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Domestic airport

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Domestic airport

Am flying into the domestic airport in Sydney in January and wondered if anyone can tell me if it is located within the international airport or if it is separate. Am looking for a hotel near to the Domestic one.


Sydney, Australia
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1. Re: Domestic airport

No it's separate, you use a bus or the train to transfer

How long do you have between flights. Generally we suggest staying in the city between if overnighting as the hotels are better and they are only 15 mins away.

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2. Re: Domestic airport

Although the domestic and international terminals are separate they are only barely 10mins bus ride between them.

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3. Re: Domestic airport

Several hotels near the domestic airport - Stamford Plaza, Holiday Inn, Ibis near the domestic terminal, and Rydges right outside the arrivals hall at the international terminal.

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4. Re: Domestic airport

I agree with GW, we usually recommend staying in the city.

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