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Train or Taxi to Circular Quay?

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Train or Taxi to Circular Quay?

Hi, I am travelling from Sydney Domestic to Pitt St, in Circular Quay, would you go by train or Taxi?

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1. Re: Train or Taxi to Circular Quay?

It really comes down to how many people and how much luggage.

I'm guessing Sydney Harbour Marriott - and it's less than two blocks from Circular Quay, flat walk. So if luggage isn't an issue, I'd say train.

Edited: 10 October 2013, 05:11
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2. Re: Train or Taxi to Circular Quay?

I would totally agree with KVE and add that if you are arriving during morning (7 to 9) or afternoon (4 - 7) peak period you should also take the train as it would be quicker than sitting in traffic in a cab.

Train fare is $16.90. A cab from Domestic will be around $40 to The Quay.

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3. Re: Train or Taxi to Circular Quay?

Has the train fare gone up ?

I thought it was $15.90 from Domestic to the city .... oh well, nothing stays the same forever I guess !

Edited: 10 October 2013, 06:06
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4. Re: Train or Taxi to Circular Quay?

Thank you so much, will take the train

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