Things to do
& see in Sydney

Bustling, bright and vibrant, Sydney is the perfect destination for a day trip or getaway. Murrays offer hourly departures from Canberra every day of the year. Sydney has so much to offer; whether it is concerts, sporting events, exhibitions, or just catching up with friends and family.

You’ll discover wonderful places to visit in Sydney; from sun-kissed beaches to fascinating heritage and amazing attractions. The city fans out from beautiful Sydney Harbour to Bondi Beach in the east, Palm Beach in the north, fun adventures in the west and Australia’s oldest national park in the south.

Check here regularly for exclusive deals, discount offers, packages and the best places to visit on your next trip to Sydney!

Timetable & Bookings

Events in Sydney

Sydney.com Events Calendar

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Sydney.com Events Calendar

Sydney, Australia

Sydney is one of Australia's most loved cities, making it the ultimate destination any time of year.  Check out the Sydney Events Calendar for the latest events and information about what is happening in Sydney. 

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The Rolling Stones Exhibit

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The Rolling Stones Exhibit

Opening November 17th at the ICC, Sydney

The Rolling Stones exhibit features over 500 Stones’ items with 50 years of Stones fashion, 190 original artworks, vintage instruments, interactive sound mixing desks and recording studio, a screening cinema with exclusive content, all culminating in a 3D concert finale.

The Rolling Stones Exhibit

Rydges Sydney Airport (T1)

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Rydges Sydney Airport (T1)

Exclusive Discounted Rates

Rydges Sydney Airport is the only Airport hotel and is just a one-minute walk to the international terminal and access to the domestic terminals is simple and easy. Rest before a flight or refresh before heading home. conveniently located adjacent to the International Terminal with 318 spacious guest rooms.

Get your discounted rates here

Flying in & out
of Sydney Airport

Flying in & out of Sydney Airport

Travelling in and out of Sydney Airport - Domestic or International Terminals?

Whether you are on an early morning, daytime or late evening flight, we have you covered for your travel between Sydney & Canberra. Murrays only pick up and drop off at the International Airport (T1), so if you are travelling to/from the Domestic Airport (T2 or T3), you will need to transfer between the International terminal and Domestic terminals. Passengers travelling to and from the Sydney International Airport should ensure that they have allowed time for traffic, flight delays, transfers and check-in times from your airline.


*Travel Tip* - Purchase our Flexible Fare for your return journey so you have the flexibility to change your booking, should you have a change in your travel plans.

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Transfer options to Domestic Airport

T-Bus Service
Passengers travelling into and out of the domestic airport can now use the Sydney Airport’s complimentary T-Bus shuttle bus service between the T1 International and T2/T3 Domestic terminals. The service operates frequently throughout the day, 7 days a week, between 6.00am and 8.50pm. Bus stops are located on the Arrivals level outside each terminal. For more information, contact the Sydney Airport Customer Care Centre on 133 SYD.

Train
Airport Link offers a $6.20 (one way, per person) single transfer ticket for passengers travelling between the T1 International and T2/T3 Domestic terminals. However, pricing does vary if the traveller is using an Opal Card. The journey takes only two minutes and there are frequent services between 5am and midnight, seven days a week. For information on ‘GatePass’, please refer to the AirportLink website.

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