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Airport Link – Sydney Trains, Airport Transfers

 


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Sydney Australia is a beautiful place. It’s no wonder tourists are always flocking there to explore this city. Sydney is quite widespread with many different cultures. The beaches are great, Bondi Beach is fantastic. There are so many things to see such as the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Taronga Zoo, Darling Harbour IMAX (did you know the Sydney IMAX cinema is the largest one in the world?) and loads more. Take a trip on the Sydney ferries and explore the sites. Sydney has great weather too, generally speaking. The sun often shines with blue sky. The Blue Mountains is only 2 hours from Sydney’s CBD; that is also worth visiting.

With all these attractions that Sydney has to offer, transport is a huge factor that must be considered whilst travelling. What better way to travel than by Airport Link? Go straight from the airport to almost anywhere you have to go by train. It’s fast and the pricing is reasonable. Forget the worries of hailing a cab.

So who is Airport Link? The Airport Link Company runs the Green Square, Mascot, Airport Domestic and Airport International Train Stations.

These stations are situated in the nine kilometre Airport Line tunnel, which is 23 metres below the earth’s surface. This tunnel links Sydney Airport with Central Station, the Sydney Central Business District and 300 train stations in Greater Sydney and beyond. You can go virtually anywhere using Airport Link. It’s easy, fast and convenient.

And whilst at the airport, did you know that Airport Link offers a $5.00 (one way, per person) transfer ticket for passengers transferring between T1 International and T2/T3 Domestic Terminals, just to make your journey easier.

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Airport Link Company operates the Green Square, Mascot, Airport Domestic and Airport International Train Stations.

These stations are located in the nine kilometre Airport Line tunnel, which is 23 metres below the earth’s surface. This tunnel links Sydney Airport with Central Station, the Sydney Central Business District and the 300 train stations in Greater Sydney and beyond.

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