Once you have completed the registration process for a Licence Agreement, Sydney Airport will process your application and notify you of the outcome. You will not be able to access the Ground Transport Zone until Sydney Airport notifies you that your application is successful.
This means that Sydney Airport is currently reviewing your registration details. You will not be able to operate within Sydney Airport until such time as you have been notified that your registration is successful.
You can register your company or business, vehicle(s) and e-tag(s) on this site.
Go to the following website https://blrs.sydneyairport.com.au and select the “Not Registered” link to create a new account.
You will also be provided with a Licence Agreement for Ground Transport Operates Use of Sydney Airport (Licence Agreement) which contains various terms and conditions of access.
You must return the executed form to complete the registration process.
Yes. Visit the Sydney Airport Bus and Limousine Registration System website and follow the links to “Update Vehicle” to update the registered vehicle with the new e-tag details.
No, you must register your company or business using the Sydney Airport Bus and Limousine Registration System before you can operate within Sydney Airport.
No, you can only register one e-tag per vehicle.
Yes. Log onto the Sydney Airport Bus and Limousine Registration System using your registered details and follow the links to the “Update Vehicles” page to register any additional vehicles.
Yes. Log on to the Sydney Airport Bus and Limousine Registration System using your registered details and follow the links to the “Update Vehicles” page to deregister any vehicle(s).
Yes, you may leave your vehicle unattended to meet your passenger(s) within the terminal.
No. All bus services to and from the Airport are required to be pre-booked. It is an offence under the Regulation for an operator or their employee, agent or contractor to tout or solicit passengers. A fine is payable for any contravention of the Regulation.
Drivers setting down departing passengers may do so on the Departures Level roadway at the terminal frontage.
Yes. The applicable access fees for limousines, buses and coaches are shown can be found here. Your registered e-tag will be scanned at the entry point to the designated Ground Transport Zones. Upon exiting the Transport Zone, your e-tag will be scanned and fees will be applied accordingly.
Yes, you may park your bus at the bus and coach holding bay which is located on Ross Smith Ave (directly next to the Blu Emu car park). Driver facilities including toilets, FID monitors and vending machines are provided in the transit lounge.
Yes. The applicable Access Fees for limousines are shown in the tables on this page. Your registered e-tag will be scanned at the entry point to the designated Ground Transport Zones. Upon exiting the Ground Transport Zone, your e-tag will be scanned and Fees will be applied accordingly.
No. All limousine services to and from Sydney Airport are required to be pre-booked. It is an offence under the Passenger Transport Regulation 2007 (NSW) (Regulation) for an operator or their employee, agent or contractor to tout or solicit passengers. Fines are payable for a breach of the Regulation.
Booking Service Holding Area – Sydney Airport-registered drivers only
Drivers registered with Sydney Airport, including limousines, will be able to use a new Booking Service Holding Area located between Ninth Street and Sir Reginald Ansett Drive (entry/exit via Ninth Street only). Drivers are provided with 30 minutes free parking, with charges applying for longer stays. Only drivers with Sydney Airport-registered e-TAGS are permitted to use this area.
New Private Hire Vehicle Holding Area
A new Private Hire Vehicle Holding Area for UberX, GoCar and other ridesharing services will be established within the Domestic precinct, providing 30 minutes of free waiting time.
This new holding area is located on the northern side of Ross Smith Avenue, opposite the Executive Jet base. This area will be controlled by boom gates, with access via e-TAG. Charges will apply if the 30-minute limit is exceeded.
Drivers setting down departing passenger(s) may do so on the Departures Level roadway at the terminal frontage.
International – YES. You may leave your vehicle unattended to meet your passenger(s) in the designated Ground Transport Zone.
Domestic – NO. Due to the proximity to the terminal, drivers are required to remain with their vehicle at all times. You are not permitted to leave your car unattended and fines will apply if you do. If you are required to leave your vehicle unattended you may do so only by parking at Terminal Court.