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Travelling to Sydney

Sydney’s a great city for both kids and adults to explore. With so much on this season, bring the entire family along for an unforgettable holiday. From beaches and water sports to aquariums, museums, zoos and amusement parks, you’ll want your Sydney holiday to never end! 

For more information on what to do in Sydney and how to plan your trip, click here.

Travel by Train to Sydney
The main terminal for Australian long distance and intercity trains is Central Railway Station. Trains run to/from many Australian cities on a regular basis.

From outside NSW
NSW TrainLink operates daily train services from Melbourne (with stops at Broadmeadows, Seymour, Benalla and Wangaratta) and Brisbane with coach connections from south-east Queensland.


For bookings phone: 13 22 32 or visit a NSW TrainLink Travel Centre. For more information, click here

Flying to and from Sydney
Many Australians fly to Sydney from all over Australia, while international visitors also arrive by air as most international airlines fly direct or one-stop to Sydney. The main Sydney airport is Kingsford Smith Airport and its only 30 minutes from Sydney Olympic Park by car.

Driving to Sydney
Regional and interstate bus services are available between Sydney and most Australian regional centres. Usually they conclude at the Sydney Coach Terminal outside Central Railway Station. If you prefer to drive yourself, travelling by car is relatively easy and well sign posted. For more information on travelling to/from Sydney by car, click here.

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