Sydney CBD Transport for One30 Hyde

The Sydney CBD offers many forms of transport, including buses and trains.

Sydney’s train network is the metropolitan rail network which consists of almost 170 stations across five lines with a sixth currently under construction. This Sydney CBD travel guide has Sydney city information on how to get around Sydney by public transport, handy for when living in the One30 Hyde Park development.

Many different forms of public transport are located in Sydney CBD including ferries, train stations and buses. Bus stops are located up and down George street which is the main street through Sydney’s CBD towards Circular Quay (the main ferry wharves) and many bus routes include stops in Sydney CBD so you don’t have to walk too far!

A big advantage of the Sydney train system is that it runs 24 hours every day, 7 days a week! The main hub for Sydney CBD transport is Circular Quay because almost all ferry services leave from this area and there are numerous bus stops located on the street nearby also. There is also a Taxi rank near Sydney ferry wharves where you can catch a taxi if you are travelling in a group or just want to avoid carrying luggage around Sydney’s CBD during your stay, or if you are lucky enough, you live in Sydney CBD and have access to all these lifestyle transport options at your doorstep.

There are two types of ferries available within Sydney CBD, Sydney harbour ferries and northern beaches ferries. Both provide access to the famous Sydney beaches, as well as Manly which is a great place for brunch and includes many cafes. The northern beaches ferry service also has stops in Sydney CBD where it is just a short walk to most of Sydney’s major attractions!

The Sydney central business district is very easy to get around on foot or public transport and there are plenty of areas nearby such as Chinatown or department stores if you want to quickly do some shopping while staying at Sydney CBD accommodation!

Buses in Sydney CBD

All Sydney bus routes terminate at Wynyard railway station (except for route 135) or stop close to it near King Street, Martin Place or Elizabeth Street with connecting tram services also available from Wynyard Station.