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Sydney Airport is situated in the suburb of Mascot, which lies only 8km away from the Sydney city centre. That means that once you land, you’re basically in the thick of one Australia’s busiest cities. Getting around Sydney is easy, if you know what you’re doing, but it is notoriously challenging for those who don’t know the area well. The traffic conditions are changeable, and congestion can bring your progress to a halt quickly. That means you’ll need to choose your airport transport well. If you’re travelling from Sydney Airport to Avalon Beach, there are a few options at your disposal. You can travel by public transport, but you’ll need to contend with an influx of commuters, and no shortage of stops and interchanges. You could choose a taxi, but one wrong turn can see the price of your trip rise sharply. Or you could choose a private transfer with Hughes. We offer day and night transfers from Sydney Airport to Avalon Beach, complete with door to door service and seven day availability. All of that comes with chauffeur comfort, too, so you can cut down your travel times in style.
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If you haven’t spent much time in the Sydney area, the route from the Airport to Avalon Beach is likely to be an unfamiliar one. Luckily, our drivers are trained professionals, with no shortage of local experience. Here are a few tips.
The travel times between Avalon Beach and Sydney Airport are pretty variable. It could take one hour if you’re travelling during a quiet period (late at night, for example). Alternatively, if you arrive at the airport during peak hour, it might take you closer to 80 or 100 minutes to get from Sydney Airport to Avalon Beach. For that reason, we always recommend that you choose your flight times carefully. If you have meetings to make, or flights to catch, it’s important to factor travel times into your arrangements. Whatever the case, though, you can rest assured that our drivers will get you from Sydney Airport to Avalon Beach via the quickest and most direct route possible.
Sydney Airport consists of three different terminals in the Mascot Airport Precinct: there’s the international, and two domestic terminals. If you’re travelling domestically, it’s important to know from which terminal you’re departing – our drivers can help you with that, though. All three terminals have no shortage of pick up and drop off areas, but we will be in touch with you prior to your flights to ensure that you know where to meet us on your arrival. If you’re departing, there’s a chance you’ll have some time to kill before your flight leaves. If that’s the case, why not enjoy the Sydney Airport facilities, which include dining, shopping, entertainment, and transit facilities. If you’d prefer to stay put, there’s free Wi-Fi across all the terminals, which means you can stay connected in transit.
No matter where you need to be in Avalon Beach, we can help. Our drivers know the area well, and we can take you in and around Avalon Beach as required. If you haven’t been before, you’ve lots to look forward to. Avalon Beach is a coastal suburbs in the famous northern beaches are of Sydney. It’s about 37km north of the CBD and it has surf, sun, sand, and a 25m saltwater rock pool. If you prefer to stay dry, you can visit one of the many shops in the area, or relax in a café or restaurant. There’s a surf club, a bowls club, and a sailing club if you’d like a meal, and there’s a gold club for fans of that, too.