Whether it’s getting to UTS or exploring Sydney, travel with ease by train, bus, ferry or light rail.
Sydney's transport options
For general information on public transport in Sydney visit the Transport NSW website (opens an external site).
Sydney’s bus network extends to most suburbs. Many buses are pre-pay only, which means you need to buy a ticket before you board. Tickets are available from most newsagents and convenience stores. For bus timetable and ticket information visit the Transport NSW – Buses Info website (opens an external site).
Sydney has several train lines which connect with Central Railway Station. The rail network is a good option to travel to the outer suburbs and around the CBD quickly. For information on train timetables and ticket prices visit the Transport NSW – Trains Info website (opens an external site)
Many Sydneysiders commute by ferry from beach and harbourside suburbs to Sydney’s main ferry terminal at Circular Quay. Travelling on a ferry is also the scenic way to explore destinations along Sydney Harbour’s foreshore such as Manly, Taronga Zoo, Luna Park and Darling Harbour. Ferries are not as frequent outside of peak periods.
For more information visit the Transport NSW – Ferries Info website (opens an external site).
The Light Rail links Central Station with Sydney’s inner western suburbs. The trams also stop at Sydney Fish Markets, Darling Harbour and Chinatown. For more information visit the Transport NSW – Lightrail Info website (opens an external site)
Sydney City Council is developing extensive cycleways, and secure bike parking spots are located around the city. UTS also offers safe bike parking on campus. For information on cycleways and road rules visit the City of Sydney – cycleways Info website (opens an external site).