Sunday Fun Day Trains Buses Ferries

On Sunday the public transport has Sunday Fun Day Trains Buses Ferries are all one set fee for the whole day, on GoCard its only $2.60. It used to be $2.50 a few years ago but now its go to $2.60!!!

That is amazing value. We caught so many trains yesterday, and then decided to catch a Ferry for the fun of it…we got off at Circular Quay and headed to Parramatta just for the fun of it!

We went from Central to The Powerhouse Museum, then walked back up to Central Train Station, caught another train to Circular Quay, and on to the Ferry.

All for one set fee of $2.60 for Kyle and for $2.60 for me! That is really great value.

And a perfect way to escape explore Australia.

Sunday Fun Day Trains Buses Ferry

THE OPERA HOUSE IN SYDNEY

Luna Park Sydney

LUNA PARK SYDNEY FROM THE FERRY – HEADING TO PARRAMATTA

Parramatta River

HEADING TO ONE OF THE BRIDGES AT PARRAMATTA

Sunday Fun Day Trains Buses Ferries

THE END OF THE LINE AT PARRAMATTA

When we got to Parramatta we had a 40 minute wait so we decided to run and find a Geocache! Which we did, only just making it back in time for the Ferry to arrive!

Ferries at Parramatta

KYLE AT PARRAMATTA FERRY TERMINAL

Glamping at Cockatoo Island

GLAMPING AT COCKATOO ISLAND

Sunday Sunset Ferries

WATCHING THE SUN SET OVER SYDNEY

Watching the Sunset over Sydney Harbour Bridage

SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE

Sydney Opera House Sunset

SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE AT SUNSET

We loved watching the Sunset over the Harbour.  And we loved that Sunday Fun Day Trains Buses and Ferries are all the same small fee no matter how many times you use it!

It makes it affordable to travel Australia, escape explore and see more of Sydney on a Sunday!

Have You Used The Sunday Fun Day?

We highly recommend it for families who have kids – you get to see more of Australia when you can travel cheaper!

Cheers

Lisa

New Life on the Road

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  • February 2, 2018 at 10:10 pm
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    Wow! That’s a really good value for money, Lisa. It really seems like an excellent way to explore Australia. I will make sure to bear this in mind next time I visit Australia!

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