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Cheap Wagga Wagga to Sydney Flights
Sydney is one of Australia's iconic cities. Its architecture is recognised around the world, and its beautiful beaches attract thousands of visitors each year.
With daily flights between Wagga Wagga and Sydney, you can be exploring the capital of New South Wales in just 1 hour 15 minutes. Book your trip with Qantas or Regional Express and use Webjet's powerful search engine to find the lowest airfare prices.
Ready to pack your bags? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Wagga Wagga to Sydney!
Departing from Wagga Wagga Airport
Getting to Wagga Wagga Airport
There are no public transport services that operate between the city and Wagga Wagga airport.
The best way to get to the departure terminals is with one of the private shuttle transfers or a metered taxi. A cab ride from the CBD to the airport will cost around AUD 35.
You can also hire a car from one of the several rental companies inside the Arrivals Hall.
Parking at Wagga Wagga Airport
Park & Fly is the only secure parking facility at Wagga Wagga Airport. It offers passengers two options, the secure compound parking lot for AUD 7.50 per day and covered parking for AUD 15 per day.
Arriving at Sydney Airport
Getting from Sydney Airport to Your Hotel
Take the train to Sydney's CBD. It's one of the best ways to avoid the city's traffic, and the service leaves the airport every 10-minutes between 5:00 a.m. and midnight.
Use the public bus. Fares cost as little as AUD 5.60, and it's the cheapest transportation option from the airport.
Grab a taxi or use the airport's WiFi to request a ride with Uber. The trip will cost between AUD 45-55 and take 20-minutes depending on the traffic.
Hire a car. If you're planning a day trip or want more freedom of movement, you can rent a car from one of the companies inside the arrivals hall of T2 and T3.
What are the top experiences for visitors to Sydney?
Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Allowing you to scale the southern half of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, a BridgeClimb experience is one that you certainly won’t forget in a hurry. Climbing to the upper reaches of the bridge, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the city, Sydney Harbour and beyond. With climbs available at dawn, during the day, at twilight and at night, you’ll find no shortage of different ways to experience the beauty of Australia’s largest city first hand. BridgeClimb experiences can be quite popular, so be sure to secure your tickets after you book your Dubbo to Sydney flights.
Swim at Bondi Beach
No visit to Sydney on Dubbo to Sydney flights would be complete without a swim at Bondi Beach. Located just a few kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, Bondi Beach is one of Australia’s best known beaches, renowned for its golden sands and picturesque appearance. Take a swim between the flags, enjoy a walk along the sand or simply sit back, relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
Other Things to Do in Sydney
- Go to the Sydney Opera House. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the city's top landmarks. Sign up for one of the daily guided tours to learn more about its history and get a behind the scenes look at the building.
- Shop til' you drop at the Queen Victoria Building. Established in 1898, the market now has more than 200 high-end shops. If you have the time, stop for High Tea at The Tea Room or simply wander around.
- Take a picture from on top of the Sydney Tower Eye. It's the tallest building in the city, and it has an observation deck with a glass floor. You can book a 45-minute skywalk tour or opt for standard admission.