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Sydney destination guide

So what makes Sydney so great?

If this is your first time to Sydney, let us set you up with some nifty suggestions to get the most out of your stay. First up, get your appetite in order because Sydney is one major foodie town. Great bars, fabulous yum cha, vibrant cafes – do brunch like a local and you’ll get the picture. Another way to get a bit of local insight while taking in the sights is by exploring Sydney via the public bus network. It’s super affordable and gets you right into the heart of Sydney, exploring unexpected pockets of this scenic city. Speaking of affordable, while Sydney might have a flashy, cash-splashing reputation, you’ll be amazed just how much of this gorgeous harbour town can be enjoyed on a budget, from cruising to snorkelling to book-fuelled café culture. You can have a million-dollar time for just a handful of change.

The beauty of Sydney as a holiday destination is its versatility – it’s a thriving city, perfect for urban adventures, but it’s just as suited to nature lovers thanks to its gardens, zoos and surrounding landscape. It’s great for families, ideal for weekend getaways – and it’s always camera-ready!

See when to go, things to do and much more in our Sydney destination guide >

Two surfers ready to catch some waves at the famous Bondi Beach in Sydney.

When's the best time to visit Sydney?

Sydney’s typically sunny climate means it can really put on a show, even in the colder months.

Autumn (March – May)
Average temperatures fall between 15-22°C
Mild temperatures and sunny days mean it’s a great time to visit (and check out the Autumn leaves at the Royal Botanic Gardens!).

Winter (June – August)
Average temperatures fall between 9-17°C
While winter can be a bit colder, there are still plenty of great things to do in Sydney that will keep you out of the weather. You might also find cheap flight tickets to Sydney during this period.

Spring (September – October)
Average temperatures fall between 11-26°C
An ideal time to visit Sydney, there’ll be plenty of events happening and typically great weather.

Summer (December – February)
Average temperatures fall between 19-26°C
You might feel the heat a bit more in Summer, with the humidity often a bit higher too. Sydney’s abundant beaches and pools has you covered though – just don’t forget the sunscreen!

Quick facts on Sydney

Population of Sydney  4,823,000 people
Timezone GMT +10/+11 (Australian Eastern Standard Time/Australian Eastern Daylight Time)
Electricity 220-240V / 50Hz Type I (Australian/New Zealand 2/3-pin)
Cost of a coffee AUD $4.00 - 5.00
Approximate cost of a daily transport ticket AUD $15.80
Airport to city Train 13 minutes, taxi/rideshare 25 minutes in light traffic

Sydney Airport information

What time does Sydney Airport open?

The International Terminal of Sydney Airport (T1) opens at 3am, and customs processing starts at 4am. Domestic terminals of Sydney Airport (T2 and T3) open at 4am. All terminals close at 11pm. Trains and buses from the airport start around 5am daily and end at midnight.

Does Sydney Airport have free WiFi?

You can access free WiFi at Sydney Airport. It’s available in the international terminal and the T2 domestic terminal. Select the network “-FREE SYD WiFi-”. 

How many airports are there in Sydney?

Sydney has one main airport – Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport. The Western Sydney Airport is under construction and due for completion in 2026.

How to get from Sydney Airport to city

There are several ways to get from Sydney Airport to the city, including by car, tax, train, bus, rideshare and shuttle. Sydney Airport is 8kms from the city.

What's the cheapest way from Sydney Airport to city?

The cheapest, easiest way to get to the city from Sydney Airport is by train. It takes 13 minutes, costs AUD $18.70 and runs every 10 minutes. Grab the T8 Airport and South Line towards City Circle, which stops at Central Station. A taxi will cost about AUD $45 and take around 25 minutes in light traffic. A shuttle to a city hotel will cost around AUD $22. You can catch a public bus (route 400, AUD $5.80) from T1 International and T3 Domestic terminals. It doesn’t head to the city but runs between Bondi Junction in the east and Burwood in the west. You’ll need an Opal card to use the bus.


Circular Quay is the main ferry terminal in Sydney positioned next to the iconic Harbour Bridge.

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