AgileAus19 returns to the Hilton Sydney, see below some tips on how to get there and how to get around.
Flying into Sydney
Thanks to Virgin Australia, discount flights are available for AgileAus19 attendees through the booking panel on this webpage.
Virgin Australia discounts available include:
- Domestic Business: up to 10% Virgin Australia Domestic Business class fares
- Domestic Flexi: up to 10% Virgin Australia Domestic Freedom fares
- Domestic Saver: up to 10 % Virgin Australia Domestic Elevate and Getaway fares (excluding tactical and Sale fares)
Discount fares are available to purchase until midnight Monday 17 June 2019. Travel must be between Monday 17 June 2019 to midnight Wednesday 3 July 2019.
All fares purchased using the booking panel are subject to the fare type terms and conditions provided on the Virgin Australia website.
There are four major airlines which fly regularly into Sydney. You can compare all flights in one spot at www.webjet.com.au.
Transport Options from Sydney Airport
Sydney Airport is conveniently located only 8 kilometres from the city centre and less than 10 kilometres from major tourist attractions. There are many options to get to and from Sydney Airport to the CBD.
By taxi and rideshare
- More information on taxis and rideshare.
Airport Link offers a fast and convenient way to reach the city and suburbs, with trains running approximately every 10 minutes. The station is located at the northern end of the terminal and accessible from the Arrivals level. To use this service, you will need to purchase an Opal Card from the station, Relay or WH Smith. For more information, including fares, maps, timetable changes and travel planners, choose from the links below.
Getting around Sydney
Sydney Public Transport
Sydney’s public transport system features a comprehensive network of train, bus and ferry services. Light rail lines, airport links, sightseeing buses and taxi services complement the network.
- More information on Sydney Public Transport
If you are planning to use public transport around Sydney, it is recommended that you purchase an Opal card.
Simply add value to your Opal card then tap on and tap off to pay your fares on trains, buses, ferries and light rail – anywhere within the Opal network.
Opal Single Trip Tickets
You must tap on and tap off when travelling with an Opal single trip ticket when you’re travelling on the train, ferry or light rail. If you don’t, you’re not travelling with a valid ticket and you can be fined. Single trip tickets are available from Opal top up and single trip ticket machines at selected locations in the Opal network. Some machines accept Eftpos, Visa, Mastercard – some accept Eftpos, Visa, Mastercard and cash.
The Opal single bus ticket is a ticket that you can purchase from the driver on board the bus (except prepaid services). Customers do not need to tap on or tap off.
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