Surrounded by nature, Sydney is one of the world’s top 10 most “livable” cities in the world. It is blessed with a spectacular natural harbour and 5 National Parks. Together with its dining, arts and culture scene there is always plenty to do in Sydney.
Getting around Sydney
Getting to the Conference venue and hotels closeby:
From the airport by train
The Airport Line is the fastest way to get to and from Sydney Airport. The Airport train travels directly to the city from both International and Domestic Stations, stopping at Mascot, Green Square, and Central Train Station. Central Train Station is the closest station to the Conference Venue – the University of Technology Sydney. The Airport Station to Central Train Station is Aust$15.36 and approx. a 15 minute trip. Tickets are available from the train station and the airport station access fee is automatically added to the fare. Visit www.transportnsw.info to plan your trip.
Alternatively a taxi from the Airport to the vicinity of the Conference venue will take approx 30 minutes and cost approx $40 depending on the traffic. For information about using taxis, including fares and charges, visit www.transportnsw.info/en/travelling-with-us/taxis/index.page?. To book a taxi visit www.nswtaxi.org.au
Public Transport : Train, Bus, or Ferry
Catch a ferry, train or bus to easily get around Sydney City. For trip planning, maps and ticket info visit www.transportnsw.info or call 131 500. You can get transport info on your mobile phone or download one of the real-time transport apps.
To travel on NSW transport, you need a ticket. You can buy tickets from train stations, newsagencies and convenience stores as well as on board light rail and some buses and ferries. To find out where to buy tickets, visit www.transportnsw.info/en/tickets/where-to-buy.page? You can purchase single tickets for each trip. Visit www.transportnsw.info/tickets for further information.
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