Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport, Sydney Australia

Serving international and domestic flights, Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport is the busiest airport in Australia. The airport consists of three terminals, and for a fee, travellers may make use of the “T-Bus” shuttle service or the Airport Link train to move between terminals.

Visitors who wish to stay connected on the go may use the free wireless internet service available throughout all the terminals, as long as they have mobile phones, laptops or other electronic devices which are Wi-Fi-enabled. This free internet service is available for the first two hours. Subsequently, travellers may continue to use the internet by paying a fee. If visitors do not possess their own electronic devices, they may visit the internet kiosks stationed throughout the terminals, where computers are provided. Mobile phones and prepaid SIM cards can also be purchased at the airport, for travellers who are staying in Australia.

There are numerous airline lounges for travellers with relevant access. Lounge facilities include telephones and fax machines, up-to-date newspapers and magazines, televisions with global news channels, complimentary food and drinks, comfortable rest and working areas, as well as a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. Business travellers may continue working on the go in a conducive environment, while others can rest in comfort while waiting for their flights.

Passengers in transit who wish to freshen up after long hours of travelling may do so at the shower areas installed within the airport. Travellers who are unwell may visit the medical centre for a check-up or purchase medicine from the pharmacies. Other health and beauty products are also available at these pharmacies. There is a massage centre where travellers may go to ease their aches and pains, or they could opt to stop by the prayer rooms to meditate.

Duty-free shopping may be done at the airport, with items such as liquor, electronic goods, sunglasses, watches and cosmetics on sale. Tax refunds are also available for foreign travellers and can be done at the respective counters before departure. Other retail shops at the airport sell items such as local gifts and souvenirs, luxury items, books and magazines, clothing and bags. There is also a wide variety of food and beverage options, including restaurants and snack counters. For those looking to get a drink, they may head to the bars to sit and relax before their flight. Some bars and cafes also provide internet access and televisions for entertainment.

IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 12 August 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport website for the latest update of the following information.

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Driving hide 

Car rentals may be done at the car rental counters of Hertz and Budget. Parking lots are available at the airport.

Trains hide 

Trains link the airport to the city in a 15 minute journey. The train stations are situated at both the International and Domestic terminals.

Buses hide 

There are several bus services that can take passengers to different destinations. Passengers are advised to check the bus routes before boarding. Some hotels also provide an airport shuttle service, which drops and picks up passengers at the airport.

Taxi hide 

Taxis may be found at the taxi ranks outside the terminal buildings.

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 Airport Contact Details

Sydney Airport

Airport Central,
241 O´Riordan Street,
Mascot NSW 2020,

Tel:+61 2 9667 6111


 Location Details

Longitude:151° 10' 32'' E
Latitude:33° 56' 39'' S

 Airport Location

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