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To add to other answers - you can also get a taxi between the two terminals BUT the taxi drivers on the 'taxi rank' may be unwilling to make the short lowish-price (not low) trip between terminals as they lose their place in the queue. So standing at the main entrance and acquiring a taxi from an arriving passenger is probably easiest. Overall, Sydney ...


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Sydney Airport, as noted, has its domestic and international terminals quite a distance apart. As such you'll need to get a bus or train between them. Your best bet is to check with the Virgin transfer desk upon arrival and explain your situation. If all goes well, you'll be able to use their courtesy coach. However their website claims it's for use of ...


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From Virgin Australia's Connecting Flights page, Domestic Check-in Connecting through Sydney When you check in at a domestic port, your bags will be checked through to your final destination. You will receive a transfer wallet, which contains a map of the transfer port and a bus pass to use in Sydney. Upon arriving in Sydney, make your way to the ...


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It CAN be possible, but when it comes down to it, it's going to be up to you to decide whether or not to take the risk. I've flown from Christchurch to Sydney twice in the past three weeks (wedding season). Both times I went from on the tarmac in the plane, to on the train going into the city in under 20 minutes (last time was closer to 10 minutes!). Now ...



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