Transport to Bondi

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An Airport Train leaves from both Sydney Airport Domestic and Sydney Airport International Train Station. Catch the train to Central Station and change to Platform 24 (Eastern Suburbs And Illawarra Line) for your train to Bondi Junction.

At Bondi Junction you can connect to buses pending your final destination. Take a look at the map in the bus interchange. Buses run to the beach at 10 minute intervals or better all day from Bondi Junction.Travel time is approximately 45 minutes.

Visit Transport Info Line website for latest fare and timetable information.

Bus: All buses from the city start from Circular Quay and the ride to Bondi Beach takes 45 minutes. The starting point is in Alfred Street, close to ferry wharf number 2 (opposite Customs House and the AMP buildings). Look for bus route 333 and 380

Train: The stations in order are Central, Town Hall, Martin Place, Kings Cross, Edgecliff and Bondi Junction. The train ride takes 11 minutes from Town Hall to Bondi Junction

Opal card
The best way to get around the public transport network in Sydney and surrounding suburbs, including Bondi, is with an Opal card. Opal cards are smartcard tickets that you keep, reload and reuse to pay for travel on public transport. You have to purchase an Opal Card, or a single Opal ticket, before boarding the bus as the driver does not sell tickets onboard.

Check the Opal card website for information about the prices and where you can purchase your Opal Card. Most newsagents and convenience stores sell them.

bus
taxi
Company Phone Website
Legion Cabs 13 14 51 Visit Website
Taxis Combined 13 33 00 Visit Website
Silver Service 13 31 00 Visit Website
Premier Cabs 13 10 17 Visit Website
RSL Cabs +61 2 9581 1111 Visit Website
ZERO200
provides a centralised booking services for wheelchair-accessible taxis in Sydney
+61 2 8332 0200 Visit Website
Uber – – – Visit Website

Sydney is striped with bicycle tracks – from Bondi beach to the Botanic Gardens, biking is easy and accessible.

This map prepared by the local Councils shows recommended cycling routes through the Eastern Suburbs. It also features 5 specific local trips suitable for family outings or fitness training with detailed ride descriptions:

Ride 1: Bondi Beach to Rose Bay
Ride 2: Paddington to Darling Point
Ride 3: Centennial Park to Bronte
Ride 4: A grand tour of Sydney’s East
Ride 5: Sydney Olympics Road Circuit

Bondi is also well connected to Sydney CBD with a dedicated bike path on part of Oxford St. If you are looking to hire a bike, Centennial Park Cycles is a good place to start – and do a lap of the beautiful park while you are there.

Remember, it is mandatory in the state of New South Wales to wear a helmet. These can be rented same place as the bikes.

From the city you can hop on the big red open-top double-decker Explorer bus to experience landmarks and attractions along the way to Bondi Beach.

For ticket prices and timetables, please visit Sydney Explorer or call +61 2 9567 8400.

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