Distance from city centre 

6 miles

Taxi

Around AU$36 to the CBD

Public Transport

Trains and buses service the airport regularly. The Airport Link train travels from the city and stops at the International and Domestic Terminals. The train runs every 10 minutes and takes approximatly 13 minutes in travel time. The number 400 bus also services the airport, stopping at the International Terminal and the T3 Domestic Terminal.

Car Hire

Car hire desks are located in the Domestic Terminal. Companies include Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Budget, Thrifty and Redspot. Talk to your consultant about booking car hire in advance.

Sydney airportSydney Airport Control Tower

Check-in

Check-in zones are located just after the entrance of the departure hall in all terminals.

Money Exchange

Travelex currency exchange stations and cash machines can be found throughout the International Terminal, before and after customs. 

Business Services

Business facilities including work stations, Wi-Fi, fax machines and fully equipped meeting rooms are located within the Departures Lounge of Terminal 1.

Internet Access

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout Terminals 1 and 2. Internet kiosks are also on offer at various locations throughout Terminals 1 and 2.

Family Facilities

Baby changing rooms are located throughout all 3 terminals.

Baggage

A baggage storage facility operated by SmarteCarte is available in the arrivals area of Terminal 1 and near carousel 6 in the arrivals area of Terminal 2. For lost property, head to level 3 in Terminal 1 or Gate 54 in Terminal 2.

Concierge

A Travel Concierge service is available at the arrivals area of Terminal 1 and near carousel 3 in Terminal 2. Services include accommodation bookings, transport arrangements, event tickets, restaurant bookings and travel information.

Showers

Sydney Airport has showers located throughout all 3 terminals.

Airline Lounges

The following airlines have lounges located within the airport. For access to specific lounges, ask your consultant.

Qantas - Qantas has a Club Lounge located opposite gates 4 and 5 in Terminal 2 and a First Lounge after customs in Terminal 1. Qantas First and Business class passengers as well as various Qantas Club, Platinum, Gold and eligible oneworld members are welcome to enjoy the Club Lounge which includes showers, Wi-Fi, Apple computers, lounge dining, bar service and barista brewed coffee. First Class passengers are privy to the First Lounge which is designed by Marc Newson and spans a day spa, library, restaurant, private work suites and concierge service.

Virgin Australia - Virgin Australia welcomes its lounge members as well as Velocity Platinum and Gold Members to enjoy it's domestic lounge located near the main security checkpoint in Terminal 2. Open from 5:30am to 10pm, the lounge is fully equipped with showers, entertainment, free Wi-Fi, business facilities including private meeting rooms, as well as complimentary food and beverages.

Singapore Airlines - Singapore Airlines have a SilverKris Lounge located near Gate 59 in Terminal 1. The lounge is available to Star Alliance (First and Business Class) and SilkAir PPS Members flying with Singapore Airlines. Guests can enjoy a range of warm food and light snacks, as well as comfortable seating, showers, Wi-Fi and workstations.

Terminal Transfers

Sydney Airport has 2 domestic terminals and 1 international terminal. While the domestic terminals are connected and within walking distance from each other, transfers between domestic and the international terminal can be done so via the T-Bus shuttle or Airport Link Train. An inter-terminal transfer service is also offered by Qantas and Virgin Australia.

Public Transport

Trains and buses service the airport regularly. The Airport Link train travels from the city and stops at the International and Domestic Terminals. The train runs every 10 minutes and takes approximatly 13 minutes in travel time. The number 400 bus also services the airport, stopping at the International Terminal and the T3 Domestic Terminal.