ferries services and at selected newsagents, 7-Elevens and convenience stores.

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Family Funday Sunday

Explore Sydney and nearby regions with the Family Funday Sunday ticket on a weekend getaway. For a flat fare of $2.50 per person, you can travel into the city centre, head to Manly on a ferry, visit Katoomba in the Blue Mountains, or go for swim at Cronulla.

Your travelling group must be related by family and include at least one child and one adult. The tickets cover all-day travel on a Sunday around metropolitan and outer metropolitan Sydney, including Newcastle and the Hunter Valley, the Southern Highlands, Wollongong and Kiama.

The ticket also applies to private bus operators in the Sydney metropolitan area, travel on the CityRail network, State Transit buses, Metro Light Rail and Sydney and Newcastle ferries.

Family Funday Sunday tickets cannot be used on the tourist sightseeing buses, special event buses and private ferries such as the Manly Fast Ferry or Sydney Fast Ferry services. The ticket does not include entry to Taronga Zoo, Luna Park or other similar entertainment area. 

Rex the crocodile at Sydney Aquarium

Sydney City

Take advantage of affordable public transport on Sundays to get out'n about in Sydney. Visit Sydney Aquarium, the Australian Museum and The Rocks as well as Cockatoo Island.

Centennial Park

Sydney East

Choose movies or shopping, a picnic or horse-riding, roller-blading or cycling, go surfing, build sandcastles, chase seagulls and eat fish'n chips at Moore park, Centennial Park and Bondi Beach.

ANZ Stadium Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney West

There's no better way to travel to Parramatta than by Rivercat, departing from Circular Quay. Spend a day exploring Parramatta or stop at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf for a fun day out.


Giraffe enclosure, Taronga Zoo

Sydney North

Famous for its beaches, waterways and family-friendly attractions such as Taronga Zoo, Oceanworld Manly or Manly Beach, Sydney's northside is a great family day out.

Governor Game Lookout, Royal National Park

Sydney South

Take the train to Cronulla Beach, and the ferry to Bundeena. See rock drawings, explore rock pools or relax in the Royal National Park, the second oldest national park in the world. Hire a boat from Audley Boatshed and have fun on the water.

Scenic Skyway Katoomba

Further afield

Take advantage of great deals on trains and buses and go on a family day trip to the Blue Mountains, Newcastle and the Hunter, the Southern Highlands or Wollongong and Kiama.

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