City Rail - New South Wales Transport
NSW Transport City Rail - Fares
It is a good
idea to check out the different fares available when travelling on Sydney
Buses/Rail. In fact State Transit/City Rail offer
combined, train, ferry and buses tickets. The best places to
purchase your tickets and pick up some timetables are newsagencies,
although some timetables may be available on the buses.
Tickets and timetables are also available at ferry terminals.
Combined travel tickets are also available from train stations.
Some examples of the types of tickets on offer are:
- Day Tripper Travel Pass - can be used all day for all
three services. These can be purchased on the buses.
- Three Day Travel Pass - combines all three services
within the same areas, however this is not necessarily the
cheapest option. Check them out, you may find by buying a Day Tripper Travel
Pass, there is more saving.
Sydney Buses, Sydney Ferries, or City Rail for the current
prices. Information available from
There is a variety of other travel passes, mainly aimed
at local commuters that include red, green, yellow, pink,
purple travel passes that give you unlimited travel
combining train, bus and ferry for given areas. The blue,
orange and Pittwater travel passes give you unlimited travel
combining bus and ferry.
|Did you know that by buying Sydney's Day Tripper you have access to some fantastic discount to Sydney's
attractions. With the DayTripper all-in-one day ticket, you get unlimited
travel on CityRail trains within the Sydney suburban area, unlimited Sydney
Buses and Sydney Ferries. The ticket also gives you access to discounts into
some of Sydney's top attractions - all you have to do is show your valid and
dated (for that day) DayTripper ticket. These discounts are only available
on the same day as the date shown on your DayTripper ticket.
discounts offered include:
Power House Museum,
Park and Telstra Stadium,
Sydney Tower and Skytour,
Stadium and Sydney Cricket Ground,
For additional information about the DayTripper Leisure Tickets and where you can use it,
contact the CityRail Information Centres around town (Circular Quay, Central
and Town Hall stations), or phone the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or log onto
their website at
New South Wales Transport - Other links
Ph: 131 500 (24 hours) or speak to an operator from 6 am to 10 pm 7 days per
For information on timetables, fares, trip planning and
other service information in the greater Metropolitan Region
(including Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast, Bathurst,
Goulburn and Illawarra).
network covers suburban Sydney and extends to the Hunter, Central
Coast, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands and South Coast regions.
CountryLink • Ph: 13 22
• CountryLink provides long distance passenger rail and coach services. Our fleet of XPT and
XPLORER trains and road coaches provides services to more than 360 destinations
throughout NSW and interstate destinations of
Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane.
CountryLink - Travel Passes page, especially for overseas visitors.
Buses, Sydney Ferries,
and Newcastle Buses and Ferries.