LOCAL TRANSPORT IN SYDNEY
If you are going to be using public transport a lot then it is best to buy one the several different kind of travel passes available, which allow you to ride on buses, ferries and trains. "Daytripper" is one such pass priced around $16 AUD. This kind of pass can be purchased on board the bus, at CityRail or Sydney Ferries ticket offices.
Buses are reliable and a good way to travel around Sydney. You can pay on board the bus, excluding "PrePay Only" bus routes, where you can buy from selected ticket resellers along PrePay Only bus routes.
Cityrail covers the greater Sydney region and is the sister company to CountryLink. You can take the train from Circular Quay.
CountryLink operates from Central Station in Haymarket. Takes passengers to over 350 destinations in NSW, Queensland, the ACT and Victoria.
Sydney Monorail is a delightful experience for every tourist, offering a elevated view of the city, taking in the hubs of Darling Harbour, Chinatown and the central shopping and business districts.
Metro Light Rail
The trams run from Central Station, calling at various places including, Star City, Wentworth Park, Fish Market and Lilyfield.
Ferries & Jetcat
Ferries depart at Circular Quay for many destinations, including Manly. Jetcat's are faster, but more expensive. Most ferries run from around 6am to midnight.
Sydney Explorer & Bondi Explorer are tour buses that visit many of Sydney’s most famous attractions. You can hop on or off.
You can hail a taxi or find one at the many taxi ranks in the city.
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