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Transport

Overseas students cannot travel on a concession fare and have to pay full fare. However, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly Tickets are cheaper. Failure to pay the correct fare may result in a hefty fine of $100 or more.

TRAINS
There are frequent suburban train services leaving from Central Station including trains for Arncliffe station. ABI is a few minutes’ walk from Arncliffe railway station. Return train tickets are cheaper after 9:00 am and before 3pm. Weekly rail tickets are cheaper than daily tickets. For further information on Sydney Trains including timetables and fares go to www.cityrail.info

BUSES AND FERRIES
Sydney has many bus services between the suburbs and the city centre. Many bus services travel along George St. or Pitt Streets. Fares start from $1.50 and depend on the travelling distance. Ask the bus driver for the exact fare. There are many ferry services from Circular Quay to suburbs around Sydney. You can use weekly travel passes to make ferry travel cheaper. For further information on Sydney Bus Services go to www.sydneybuses.info and Sydney Ferries go to www.sydneyferries.info

TAXIS
It is usually easy to find a taxi in Sydney. Prices vary depending on the distance travelled. If you take a taxi on a toll-way you will have to pay the toll money in addition to taxi fare. Taxi service in Sydney is very reliable and can be taken either from a taxi rank or by booking on phone/internet or just simply by ‘hail’ from the street.