Sydney Airports Corporation Limited, The Ulm Building,
1 Link Road, Sydney International Terminal, NSW 2020, Australia
Telefon: (02) 9667 9111
The airport is located 9km (6 miles) south of Sydney.
How to get there
Most routes to the airport are signposted; these signs indicate the most direct route to the airport. Travellers should visit the airports website for detailed driving directions from specific areas in Sydney.
Information about parking possibilities at the Sydney Airport
Access by public transport
An Airport Link (tel: (02) 8337 8417; www.airportlink.com.au) rail service connects T1 International Terminal, T2 Domestic Terminal, T3 Qantas Terminal, central Sydney and the Sydney suburbs. Airport Link stations are located at all terminals. Trains run to the Sydney Town Hall (journey time - 13 minutes). Tickets can be purchased on-line.
Sydney Buses (tel: 131 500) operates a bus route between Bondi Junction and Burwood which includes the T1 International and T3 Domestic Terminals. The bus stops on the arrivals level of each of these terminals are clearly marked. Many shuttle bus companies provide a service between the airport and most Sydney suburbs and regional areas; these need to be booked in advance. Many hotels provide a transfer service for their guests.
Each terminal has its own sheltered taxi rank. A taxi rank is located outside the mid-point of the Arrivals hall in T1 International Terminal (journey time to city centre - 30 minutes). Companies include Taxis Combined Services (tel: 133 300), Silver Service Fleet (tel: 133 100), Legion Cabs (tel: 131 451), Premier Cabs (tel: 131 017) and St George Cabs (tel: 132 166).
The Tourism NSW Information Desk is located in the centre of the T1 International Terminal Arrivals level 1 and is open 0600-2300, providing information and help with accommodation, tours and dining in Sydney. Gold Ambassadors, who can provide information and answer queries on the airport, are stationed throughout the airport and have help desks in the Arrivals and Departures areas in the T1 International Terminal.
Planned for Sydney Airport is a major expansion and refurbishment of the T1 International Terminal. More than A$150 million will be spent on the expansion - which will be the first significant upgrade of T1's facilities since the 2000 Olympics. As part of this expansion programme, a A$65 million eight-storey car park for the International Terminal (T1) will be constructed.