Transport in Australia

Stories and photographs from my Australia travels. Read my posts and see my pictures in this section of my blog.

Transportation from / to Perth Airport

Perth airport is both domestic and international airport in the city of Perth. The airport is the fourth busiest airport in Australia. It is around 18 kilometres from the city centre. Taxis The taxis (Ola cabs) from the airport to the city centre costs around AUD 25 and is definitely the quickest way to get …

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Getting around in Perth

Perth has three modes of transport within the city. Trains Buses Ferries Perth Railway Station is the largest station on TransPerth network. The recent and up-to-date information on public transport in Perth can be found on TransPerth website. A stand alone one time ticket can be purchased at any of the train stations. SmartRider is the …

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Darling Harbour to Wynyard

Transportation from / to Sydney Airport

One of the most common questions I get asked when fellow travellers travel to Sydney is the mode of transport from the airport to the city. So, I decided to write a post about it. Sydney has two airports – one for domestic and the other for international flights. The airports are around 7 kilometres …

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Getting around in Melbourne

Melbourne has below modes of transportation: Trams – to travel within the city and inner suburbs. Trains – to travel within the city and extended suburbs. Buses – fills up the gaps where trams and trains do not exist. The main train station is the Flinders Street train station. The recent and up-to-date information about …

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