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Sydney Area Maps

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Network maps

Busways north shore and west network map (pdf 4.0MB)
Sydney’s CBD, North western, northern harbour and riverside suburbs.

Keolis Downer northern beaches and lower north shore network map
Sydney’s CBD, Neutral Bay, Mosman, Willoughby, Manly, Warringah, Pittwater and Palm Beach.

Busways Western Sydney network map (pdf 1.5MB)
Outer-western Sydney services in the Blacktown, Richmond, Mt Druitt and Penrith areas.

CDC NSW network map (North Shore district)
North Shore services in the Frenchs Forest area and Upper North Shore services in the Berowra, Hornsby and Gordon areas.

CDC NSW network map (Hills district)
North-western Sydney services in the Castle Hill, Rouse Hill, Dural and Baulkham Hills areas.

[U-Go Mobility South and South-West network map (pdf 2.7MB)](/document/6592/U-Go Mobility_GSBC10_operator_map_A1.pdf “U-Go Mobility Region 10 bus network map”)
Sutherland Shire, Hurstville, Miranda, Cronulla and Bundeena.

Transit Systems western network map (pdf 3.3MB)
Western and South Western Sydney services in the Parramatta, Bankstown, Fairfield, Holsworthy and Liverpool areas.

Transit Systems inner west network map (pdf 2.2MB)
Sydney’s CBD, Inner Western and southern suburbs.

[Transit Systems south western network map (pdf 2.9MB)](/document/6780/20231008 - TS_R2_network_map.pdf “Liverpool, Leppington, Campbelltown & Camden bus region 2 network map”)
Liverpool, Leppington, Campbelltown and Camden areas.

NightRide maps

NightRide network map (pdf 342KB)
NightRide buses replace most trains between midnight and 04.30am.

Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney Olympic Park (SOP) major event buses run during major events.

Central Coast, Newcastle and Hunter Area Maps

Public Transport networks across wider areas or regions

Network maps

Busways Central Coast network maps (pdf 1.1MB)
Central Coast. Services in the Woy Woy, Gosford, Erina and Wyong areas.

Coastal liner Coaches route maps
Central Coast. Services in the Tuggerah, Wyong and Lake Haven areas.

Hunter Valley Buses - Newcastle and Hunter Valley network map
Hunter Valley. Services in the Maitland and Raymond Terrace areas.

Hunter Valley Buses - West Lake Macquarie and Wallsend network map
Hunter Valley. Services in the Maryland, Edgeworth and Toronto areas.

Newcastle Transport Region Guide
Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. Services in the Newcastle, Mayfield, Kotara, Charlestown and Swansea areas, including the Stockton ferry.

Port Stephens Coaches route maps
Port Stephens. Services in the Port Stephens and Nelson Bay areas.

Red Bus service network maps
Central Coast. Services in the Gosford, Wyong and The Entrance areas.

Rover Coaches route maps
Cessnock. Services in the Kurri Kurri, Maitland and Cessnock areas.

Blue Mountains and Lithgow

Blue Mountains Transit route maps
Services the Upper, Mid and Lower Blue Mountains areas.

Bathurst Buslines route maps
Services operate extensively throughout the Bathurst area, including links to Wallerawang, Portland and Lithgow. Routes 520-526.

Lithgow Buslines route maps
Services operate extensively throughout the Lithgow area, including links to Portland, Wallerawang and Bathurst. Routes 100, 200, 304, 500, 600, 636.

Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Highlands

Dion’s Bus Service route maps
Wollongong. Services operating in the Northern Suburbs.

Premier Charters Buses network map
Wollongong. Services operating in the Helensburgh, Stanwell Park, Thirroul and Corrimal areas.

Nowra Coaches route maps
Services operate throughout the Shoalhaven including Bomaderry, South Nowra, Huskisson, Vincentia and Jervis Bay.

