Whether travelling from another state or from a far flung international destination, New South Wales enjoys extensive airline service to and from its major gateway, Sydney. Around 40 airlines serve Australia’s busiest airport, providing service to 80 destinations around the world, including many regional centres within the state.
Sydney is also the main entry point for rail and cruise itineraries. Sydney can be reached by rail on the New South Wales regional train service as well as the Indian Pacific from Perth which operates via Adelaide and Broken Hill. Welcoming ships from around the world, the main cruise terminal is located at Circular Quay, near the Sydney Rocks. This busy port handles ships of all sizes, including today’s mega cruise ships and ocean liners.
The New South Wales road and highway system provides convenient access by car or bus to locations around the state. Whether travelling interstate or around the country, Greyhound’s extensive route network connects capital cities with country towns and regional centres.