Transport - Sydney and New South Wales

Your guide to getting to Sydney and then further afield to the regions of New South Wales

Sydney is a great world destination, one of the most dreamed about cities on the planet.

It's an essential stop on any visitors' itinerary with easy access from major centres around the world.

There is a network of buses, trains and ferries that will take you to Sydney's major tourist attractions including beaches, shopping precincts as well as the city's famous eat streets.

The main terminal for rail transport is Central Station, which is also the terminus for intra and interstate trains. Sydney Buses operates the red Explorer buses which provide the best means of transport to see the city's key attractions. Circular Quay is a busy transport hub on the harbour with ferries, trains, buses, taxis and water taxis available.


Travelling to Sydney and NSW

Find out about international and domestic airlines that operate regular services to Sydney

Travelling around New South Wales

Buses, trains, planes, car hire. It's easy to get around NSW...

Transport in Sydney

You'll find the perfect way to get around Sydney - by ferry, bus, train, monorail, light rail...

Planning to drive in Sydney?

You'll need an electronic tag or pass to pay most road tolls. Find out more...

Cycling in NSW

Find out about cycle routes, bike hire, events and maps so that you enjoy great bike riding in NSW.




CountryLink, the safe, affordable, comfortable travel option taking you to over 360 destinations linking Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and regional New South Wales.

Kids can travel all year round for just $1, when accompanied by a full paying adult. Terms and conditions apply.

NSW Pensioners can travel for up 4 single economy class trips a year for free.


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