Sydney Airport is located just 13 minutes by train from the city. There are train stations located at both the International and Domestic terminals, which operate as part of the Airport Link train service.
The Domestic terminal train station is located directly between T2 and T3 terminals and is accessible from within the terminals from the Arrivals level.
The International terminal train station is located at the northern end of the terminal and is accessible from the Arrivals level.
For more information about Airport Link, including fares, maps and travel planners, visit the Airport Link website or phone +61 2 8337 8417
For the latest information about the Sydney train network, service and trackwork updates, and other Sydney train information, visit transportnsw.info.
The Opal Card enables the traveller to use Sydney’s train, bus and ferry system.You can get an Adult or Child/Youth Opal Card from the Airport Train Station, Relay and WH Smith (http://www.opal.com.au).
Travel to the city
Airport Link is a fast and convenient way to reach the centre of Sydney. Trains run approximately every 10 minutes and the journey to the city takes only 13 minutes. The international and domestic rail stations link directly to the City Circle line, which means most city destinations are within a short walk of stations.
Travel to the suburbs
Tickets can be purchased to all Sydney stations from the International and Domestic rail stations. Simply catch the train from the International or Domestic stations to Central station and change for all suburban services.
Travel between terminals
Airport Link offers a $6.00 (one way, per person) transfer ticket for passengers transferring between the T1 International and T2/T3 Domestic terminals. Variable pricing options are available if using an Opal Card. The journey takes only 2 minutes and there are frequent services between 5am and midnight, seven days a week.
Note: Sydney Airport does not own or operate Airport Link. Sydney Airport is not responsible for the fares set by Airport Link.