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How to save $$ on transport in and around Sydney

TIME : 2016/2/25 11:39:36

dsc02864.JPGGetting around Sydney is easy and affordable if you know a few little pieces of information! Here is a guide to City Rail’s best tourist tickets. All tickets available from City Rail stations and several convenience stores.

City Hopper- All day trains between Central, Martin Place, Museum, Town Hall, and the main CBD (Downtown) area.

Day Tripper- All in one- Buses Trains and Ferries- offers discounts for some top attractions. $15 and sooo easy to use. (avoids waiting in long lines looking for exact change)

Travel Pass- Weekly all in one- find the zone you need. From $32. If you are here a couple of days- your best value.

Blue mountains Explorer Link Two versions available-
-1 day ticket – Return travel to Katoomba and access to the the Explorer Bus. Goes to 30 locations in the Blue Mountains
-3 day ticket – Return travel to Katoomba, unlimited train travel while you are in the mountains, Explorer bus access for 3 days.

Manly Ticket- Train and ferry travel to manly- only available from City Rail ticket windows-

Bondi Beach Ticket- Train to Bondi Junction and bus to the beach- only available from City Rail ticket windows

Tram Link Ticket- includes a single/rt/weekly train fare to central station and a tram trip to zone 1 or 2. This includes sights such as the Exhibition and Convention Centers, Star City, Glebe and the Sydney Fish Markets.

Family Fares- With at least one paying adult and one paying child; other children in the same family travel free. (Includes Day Tripper and City Hopper Passes).