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Sydney is located on Australia's east coast and situated between a beautiful natural harbor and the Blue Mountains. The city’s subtropical weather makes it a perfect year-round destination. It’s a fast-paced city with beautiful beaches, making it Australia’s favorite party destination. Your flight from Melbourne to Sydney Airport (SYD) can have you sitting at the harbor in little more than an hour and a half. Qantas, Virgin Australia, Tiger Air and Jetstar all offer nonstop service regularly. The flight is a mere one and a half hours.
Facilities at Sydney Airport
When you fly from Melbourne to Sydney Airport (SYD) you will land at either terminal T2 or T3. In addition to the popular discount carriers like Jetstar, flights from Melbourne to Sydney Airport (SYD) are also available on REX, Regional Express Airlines. Qantas uses Sydney as a hub. The airport is located 5 miles south of downtown, which is 13 minutes by train. The train and other transportation are located directly between T2 and T3 downstairs from arrival gates.
Things to Do Near Sydney Airport
Many of the most popular landmarks in Sydney are on the south side of the bay. Most prominent is the open-air Sydney Opera House, the city’s most recognizable landmark. Northwest of the downtown business district, near Sydney Harbor, is the Rocks, a historic district that spreads out from Campbell’s Cove. Part of the original settlement, it is now a favorite destination for visitors. Nearby is the Royal Botanical Gardens and Art Gallery Road, the heart of Sydney’s art scene. To the west is Darling Harbor, where you will find the city’s aquarium. On the north side of the harbor is the Taronga Zoo. Sydney Harbour National Park is to the north, and the Royal National Park is to the south, only minutes from downtown.
Sydney offers a wide variety of entertainment options. Enjoy classical offerings at the Sydney Opera House, which is the home of Opera Australia and the Sydney Symphony. Cutting-edge performance art can be found at the Wharf or Capital theaters. If you are looking to go clubbing, Oxford Street is known for dance clubs and cafes. Kings Cross has long been known for its hard partying scene.
Hints and Tips for Sydney Airport
The busiest time of the year for flights from Melbourne to Sydney Airport (SYD) is the end of the year when many enjoy a tropical holiday season. Sydney sponsors many festivals, with the Sydney Festival and Vivid Sydney celebrating the city’s art scene. The city has a number of professional sports teams. The Sydney Cricket Grounds is the venue for three professional teams during the summer months. ANZ Stadium is the primary venue for the city’s many rugby teams and international competitions. It also hosts professional soccer and Australian rules football. There are plenty of beaches that offer excellent diving in the area. The city’s food scene is heavily influenced by its recent influx of immigrants, which has fused its English heritage with traditions from all across Asia. Visiting the vast array of ethnic eateries around the city has become popular. A dinner for two in the business district or harbor will start around $50. But at the many ethnic food courts, food carts or neighborhood restaurants, expect to pay half that.
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