SYD - Kingsford Smith Airport, Sydney, Australia

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1 You can save nearly 75 percent on parking if you book your spot online. The Domestic & International Terminal Car Parks are located directly opposite the terminals for fast access to both check-in and arrivals. The on-site Blu Emu Car Park offers great rates for Domestic travellers parking for 1 day or more and is just a short shuttle ride to both T2 & T3 on the Blu Emu Express!
2 Sydney Buses operate a scheduled service, Route 400, between Bondi Junction and Burwood which stops at both the International (T1) and Domestic (T3) terminals. Clearly marked bus stops are located on the arrivals level outside each of these terminals. General information about fares, timetables and connections to other parts of Sydney is available at
3 It is illegal for limousine drivers to approach you. All limousine services to and from the domestic and international terminals must be pre-arranged at Sydney Airport. If you need a limo on arrival, a reservation counter operated by Royale Limousines is located inside the arrivals area of the International Terminal (T1).
4 Even though the Terminals are linked by aprons. they are located separately and usually require transportation which comes with a cost. The T-Bus shuttle between the T1 International and T2/T3 domestic terminals, costs $5.50 (one way, per person) for a ten minute ride. It operates frequently in the morning peak period from 6am, then half hourly until 9pm. Bus stops are located on the arrivals lev...
5 This airport is usually very busy particularly in the morning peak hours. Allow sufficient time to proceed through security screening.
6 If you need medical assistance, The Sydney Airport Medical Centre at the International Terminal (T1) is located on level 3. There are also two pharmacies for your prescription and personal item needs at T1 and T2.
7 Travelex offers 33 multi-currency ATMs which are located throughout the airport, allowing you fast self service access to Australian or other foreign currency withdrawal around the airport. ANZ Bank branches are located before Customs on both departures and arrivals levels of at Terminal T1 offering complete banking service, including foreign currency exchange.
8 For family favorite dining areas, visit T1 International and T2 Domestic. Otherwise both Terminals have a wide array of food and beverage dining offerings from bars and cafes to casual dining.
9 Duty Free shopping is only available at T1 but for everything else including fashion and lifestyle, books and magazines and souvenirs, you can find it all at both T1 and T2.
10 Both European and International car rental services are provided at Sydney Airport by many popular operators. You’ll find the car rental desks located on the arrivals level at both terminals.

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