Travel Sydney Australia


"Get some Useful Info on Travel around Sydney!"

Travel Sydney Australia and you won't be disappointed! This page is designed to give you some key info for planning your trip to Sydney. Understanding how to get around and when is the best time to come.

Don't be fooled by everything you hear! It rains a lot in Sydney so find out when to avoid if you want to guarantee yourself some good weather.

You can visit my Things To Do In Sydney page or if you've only got a few days then check out my Sydney attractions page.

For some fun facts about Sydney go to Facts of Sydney Australia page.




How long to go for


You need a minimum of 3 days to travel sydney australia but you could easily pass 2 weeks here without any problem.

I'd also recommend adding on a Sydney to Melbourne Road Trip for at least 3 days to see more of Australia and its stunning coastline.



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When to go

Travel Sydney Australia and you will see that there is so much to offer that you can come in the colder months of June, July and August.

That said, most prefer to come in the warmer summer months of December, January and February.

Click here for more information on when to come and Sydney Australia Weather

Getting Around


The public transport system of buses, ferries and trains is pretty good making travel Sydney Australia relatively inexpensive.

I'd recommend buying yourself a "10 pass" or "weekly pass" that allows you either 10 journeys or unlimited travel for a week. It just depends on the location of your hotel and how much walking V's travel you intend to do.

The city itself is very compact and is easy to walk from one side to the other. But, I really would recommend getting out of the centre and exploring a bit further afield.

A friendly newsagent (look for the yellow bus sign flags outside) should be able to advise you which bus ticket to buy. In most cases, the blue coloured ones should be enough for you but check out the maps before you buy.

You really want to make sure you can use the pass on ferries and buses. Ferries can be expensive without a pass.

Taxis are also a useful way of getting around. They are fairly cheap. A journey from the centre to Bondi would take you about 15 minutes and cost about $20. The same journey by bus would probably take you 45 minutes.

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