Sydney Train and Ferry Map

Rail and Ferry Map of Sydney and Suburbs South West Rail Link North West Rail Link Eastern Suburbs Light Rail T5: Cumberland line trains - Schofields to Campbelltown Sydney Tramway Museum - heritage tramway Cronulla to Bundeena ferry T1: Sydney to Hornsby via Macquarie Park trains Bobbin Head Ferry - Once per Day Pittwater Ferries Scotland Island Ferries Lane Cove to Circular Quay peak hours commuter ferry F3: Parramatta and Cockatoo Island to Circular Quay Ferries F4: Darling Harbour to Circular Quay Ferries Shark Island tourist Ferry Fort Denison tourist ferry F7:  Watsons Bay and Rose Bay to Circular Quay Ferries F2: Taronga Zoo to Circular Quay Ferries F5:  Neutral Bay to Circular Quay Ferries F6:  Mosman and Cremorne to Circular Quay Ferries F1: Manly Ferry (Manly to Circular Quay) L1: Lilyfield to Central station Light Rail line T4: Eastern Suburbs Railway - Sydney to Bondi Junction T4: Illawarra line - Sydney to Cronulla and Waterfall trains T7: Lidcombe to Olympic Park shuttle trains T3: Sydney to Liverpool and Lidcombe via Bankstown trains T2: Sydney to Homebush and Glenfield via Granville trains Southern Highlands line trains from Campbelltown to Moss Vale and Goulburn T2: Sydney to Sydney Airport, East Hills and Macarthur trains T6:  Clyde to Carlingford shuttle trains T1: Sydney to Penrith, Emu Plains and Richmond trains Go to a map of trains to the Blue Mountains and the West Go to Map of trains to the Southern Highlands Go to a map of trains to the South Coast Go to a map of trains to the Central Coast, Newcastle and the North Coast T1: Sydney to Hornsby via North Shore trains T1: Sydney to Epping via Strathfield trains

Sydney Train and Ferry Map

The map covers the metropolitan Sydney region of the state of New South Wales in Eastern Australia. Sydney is Australia's largest city with a population of almost 4 million, and is the primary port of entry for international visitors. Most recently renowned as host city of the 2000 Olympic Games, Sydney is also the business and tourism hub of the nation, and is increasingly a major centre within the Asia-Pacific region.

Blessed with a wonderful setting on Sydney Harbour, and a benign climate, Sydney is a great tourist's city. Although not the first point at which Europeans landed in Australia, it was the first permanent European settlement, and is Australia's oldest established city.

Suburban Trains

Sydney Trains, the Sydney metropolitan rail operator, provide frequent trains between Sydney and most suburbs over an intensive network of lines. Most lines operate through the City Railway - either running around the City Circle, through the Eastern Suburbs Railway to Bondi Junction, or across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to North Sydney. Sydney trains are frequent and well-used, although they have a reputation, deserved or otherwise, of being a touch unreliable. Of particular interest is that the entire Sydney train network is operated by electric double-deck trains. Sydney Central station is a grand edifice somewhat in the mould of European or North American grand terminal stations befitting its position as the departure point for some of Australia's great long-distance trains. In recent years it has been tastefully restored and is worth a look for anyone who appreciates fine architecture.

Trams and Light Rail

Sydney also possesses a re-born although embryonic tramway system called Sydney Light Rail that runs from Central Station into the inner west suburbs along a former railway line to Lilyfield and Dulwich Hill. A further extension is planned along downtown city streets to Circular Quay and into the South-Eastern Suburbs of Kingsford and Randwick.

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By far the most famous of Sydney's public transport however are the Ferries - most notable that from Sydney to Manly. No trip to Sydney is complete without a journey from Sydney to Manly on a ferry, and indeed there is something to be said for spending a day cruising around the harbour on the many inner harbour ferries. All ferries operate to and from Circular Quay.

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