Stuarts Coaches route map
Service operates between Nowra, Myola, Callala Beach, Callala Bay and Currarong.

Picton Buslines network map
Southern Highlands. Services operating in the Picton and Thirlmere areas, and to Camden, Narellan, Bargo and Yanderra.

Berrima Buslines route maps
Southern Highlands. Services operating in the Mittagong, Bowral, Moss Vale and Berrima areas.

Premier Illawarra network map
Illawarra. Services operating in the Shellharbour, Dapto, Port Kembla and Wollongong areas.

Shoal Bus network map
Services in the Shoalhaven area including Ulladulla, Gerringong, Berry, Shoalhaven Heads and Berrara.

Queanbeyan Bus network map
Services in the Queanbeyan area.

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Taxis and water taxis are a convenient way to get around Sydney. Rideshare services also operate in Sydney and include Uber, Ola and Taxify.
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St George Cabs: 13 21 66
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Wheelchair Accessible Taxis (WATS)
Fantasea Yellow Water Taxis: 1800 326 822
Water Taxis Combined: 02 9555 8888
V.I.P Water Taxis: 0418 847 777
Majestic Water Taxi: 0439 625 377

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Foods you must try

Famous food top 5

  1. Vegemite: is a thick, dark brown Australian food spread made from leftover brewers’ yeast extract with various vegetable and spice additives.
  2. Aussie Meat Pies: In Australia and New Zealand, a meat pie is a hand-sized pie containing diced or minced meat and gravy, sometimes with onion, mushrooms, or cheese.
  3. Chicken Parmigiana: Chicken parmigiana (pollo alla parmigiana in Italian!) is known in Australia as Parm, Parma, or Parmi.
  4. Fish and Chips
  5. Chicken Schnitzel: A chicken schnitzel is a thing of beauty. With a golden, crisp crust enclosing tender, lean chicken, it is little wonder that it appears on menus around the world. Known as Katsu in Japan and cottaletta alla Milanese in Italy, here in Australia we call it a ‘schnitty’.

Famous Sweets

  1. Fairy Bread
  2. TimTam
  3. Anzac Biscuits: The Anzac biscuit is a sweet biscuit, popular in Australia and New Zealand, made using rolled oats, flour, sugar, butter, golden syrup, baking soda, boiling water, and desiccated coconut.
  4. Pavlova: Pavlova is a meringue-based dessert. Originating in either Australia or New Zealand in the early 20th century, it was named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. Taking the form of a cake-like circular block of baked meringue, pavlova has a crisp crust and soft, light inside. A soft marshmallow encased in a crisp but delicate meringue shell topped with whipped cream and your favourite assortment of fresh fruit.
  5. Lamingtons: the word can be shortened to lammo or lammie. The Australian Lamingtons are nothing more than vanilla sponge cake squares, dipped in chocolate sauce and coated in desiccated coconut.

Famous Drinks

  1. Flat White: A flat white is a coffee made by pouring steamed milk over a shot of espresso, resulting in a creamy beverage with a strong coffee flavour. Unlike other espresso-based coffee, the flat white is served in a small cup with a thin layer of milk foam on top called “microfoam”.
  2. Aussie has slangs for foods: Barbie=Barbeque, Maccas=McDonalds, Snag=Sausage,

Food trivia

  1. Known as one of the most efficient producers of cattle in the world Australia boasts more livestock than people with some 28.5 million in cattle alone. The value of this for Australia is $12 billion in off farm meat.

Other famous foods

  1. Aussie Beef
  2. Kangaroo Meat
  3. Mashed Potato
  4. Chicken Salt
  5. Avocado on toast
  6. Lamb Chop
  7. Barramundi: Barramundi is a loanword from an Australian Aboriginal language of the Rockhampton area in Queensland meaning “large-scaled river fish”.
    • Grilled Barramundi with Lemon Myrtle
  8. Ocean Trout
  9. Sausage Rolls
  10. Lobster Cocktail