How To Reach Sydney

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By Air

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is the busiest international airport of Australia. It is well connected with the major cities of the world. The airport is also very well linked with the other international as well as domestic airports in Australia. From the airport, you can hail a cab, board a suburban train, take a local bus, or hop on to a shuttle bus to get to your destination in Sydney.

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By Bus

Private as well as government run buses link Sydney, New South Wales to other parts of the country and most of these buses arrive at Sydney Coach Terminal. All buses and coaches are equipped with safety and comfort features to make your travel as convenient as possible.

However, government bus services are more economical than the private ones. Travelling by road also gives you a chance to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the Pacific Highway.

Sydney Bus Schedule

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By Train

Sydney is well connected by rail to Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. There are railway links (Ghan and Indian-Pacific) between New South Wales and Perth, Alice Springs and Adelaide as well. Many trains and buses from the Central Station in Sydney are operated by government’s Countrylink.

Sydney Train Schedule

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Road/Self Drive

Sydney is one of the major Australian cities and is very well connected by road to other cities. The roads are good and cars/motorcycles are easily available on rent. Driving in Australia is on the left and it is mandatory for all foreign visitors to have an International Driver’s License.

While driving distances from one city in Australia to another are huge, you are sure to enjoy spectacular scenery along the Pacific Highway if you choose to drive in to Sydney.