Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney, is located in the historic Rocks district. The hotel is close to Sydney’s numerous transit options, including rail, bus and ferries which all lie within a short walk from the hotel.
Opal Card is an easy, convenient way of paying for your travel on transport
services including trains, ferries, buses and light rail.
Instead of buying a paper ticket, you
load value onto your Opal Card via a range of convenient options.
Opal Card is introducing a new era of convenience and provides the following
- Take eight (8) paid journeys from Monday to
Sunday and enjoy free travel for the rest of the week
- Sunday AUD 2.50 travel cap - travel as much as
you want as an Opal customer from 4am, Sunday to 3.59am, Monday
- A 30% off-peak discount via the external
website on full-price Opal fares applies to all train journeys taken:
- On weekends (up to AUD 2.50 cap on
- On public holidays
- Before or after weekday mornings and
For more information
on the Opal Card, click here or call 13 67 25 (13 OPAL).
Taxis are available 24 hours, but higher rates apply between 10pm and 6am. Taxis can be booked in advance by calling any one of several taxi networks.
Please enquire with the hotel staff for assistance.
The State Transit Authority operates Ferries from Circular Quay to Manly, Darling Harbour, Eastern suburbs, North Shore and Taronga Zoo. River Cats also operate from Parramatta and Homebush Bay to Circular Quay.
Timetables are available by calling 131 500 or visiting http://www.131500.com.au/.
Sydney's newest transport system travels from the city to Sydney's inner west including the Sydney Fish Markets, Darling Harbour and Star City.
The State Government-owned State Transit Authority operates Sydney Buses and Newcastle Bus Services. Timetables are available by calling 131 500 or visiting http://www.131500.com.au/. Please note the majority of buses are pre-paid only; ticket stands are located in the main station areas.
There are also numerous private bus companies providing services throughout New South Wales. Tourist buses such as Sydney Explorer and Bondi Explorer operate hop on / hop off services with commentary and guidebooks.