Thanks so much!
Thanks so much!
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We got money exchanged in the US before we left to include NZ dollars and Australian dollars.Thats the best way, then you can also exchange more once you are there.
There is Airport Express bus you can take to the city. Can't remember how much but it was reasonable.Actually, it's been many years since the Airport Express bus ran.
I would also take a taxi ...I also agree about getting a taxi.
My daughter and I will be in arriving in Sydney on Feb 22nd at 8:40 am for 7 nights. We are very excited. I love to do research for our trips so I am driving my daughter crazy right now. We will be staying in a Serviced Apartment in Darling Harbour near the Wynyard station, so I am trying to figure out if we should take the train (we love various transportations and are quite adventurous-my daughter calls it cheap) or a taxi to our new home for 7 nights. Any help will be appreciated. I love these boards!! We have taken many cruises together when she was younger, but decided to do a land trip this time. Thanks!As there are two of you, the cheapest way to get to your Service Apartment in Darling Harbour is by taxi. The train charges $15 p.p. so it is no brainer to realize that you will have spent $30 and will still have to find your way from the station to the apartment.
As there are two of you, the cheapest way to get to your Service Apartment in Darling Harbour is by taxi. The train charges $15 p.p. so it is no brainer to realize that you will have spent $30 and will still have to find your way from the station to the apartment.i agree, we took a taxi from airport to hotel and it cost us $11 each and was much easier
Taxis are quick, reasonably priced and take you right to the door.