30 minutes (taxi) or 40 minutes (train).



No matter if you’re arriving or leaving, taking a taxi is easier and faster. It’s door-to-door and will take about 30 minutes.



The underground Airport Link train services both the International and Domestic airports. We recommend you use the train only if you have a moderate amount of luggage. It takes 12 minutes to reach Central Station. From there you can take either the lightrail or a bus to Bet’s B&B.


At Central Station, take the lightrail to Rozelle Bay station (15 minutes). Tickets can be purchased on the lightrail. From there, it’s a short 10-minute walk to Bet’s B&B.


From Central Station, catch the 470 'Lilyfield' bus near the intersection of Pitt Street and Eddy Avenue (the bus stop is 100 metres north, next to the Belmore Park sandstone wall). It's a 15-minute ride to the corner of Johnston and Booth streets. Alight opposite the Post Office and walk to Bet's B&B at 176 Johnston Street.



At 35 metres, Johnston Street is the widest street in the Inner-West suburbs of Sydney. Taxi drivers know it and there’s no missing it on your GPS. But, if you’re coming from the airport, we recommend downloading the Google Map shortcut (below). Give it to the taxi driver or take it with you. By the way, at Bet’s B&B there is plenty of on-street parking and there are no parking metres or time restrictions.



It’s easy. 20 minutes by bus. 15 minutes by lightrail.



The ‘470’ bus stop (corner Johnston and Booth streets) is five minutes’ walk from Bet’s B&B. It’s an efficient and reliable service, with buses arriving every five minutes during morning ‘peak’ hours. In ‘off-peak’ periods, the buses are scheduled every 15 minutes.

Along its route, the 470 bus takes you through Glebe, past the University of Sydney, Broadway shopping centre, University of Technology Sydney, Central Railway Station and Chinatown. In Elizabeth Street, the bus travels past Hyde Park and then terminates near Martin Place in the heart of Sydney's shopping district. From there it's a 10-minute walk (or a short bus ride) to the ferry hub of Circular Quay. Nearby are the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Museum of Contemporary Art, Botanic Gardens and the historic Rocks area.


From Bet’s B&B, the lightrail is an easy 10-minute walk down Annandale Street to Rozelle Bay Station. Every 10-15 minutes throughout the day, the twin-carriage lightrail travels the scenic 7km route to Central Railway Station. Along the way, it passes the popular Sydney Fish Market, the Crown Casino, Darling Harbour – with its National Maritime Museum, the Sydney Aquarium and Entertainment Centre – and Paddy’s Market and Chinatown.



It’s a one-hour bus trip to Coogee Beach.



You can catch the 370 bus at the same bus stop (corner Johnston and Booth streets) just five minutes’ walk from Bet’s B&B. It’s a fascinating ride that passes through Glebe and Newtown, two of the city’s most vibrant suburbs that are close to Sydney University and other colleges. Along the route, you also pass Sydney Park, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Randwick Racecourse and the University of NSW before reaching the popular swimming beach at Coogee.

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