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Cheap Sydney to Gold Coast Flights
No trip to Australia would be complete without a stop in Sydney. It's full of iconic architecture that makes it one of the world's most recognisable cities.
And with 196 direct flights from the Gold Coast to Sydney every week, you have no excuse to miss out on what this incredible city has to offer. Book one of the 3,143 seats available with either Jetstar, Tigerair, Qantas or Virgin Australia, and you'll be exploring the Harbour City in less than 1hr 30min.
Ready to pack your bags and hit the skies? Here's everything you need to know about flying from the Gold Coast to Sydney!
Departing from Gold Coast Airport
Getting to Gold Coast Airport
Located 25 km south of Surfers Paradise, the cheapest way to get to the Gold Coast Airport with the public bus. TransLink offers a daily service with pay-as-you-go options or an unlimited bus and tram pass for only AUD 10 per day.
Travelling alone or in a big group? Use the Gold Coast Tourist shuttle to get picked up from your hotel and dropped off at the airport. The service runs from Tweed Heads all the way to Runaway Bay.
If you don't want to take public transport, you can catch a ride with a taxi or a ride-sharing service. Rates from Surfers Paradise to the airport will cost around AUD 30-60 depending on the traffic.
Parking at Gold Coast Airport
Prefer to leave your car at the airport? With over 2,000 spots available and an option for every kind of traveller, parking at the Gold Coast Airport is affordable and convenient.
Which Parking Option Should You Choose?
- Premium Covered Parking: If you want to park as close as possible to the terminal building, go with this option. The car park is linked to the departures building with a covered walkway. Plus you can book online to save on fees and secure your spot.
- Short-Term Terminal Parking: Only use this option if you're parking for less than 8-hours or if you don't mind being charged hourly for your stay.
- Budget Parking: If you want to be as frugal as possible, park here. You can choose from covered and uncovered options and pay as little as AUD 16 per day.
Arriving at Sydney Airport
Sydney is home to the largest and busiest airport in Australia.
If you're flying with Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Tigerair, your flights will depart and arrive at Terminal 2 whereas Qantas passengers flying to and from the Golden Coast will use Terminal 3.
Getting from Sydney Airport to Your Hotel
If you want to avoid sitting in Sydney's notorious traffic jams, catch the train from the airport into the city. It's a quick 13 minutes, and trains depart every 10 minutes from 5:00 a.m. to midnight 7-days a week.
Exploring Sydney on a tight budget? Hop on board the public bus that services the airport. Route 400 departs from the T3 Domestic terminal and will take you all the way into the CBD for only AUD 5.60 one-way.
The taxi stands are outside each domestic terminal. A one-way trip into the city usually takes 20-minutes if there is no traffic and costs around AUD 45-55. If you would rather use Uber, you can wait for your driver at the priority pick-up area.
For travellers that prefer more independence, car rental companies are at T2 and T3 on the arrivals level of the domestic terminals.
Things to Do in Sydney
Sydney has something to offer every kind of traveller. Whether you're an architecture nerd, a museum junkie or you can't get enough of boats - the city won't leave you feeling disappointed.
- Visit Sydney's famous beaches like Bondi or Manly.
- Head to the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
- Stroll through the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens
- Explore the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Australian National Maritime Museum.
- Indulge your taste buds at one of Sydney's trendy cafes or restaurants.
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