An efficient network of transport options makes travelling to attractions in Sydney and regional NSW affordable and enjoyable.
The Sydney public transport system, provided by Transport for NSW, consists of trains, buses, ferries and light rail. Use the trip planner at transportnsw.info to plan your travel.
Wheelchair Accessible Transport
All ferries, trains and new buses in NSW are wheelchair accessible, providing easy access for prams and other mobility devices. You can ask for assistance boarding or leaving transport.
Visit transportnsw.info for more.
TripView displays Sydney train, bus, ferry and light rail timetables, showing your next services. By TripView Pty Ltd.
The Opal card is an easy, convenient way of paying for your travel on public transport. It's the only card you'll need to get around on all public transport including trains, ferries, buses and light rail.
For more information, visit www.opal.com.au
Sydney's main terminus for local and regional trains and buses is Central Station at Railway Square, close to Chinatown.
Intercity and Country NSW Trains
The NSW TrainLink runs inter-city services from Central Station to the Central Coast, the Southern Highlands, the South Coast and the Blue Mountains. Travelling long distances to regional destinations in country NSW, such as the outback, is easy and affordable via train and bus. TrainLink: +61 13 22 32
Regional Bus Services
Private bus companies run daily services along the coast and to the Blue Mountains from Eddy Avenue, outside Central Station.
Regional Air Services
Several airlines from Sydney Airport service destinations the NSW regions. There are charter services, too.
Taxis are a convenient way to get around Sydney.
A bicycle is a great way to get around. Cyclists use kerbside bike lanes and are permitted on most of Sydney's multi-lane roads. For more information go to: www.bikesydney.org
Live Traffic NSW App
Receive up to the minute news of road incidents and conditions that may affect your journey in Sydney and the NSW regions.