Sydney NSW Australia

Sydney Transport

Transport and travel information will help you plan your trip around Sydney. Sydney has lot to see and do, and Sydney with public transport options makes travelling around Sydney relatively cheap, affordable, enjoyable and easy to use. The Sydney public transport system provided by Transport for NSW consists of trains, buses, ferries and light rail.

Transport for NSW is responsible for coordinating transport services used by over 7.5 million residents, 800,000 businesses and 30 million visitors every year. Transport comprises several divisions which coordinate road, rail, bus and maritime services.


Transport Info: Trains, Bus, Light rail, Ferry, Regional Trains & Coaches, Taxi, Transport app and Travel Alerts & Trackwork


An opal card is the easiest and cheapest way to pay for your travel on public transport in Sydney.


Sydney Trains is the suburban passenger rail network serving the city of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Sydney Trains


Sydney Tram or Sydney Light Rail is a light rail system serving Sydney New South Wales, Australia. The network at present consists of a single line known as the Dulwich Hill Line

Sydney Light Rail


Sydney Ferry is the public transport ferry network serving the city of Sydney, NSW, Australia. Services operate on Sydney Harbour and Parramatta River. The network is controlled by the New South Wales Government's transport authority, Transport for NSW.

Sydney Ferry

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