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Public Transport Trip Planner for Sydney and NSW

The options available below will allow you to move around Sydney very efficiently. Just enter where you are or where you wish to travel from and than a destination. Enter the time and day of travel.Then just hit go. The results page will open up in a separate window and will show the options available and the quickest route. Either via bus, train, ferry or Light Rail.

Getting to the main tourist attraction in Sydney using public transport is convenient and economical. Especially on Sundays where the deal is a you can buy a $2.50 ticket for each person and you get the transport options equivalent to a day pass. That is: you can travel on all Sydney public transport all day, including the Sydney Ferries.  To get an idea of some different and not so different ideas of what you may like to do while visiting Sydney have a look at Sydney Places to Visit.

Caravan parks and camping grounds in the Sydney metropolitan area are usually close to public transport. Lane Cove River Tourist Park is a 10 minute walk from North Ryde train station, then 30 minutes to the city, Sydney Lakeside Narrabeen is a bus ride to Manly where a 30 minute ferry ride takes you directly to Circular Quay next to the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour bridge, Sydney Hills Holiday Park at Dural is a bus ride to Pennant Hills train station and from there into the city.

Driving your car or campervan is an option to get to the city but parking is expensive. If it is something you really want to do I sometimes park in the Sydney Opera House underground car park. An example of the cost is $36.00 for 2 to 3 hours. I did warn you that parking is expensive.... Weekends are much better though. $15.00 if you arrive after 9.00am and leave before 5.00pm.

An option is to park on the street during the week. I usually find metered parking near Argyle Street in The Rocks area. You can download a map of The Rocks area from here.

Please also look at your ticket options. A Multi day pass is a great option if you intend to use a ferry.

Follow this link for the NSW Public Transport Trip Planner

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