Getting to Sydney

Sydney Airport is Australia's international gateway, serviced by all the major passenger airlines. It offers more than 600 scheduled services per week, including direct or one-stop services from major hub cities. The city centre is a convenient 8 km (5 miles) from the airport, accessible by train or taxi.



Unless you're an Australian or New Zealand citizen, you'll need a visa to enter the country for your event. For the most up-to-date information about how to apply for a visa before arriving in Australia, visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.



it is strongly recommended that you purchase comprehensive travel insurance to cover the duration of your visit to Australia.


Getting to Doltone House Hyde Park

From Sydney Airport

Train: Airport Link to St James Station
Approx. 17 Minute Journey
$17.40 one way per person from the Domestic Terminal
$18.20 one way per person from the International Terminal
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Airport Bus Shuttle
Approx. 25 Minute Journey
$16.00 one way per person
$30.00 return per person
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Approx. 25 Minute Journey
Approx. $55.00 one way
Each terminal has its own sheltered taxi rank with supervisors on hand during peak times to ensure a smooth flow of taxis for travellers. Kerbside supervisors can also organise taxis with baby capsules, wheelchair access, five-seaters and maxi taxis for larger groups or station wagons for large amounts of baggage.

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Parking is available nearby at the following locations:

Sheraton on the Park Parking
138 Castlereagh Street. Click Here to visit the website.

Secure Parking
137 Castlereagh Street. Click Here to visit the website.

Wilson Parking
175 Liverpool Street. Click Here to visit the website.



Bus services run along Elizabeth Street while St James Railway Station is within close proximity (only 2 min walk down Elizabeth Street).
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Getting Around

Sydney is a walking city, so bring some comfortable shoes! Most places you'll need to go are easily accessible by foot, but if you'd prefer a different mode of transport, the city's extensive public transport network is always nearby. It includes trains, buses and taxi services.


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