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Cheap Port Macquarie to Sydney

It's not hard to see why Sydney is one of Australia's top destinations. With its iconic architecture, vibrant city life and beautiful beaches, it's the ultimate escape without sacrificing any modern conveniences.

With 40 direct flights each week from Port Macquarie to Sydney, you can be exploring one the world's most well-known cities in just 1h 5min. Book your trip with either Virgin Australia or Qantas and use Webjet's powerful search tools to help you find the lowest airfare prices.

Ready to pack your bags and go on an adventure in the metropolis? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Port Macquarie to Sydney.

Departing from Port Macquarie

Getting to Port Macquarie Airport

There is a range of public transport options to get to and from Port Macquarie Airport.

If you're on a budget and aren't in a rush, take the local bus. Busways run a regular service to the airport with route 341. The first bus leaves the city at 7:19 a.m. and the last one departs at 6:21 p.m.

Metered taxis are also available for trips to the airport. A ride should cost you around AUD 20 to AUD 24 and take around 10 minutes.

Another option is to take one of the many shuttle bus services that operate in the area.

Parking at Port Macquarie Airport

If you want to leave your car at Port Macquarie Airport, you can use the public car park. There are 175 spaces located directly in front of the terminal building.

Rates start at AUD 15 for the first day or AUD 40 for the weekend. Payments can be made by either cash or credit card at the pay station located near the baggage claim area.

Arriving at Sydney Airport

Getting from Sydney Airport to Your Hotel

If you're in a rush to get into town, take the train. It leaves the airport every 10 minutes from 5:00 a.m. to midnight and has a journey time of 13-minutes.

For budget travellers, the most cost-effective way to get from the airport to Sydney's CBD is with the bus. Route 400 runs a daily service into town and only costs AUD 5.60.

The taxi stands are located outside of the terminal buildings. A ride into the city costs between AUD 44-55 and takes 20-minutes.

For ridesharing services like Uber, meet your driver at the priority pick-up area.

Want to hire your own car? You'll find the rental companies on the arrivals level of T2 and T3.

Things to Do in Sydney

  • Love surfing? Then head to Shark Island! It's home to Australia's heaviest waves and attracts surfers from all the world who want to test their skills. Even if you aren't brave enough to get into the water, it's a beautiful place to spend the day and watch the surfers try their luck.
  • Don't leave Sydney without doing all the touristy things; they are popular for a reason. Make sure you climb Harbour Bridge, get a picture in front of the Sydney Opera House and join the beach bums at Bondi Beach.
  • Escape the city for a few hours by visiting the Royal Botanic Gardens. Entrance is free, and you can wander it's beautiful pathways to your heart's content.
  • If you're a history buff, The Hyde Park Barracks Museum is a must-visit. It's considered one of the country's most important convict locations and even has UNESCO World Heritage status. Entrance only costs AUD 10, and each ticket includes a 45-minute guided tour.

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