Bus | Train | Monorail | Ferry | Taxi | Car
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The closest train station to Darling Park is TOWN HALL. Take a train to Town Hall station and find either the Darling Harbour or Druitt Street Exits and walk down Druitt Street towards Darling Harbour. Salesforce.com is located in the Rabo Bank Tower at the top of the ramp as you cross Sussex Street.
The Airport Link is a train service from both Sydney international and domestic airports and goes through the City Circle stops, ending at Town Hall station. The trip from the airport to Town Hall takes approximately 25 mins and costs approximately $16.20 each way.
It is the easiest way to get to and from the airports.
BY LIGHT RAIL AND MONORAIL
Catch the light rail (aka tram) to the Pyrmont Bay stop and wander towards the city across Pyrmont Bridge. The Sydney Monorail is a ‘city loop’ service around the city and Darling Harbour, catch the monorail to the Darling Park Station from Darling Harbour or the city.
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Daring Harbour and Darling Park are also accessible by Sydney’s Ferry service from either Circular Quay or Manly. It can be a very pleasant way to visit the office.
Several companies provide ferry services including:
These are Sydney’s regular public transport ferries and prices vary based on destination.
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The Matilda Rocket runs a regular service between Circular Quay and the docks at Sydney Aquarium.
Prices as at 16 September 2012 are $6.50 for a single trip
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Manly Fast Ferry
The Manly Fast Ferry runs a regular service between Manly Pier and the Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbour.
Prices are $14.50 for a single.
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Ask to be dropped at Darling Park on Sussex Street. An approximate fare from Sydney city to the Airport is $50 plus any bridge or road tolls on top of the fare (This fare is based on non-peak traffic conditions).
There is a taxi rank located outside Star Court (Sussex Street) and is the easiest way of getting a taxi. It is acceptable in Sydney to flag down an empty taxi on the street. If you want to book a taxi for a particular trip here is a list of taxi services available.
Phone: 131 451
Premier Cabs – Airport Taxi Service
Phone: 13 10 17
St George Cabs
Phone: 132 166
Silver Service Fleet
Phone: 133 100
RSL Ex-Servicemen’s Cabs & Co-Op Members Ltd
Phone: +61 2 9581 1111
Taxis Combined Services Phone: 133 300
Sydney’s streets are often very congested and times to destinations can be very unreliable.
Only drive into the city if you really have a need. If you do drive in then remember that Sussex Street is a one way street heading south so you will need to join it north of Druitt Street (via Market St, King Street etc.).
Head south on Sussex Street and park at the Darling Park Car Park. This is on the right hand side of Sussex Street just past Market Street.
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