How often do trains run from Sydney to Newcastle?
Services depart once daily, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 3h. Is there a direct train between Sydney and Newcastle ? Yes, there is a direct train departing from Central Station station and arriving at Newcastle Interchange.
Is there an express train from Sydney to Newcastle?
A new express train service – the fastest yet – will be trialled between Newcastle and Sydney from November. A new express train service will be trialled between Newcastle and Sydney when the Wickham Transport Interchange is complete, the state government has revealed.
How much is the train from Sydney to Newcastle?
The best way to get from Newcastle to Sydney is to train which takes 2h 35m and costs $24 – $45. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs $27 – $40 and takes 2h 55m.
What time do trains run to in Sydney?
Train. From midnight to 4.30am , most trains stop running. NightRide buses replace Sydney train services between midnight and 4:30am, stopping near stations along the train line.
Do I need an opal card to catch a train?
If you don’t have an Opal card or use contactless payments, you will need to get an Opal single trip ticket. Designed as a back up option, Opal single tickets are available for metro, train , bus, ferry and light rail . You cannot break your journey with Opal single tickets and there are no return tickets.
Can I use Opal card to Newcastle?
Opal is your ticket to getting around on public transport. Keep and reuse it to pay for travel on public transport. Once you have your Opal card , just add value, then tap on and tap off to travel. Adult and Child/Youth Opal cards are also available at the Newcastle Transport Hub located at the Newcastle Interchange.
Can I use Opal card from Sydney to Newcastle?
Opal allows you to travel on Sydney and Newcastle Light Rail, buses and Ferries, all Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink Intercity trains between Sydney and Bomaderry, Goulburn, Lithgow, Bathurst, Hamilton, Dungog and Scone.
Do Sydney to Newcastle trains have toilets?
Trains . Intercity and regional trains have toilets on board. On the Central Coast & Newcastle Line, toilets are only open in the outer suburban and intercity areas.
Does Newcastle have a train station?
In September 2018, the Newcastle station precinct was reopened as a multipurpose community space branded as The Station . Newcastle railway station , New South Wales.
|Newcastle railway station|
|Distance||168.10 km (104.45 mi) from Central|
|Platforms||4 (2 side, 1 island)|
Is it cheaper to use Opal card than credit card?
Opal is cheaper . using the Opal card gives you a discount on the full fare. using a credit card means you are charged the full fare. note that each traveller in the group needs their own credit card to pay for the fare ie you cannot use one credit card to pay for three tickets.
How much is a train ticket to Sydney?
Metro and train fares
|Distance||Adult Opal fare||Adult Opal off peak fare|
|Distance20 – 35 km||Adult Opal fare$5.15||Adult Opal off peak fare$3.60|
|Distance35 – 65 km||Adult Opal fare$6.89||Adult Opal off peak fare $4.82|
|Distance65+ km||Adult Opal fare$8.86||Adult Opal off peak fare$6.20|
How do I get from Sydney Airport to Newcastle by train?
Go to Sydney Airport Domestic or Sydney Airport International Train Station. At either of these stations go to Platform 1. Catch the train to Central Station and change to the Newcastle Line from the Country Platforms (1-13) at Central Station. Travel time is approximately 3 hours 16 minutes.
Can I use credit card instead of Opal card?
Contactless is a quick and easy way to pay for your trip on public transport on the Opal network. If you have an American Express, Mastercard or Visa credit or debit card or a linked device, you can use it to pay for your travel by tapping on and tapping off at Opal readers. Find out more about paying the right fare.
How often does Sydney airport train run?
What time do ferries stop in Sydney?
Darling Harbour ferries run on the Cross Harbour ferries loop departing from Pyrmont Bay, Mon-Fri 6.45am-11.42pm; Sat, Sun 7.53am-11.42pm. Timetables and info: 131 500, Transport for NSW.