Places to go and see

Places to go and see Sydney Opera House during the Vivid Festival

Sydney is Australia’s most famous and premier city filled with plenty of things to see and do

The vibrant city is known for its beautiful beaches, diverse culture, historical landmarks and award winning restaurants. The possibilities are endless with so many places to visit.

Sydney City Circle

Map of the city circle where trains stops at Central, Townn Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James and Museum.From the Sydney City Circle, enjoy a Sydney City experience with stops at Central, Town Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James and Museum.

Explore Chinatown and Paddy’s Markets via Central station which also provides interconnecting trams to popular attractions such as the Sydney Fish Markets. For a world class shopping and dining experience, stop by Town Hall station for easy access to major shopping centres such as Westfield Sydney and the Strand. For breathtaking harbour views and fantastic photo opportunities get off at Circular Quay for attractions such as the Rocks and the Sydney Opera House.

The City Circle line has stops at all major points in the city providing visitors with convenient access for a complete Sydney City experience.

Close to Sydney

Places to go and see close to the city, Bondi BeachTake the T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line from Town Hall to soak up some sunshine at Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach. Take the Light Rail from Central and discover vintage treasures, boutiques and galleries in Glebe. Learn how to surf or play a game of volleyball on Manly Beach, accessible via a ferry from Circular Quay. Take the T2 Inner West Line and wander through the bustling streets of Newtown filled with great cafés and quirky bookstores. From Circular Quay, take a short ferry ride away and visit some of Australia’s most unique animals at Taronga Zoo.

Within a five kilometre radius of Central Station, Sydney Trains can take you to many of the destinations that make Sydney such a colourful and enjoyable place to visit.

Further afield

Places to go and see, Cronulla BeachSydney Trains provide convenient access to popular attractions near and far with services covering parts away from the central Sydney city atmosphere.

Travel to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains for breathtaking panoramic mountain views via Katoomba Station. On the way to Blue Mountains, pass by Emu Plains, visit the Arms of Australia Inn museum and enjoy a historical adventure around the village. Enjoy a delicious South East Asian food experience at Cabramatta, filled with exotic fruits, ingredients and specialty stores. Visit one of Sydney’s most famous beaches at Cronulla, accessible via the T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line. Take the T1 North Shore, Northern & Western Line to Sydney to visit Sydney’s world famous sporting arenas at Sydney Olympic Park. Enjoy a relaxing picnic by the water and go fishing at Berowra Waters Marina, accessible via the North Shore Line. Stop by at Macarthur to enjoy an adventure up in the air in a tiger moth float or in a hot air balloon. From one stop to another, Waterfall railway station provides a gateway of possibilities. Waterfall is a terminating station for the T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line but it also leads to Sydney terminal, Port Kembla, Dapto and Kiama.

We make it easy to move away from the city atmosphere and explore parts of Sydney better known to locals than to visitors.