Cheap flights to Sydney

The best discount flights to Sydney from Dublin Ireland

Sydney: General Information

Everything youve heard about Sydney is true. The beautiful harbour City is an urban, cosmopolitan, friendly, laid back and naturally stunning city so why not take advantage of our cheap flights to Sydney. Its everything you could want from a city and more. When flying to Australia, the foreign traveller is most likely to arrive in Sydney. Try and get a window seat to take in the awesome scenery as the plane sweeps in over the Harbour, the city spreading out beneath you. Australian Holidays offers great deals on cheap flights to Sydney from Ireland, so call us today to experience this amazing destination for yourself.

Main Attractions in Sydney

  • Hyde Park
  • Australian Museum
  • Powerhouse
  • Sydney Harbour
  • Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Oceanworld
  • Sydney Museum
  • The Rocks
  • Taronga Zoo
  • Opera House

How far from Sydney airport?

When your Sydney flight lands, youll need some important information about Sydney Airport.

The airport is located 9kms south of Sydney. TRANSFER BETWEEN TERMINALS:
Rail: Underground: An underground Airport Rail Link connects the International and Domestic terminals and the city. Trains run every ten minutes at peak times and every 15 minutes off-peak 0500-2400 Monday-Friday, 0500-0100 Friday-Sunday (journey time: 12 minutes).
Road: Bus: Qantas, Ansett and Green and Gold Airport Express buses operate frequent services between the terminals.

How to get around Sydney - Local transport

Sydney has a very good and functional mass transportation system ranging from ferries and buses to trains. Taxies are easily found everywhere and they are not very expensive, while not the most economical way of getting around.

Shopping Areas in Sydney

Shopping in Sydney is fun if you pick and choose. The CBD tends to the generic, but if you venture out into the inner-city areas such as Paddington, Glebe and Newtown, you'll find a variety of eclectic boutiques, home-grown designers, darling knick-knackeries, one-offs, and bargain-priced markets.

Weather in Sydney

March-April or October-November are a delight, with clear, warm days and mild nights. Sydney is blessed with a temperate climate and averages summer temperatures of around 25C (77F). It can get up to 40C (104F) on a hot day and high humidity can make it oppressive, but torrential downpours often break the heat between October and March. Winters are cool rather than cold. Beach lovers unperturbed by the hazards of lizard-skin and melanomas should come between December and February.

Interested in visiting other cities in Australia and New Zealand? Take a look at our cheap flights to Brisbane, flights to Auckland, flights to Adelaide, flights to Cairns, flights to Darwin, cheap flights to Melbourne, and flights to Perth.


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