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There are concession fares and tickets for genuine students on their way to classes, and for pensioners. As a tourist, don’t bother with these, as the ticket inspectors are very strict on concessions – you might as well have no ticket at all. There is definitely no concession for that dreadful “International Student” card, and no concessions of any sort for overseas “pensioner” or “retired” travellers.

Travelling from Bondi to the City

Locals can spot tourists on the trains. At Bondi Junction most trains reverse direction but the tourists don’t turn their seats over to face the new direction of travel.

City to the Beach by Bike

Town Hall: A rabbit warren of a place with six platforms and countless steps and escalators. It’s like a full-size three-dimensional game of snakes and ladders.

How to get to bondi from cbd

Getting to Bondi Beach is easy:

By bus: all buses from Bondi Beach go to Bondi Junction Interchange. The 333 is the only bus that continues to the City and travels through Paddington, Darlinghurst and Surry Hills. It is possible to catch other buses from Bondi Junction that take alternative routes to the City or even across the Harbour Bridge from Bondi Junction Interchange. Use the Transport for NSW Trip Planner or look at the bus route map (PDF).

This map prepared by the local Council’s shows recommended cycling routes through the Eastern Suburbs. It also features 5 specific local trips suitable for family outings or fitness training with detailed ride descriptions: