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Many executives and business owners enjoy flying in and out from our local airport for business as they avoid getting stuck in the stressful Sydney traffic wondering whether they will make their flight! The airport is only 20 mins by car from the Wollongong CBD, has on-site and affordable parking and is also accessible via the local train and bus network.
The Airport is set to grow and expand, with the State government recently granting $16 million to provide a new terminal building and Aviation Business Park as well as upgrades to the security, taxiways and apron at the airport.
Australia’s busiest – with over 40 million annual passengers – and most connected airport, Sydney Airport is only 1 hour away from Wollongong.
Sydney airport has daily flights to many Australian cities such as Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Perth and Darwin. It also has daily flights to the major global business hubs including New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Shanghai, London, Los Angeles, Dubai and Singapore. This is also the go-to airport for those who live in Wollongong who want to take the family away on a holiday.
The Sydney airport is also very accessible, with train services leaving you right at the international and domestic terminals (it is the envy of Melbournians).
Taxis, Shuttles and peer-to-peer ride-sharing businesses such as Uber and Ola also service the Sydney Airport.Contact us
The design and walking paths dotted close to and in the Wollongong CBD make walking to many of the popular locations in Wollongong easy. Whether it be restaurants, bars, WIN Stadium, Stuart Park, the Wollongong Foreshore, the Arts Precinct, Wollongong Train Station, the Blue Mile or our CBD shopping precinct – you will find it a pleasurable walk around the Wollongong CBD.
Getting around by bus can take away the stress of driving and there are a number of route services in Wollongong that are provided by local bus companies along with school/charter services. Wollongong railway station serves as the network’s hub and bus services also connect Wollongong suburbs to Shellharbour, Lake Illawarra and the Royal National Park.
Best of all, there is a free Shuttle Bus service that connects Wollongong’s CBD, The University of Wollongong and the suburbs of North Wollongong, Fairy Meadow and Gwynneville.