Arriving in Sydney
Below are approximate fares to or from Sydney Airport. Passengers pay for bridge or road tolls on top of the fare (these fares are based on non-peak traffic conditions). There is also a $3.75 airport toll for taxis from all Sydney Airport terminals.
|From Sydney Airport to: (one way)||Taxi fares (in Australian dollars)|
|Sydney City||$45 - 55|
|North Sydney||$55 - $65|
|Manly||$90 - $100|
|Parramatta||$100 - $120|
|Liverpool||$95 - $110|
|Cronulla||$75 - $85|
Prices current - June 2017
More information on taxi services is available from Sydney Airport.
Train stations located at both the International (T1) and Domestic (T2) terminals which operate as part of the Airport Link train service. For more information about Airport Link, including fares, maps and travel planners, visit Airport Link or phone +61 2 8337 8417
For the latest information visit Sydney Trains.
Buses, Limousines and Shuttles
Many bus services operate to and from Sydney Airport and most require pre-booking.
Clearly marked bus stops are located on the arrivals levelÂ outside each terminal.
General information about fares, timetables and connections is available from Sydney Buses.
All limousine services to and from Domestic (T2) and International (T1) Terminals must be pre-arranged for Sydney Airport. It is against the law for drivers or their agents to approach you or to solicit a fare from you.
If you intend to use a limousine but have not pre-booked, visit the reservation counter operated by Royale Limousines located inside the arrivals area of the International Terminal (T1).
Hotel transfer - Sydney CBD area
When making your accommodation reservations, check to see if there is a complimentary pick up/drop off service being offered.
Metropolitan and regional suburb transfer
Many shuttle bus companies provide transport between the airport and most Sydney suburbs and regional areas.
Orientation at SCU Sydney is a time to welcome new students into the SCU community and welcome back our returning students. It is a chance for students to familiarise themselves with their surroundings, find out about the university services that are available, enrol in classes and understand how to maintain a Student Visa. It is an important time to prepare for study and get organised. Social activities will also provide the opportunity to meet other students. Orientation is compulsory for all new students and is offered in the week before classes commence.