Private interstate and regional bus travellers arrive at the Sydney Coach Terminal on Eddy Avenue, Central Station. Contact: 9281 9366.
There are three main companies that operate out of Sydney:
- Firefly (1300 730 740; http://www.fireflyexpress.com.au)
- Greyhound (13 14 99; http://www.greyhound.com.au)
- Murrays (13 22 51; http://www.murrays.com.au)
Sydney’s main rail terminus is Central Station for interstate and regional services. All suburban services also pass through Central Station at some point in their journey.
The government run CountryLink is the operator of the rail services (13 22 32; http://www.countrylink.info; Eddy Ave; staffed ticket booths 6am-10pm, ticket machines 24hr). Call for information, reservations and arrival/departure times.
Sydney’s main airport is Kingsford Smith Airport, and is only 10km south of the city centre. Transports to and from the airport is provided by government run train and bus services, as well as taxi operators and numerous private shuttle buses.
The international terminal (T1) and domestic terminals (T2 and T3) are 4 km apart, transport between the terminals is provided by the government trains and buses.
Sydney is a major regional airport and many international carriers fly to Sydney. Domestically, Qantas, Virgin Blue, Jetstar and Tiger Airlines fly to other major cities in Australia, and smaller carriers fly to other destinations in the country.