Sydney Airport is located in Mascot NSW, which is approximately 8km from the Sydney’s central CBD. The airport is easily accessible by all modes of transport including car hire Sydney Airport, train, taxi and bus. All terminals, including T1 International, T2 Domestic and T3 Qantas Domestic, can be easily found by following airplane symbols to the airport. Sydney Airport is not only recognized for outstanding facilities for airlines but for exceptionally high levels of passenger and customer service, handling around 30 million passengers a year. The airport has been consistently ranked as one of the best airports in the world by industry respected passenger satisfaction surveys and in the 2005 the airport was listed one of the Top Ten. As Australia's premier gateway, 40 international, 9 domestic and regional passenger airlines and 9 dedicated freight carriers operate from Sydney Airport. In addition, a number of other airlines are represented in Sydney via code-share and alliance partnerships. At Sydney airport visitors can enjoy a quick snack at any number of the casual dining options in both the domestic and the international terminal or have a drink or a coffee in the coffee bars at both locations. In addition tourist and business travellers can enjoy any number of the services offered such as baggage services, currency exchanges and for international travellers a large duty free shop is on offer to cater or most needs. Car hire Sydney Airport is also among the best in Australia with several different providers which will give visitors easy access to Sydney’s many attractions.
Local Attractions in Sydney and the surrounding area: Sydney Harbour – The best way to see Sydney’s famous attraction Sydney Harbour is from a private yacht, but even if you are not in possession of a large boat the shorefront can offer swimming, scenic flights or you can take the Manly and Parramatta ferries over to the other destinations in the area. Sydney Opera House – Arguably the most recognizable building in Australia designed by the award winning Danish architect Jørn Utzon and shaped like rolling waves. Walking from the Sydney Harbour to the Sydney Opera House is a nice walk even, especially on a nice day and is worthwhile even if you are not the biggest opera fan and after the walk the cafés with harbor views is perfect for a nice cup of coffee and a quick bite to eat. Sydney Harbour Bridge – the 134m high bridge links the central business district with North city and it is possible for visitors to buy a ticket to walk to the top of the bridge and enjoy the unparalleled views. Bondi Beach – one of the most the most famous beaches in the world with a comfortable average temperature of 21. Also the scene of tv-show Bondi Rescue which focuses on the important work of the lifeguards. Especially popular for surfers.