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Sydney Airport consists of three terminals in Mascot, about 10km from the Sydney city centre. That places it only 14km from Rushcutters Bay. Getting from Sydney Airport to Rushcutters Bay is possible in a number of ways, including with hire cars, taxis, buses, and private shuttles. But those options simply don’t offer the convenience or value for money of a Hughes transfer. Hire cars leave you with the expense of parking and petrol, as well as the challenging of navigating Sydney’s traffic conditions.
Taxis are inconsistently priced, and they can take their toll on your budget if you encounter any delays due to traffic. Then there are buses and shuttles, which may be cheap, but which take a long time, and make frequent stops. A Hughes transfer from Sydney Airport to Rushcutters Bay is the opposite: you get private and direct service to the doorstep of your destination. There’ll be no queueing, no unnecessary working, and pure comfort from start to finish.
Modern, sophisticated and comprehensively equipped luxury vehicles. The perfect combination of value and style.
Big on style and performance, we have some of the world’s truly great sedans including BMW, Mercedes and Audi luxury models.
Smooth & luxurious. The Audi Q7 is where sporty and elegant styling combine to create a vehicle of impeccable style with the luggage space that no sedan can match.
Our luxury people movers include the Mercedes V Class and Viano with features normally associated with premium sedans. Room for 7 passengers and a luggage trailer.
Ready for your executive, family or group requirements. These multi-purpose vehicles include the Mercedes Sprinter and combine comfort, space and style.
Perfect for groups up to 21 people, our luxury small coaches are a new way to experience group travel. Enjoy luxurious leather seating with plenty of space.
Inner city Sydney is an incredible mix of seaside or harbour views, green spaces, and soaring skyscrapers. It makes for quite a spectacle! If you have made the trip into the hear of it at Rushcutters Bay, then here’s what to expect.
Because Rushcutters Bay is only about 14km from the airport, it usually doesn’t take too long to get there. However, we like to make generous allowances for traffic congestion during peak hour. When the commuters start to leave the city, the roads become busy and it can take about half an hour to get from Rushcutters Bay to Sydney Airport, compared to an average of 20-25 minutes. When it’s even quieter, it can take as few as 16 minutes to get from Rushcutters Bay to Sydney Airport. If you want to minimize your time on the road, we would suggest booking flights outside of peak periods.
When you book with Hughes, we will liaise with you to ensure that you have all the information you need to meet your transfer. It will be a simple matter of collecting your luggage and meeting your professional chauffeur at the pre-agreed location. And, despite being the biggest in Australia, Sydney airport is an easy airport to navigate. Each of the terminals have clearly delineated arrivals and departures halls, with an abundance of signage. That’s not all there is in abundance, either. Each terminal has plenty of shopping and dining opportunities, so you won’t be bored when you’re waiting for your flight.
Rushcutters Bay sits just 3km to the east of Sydney’s CBD and boasts great dining options alongside some of Australia’s finest urban coastal scenery. For sporting enthusiasts, Rushcutters Bay has the RAN sailing association and Cruising Yacht club of Australia. That makes it a great place to see the commencement of many iconic Australian sporting events, including the Sydney to Hobart yacht race. Because of its close proximity to the CBD, Rushcutters Bay is an excellent place to base yourself on a Sydney holiday. It may be close to the action, but it will feel miles away thanks to the ocean breezes. It’s also directly adjacent to Darlinghurst and Darling Point, which are iconic Australian destinations in their own rights.