Darlinghurst Transport

Opal Cards

To use public transport around Sydney, we recommend using an Opal Card. Opal makes getting around on public transport a lot easier and faster, with its tap on and tap off system. You can find an Opal card retailer by visiting their website

Bus Services to Darlinghurst

Buses are a great way to travel around Sydney from Darlinghurst. Regular bus services make travelling to Sydney City or Bondi Beach a breeze. For more information on bus routes, timetables and bus fares, visit Transport NSW.

  • 373/X73 – Coogee – Randwick – Surry Hills – Darlinghurst – City (Circular Quay)
  • 333 – Circular Quay – Darlinghurst – Paddington – Bondi Junction – Bondi Beach
  • 380 – Circular Quay – Darlinghurst – Paddington – Bondi Junction – Bondi Beach – North Bondi
  • 392 – Little Bay – Surry Hills – Darlinghurst – Circular Quay
  • 394 – La Perouse – Surry Hills – Darlinghurst – Circular Quay
  • 396 – Maroubra – Surry Hills – Darlinghurst – Circular Quay
  • 399 – Prince Henry Hospital – Surry Hills – Darlinghurst – Circular Quay
  • 311 – City (Circular Quay) – Woolloomooloo – Potts Point – Kings Cross – Darlinghurst – City (Railway Square)
  • 389 – Circular Quay – Darlinghurst – Paddington – Bondi Junction – North Bondi

Darlinghurst Train Services

Darlinghurst cannot claim its own train station, but it is luckily located within close distance to both the Kings Cross Station (Eastern Suburbs line) and the Museum Station (City Circle line). These stations can be reached by foot, or by the various number of buses servicing the area.

Visit the Sydney Trains website for up to date information on timetables and fares.

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