Exploring Sydney from Bet's B&B
Travelling to or from the city takes 15 minutes…

By Bus…
The bus stop, corner Johnston and Booth streets, is a five-minute walk from Bet's B&B. Buses run every 15 minutes.

• 470 bus to central Sydney
The 470 bus takes you through downtown Broadway with its university belt, shopping and cinema centre, past Central Railway Station through to Chinatown, Darling Harbour and the city's financial, business and shopping hub. It terminates at Circular Quay where it is an easy walk to Sydney's historic Rocks district, the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Botanic Gardens and the Circular Quay ferry terminal where you can catch any one of the many harbour cruises or take a ferry to Manly, Taronga Park Zoo, Watson's Bay and other harbourside locations.

• 370 bus to Coogee Beach
The 370 bus takes you to the Pacific Ocean beach suburb of Coogee. It passes through the restaurant and shopping centre of Glebe, past the University of Sydney, the diverse cuisine and style-setting shops of Newtown, the factory retail outlets of Alexandria and Zetland, and the Randwick racecourse.

Shopping in Newtown Coogee Beach
Newtown Coogee Beach

By Light Rail to Sydney…
The Light Rail station at Rozelle Bay is a 10-minute walk from Bet's B&B. Trains run every 10 minutes.
Transport

Along its route, the two-carriage train stops at Sydney's lively Fish Market (enjoy an outdoor lunch of freshly-cooked seafood), the Star City Casino, Darling Harbour (home to the Sydney Aquarium, Maritime Museum, Chinese Gardens, the Convention and Exhibition centres, and dozens of shops and restaurants), Chinatown and the Sydney Entertainment Centre. The Light Rail terminates at Central Railway Station. The nearby Monorail loops through downtown Sydney and back to Darling Harbour.
Darling Harbour Monorail

Darling Harbour

Newtown

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