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For Uber Premium, head to the Limo Pickup area (kerbside); for other ride options, head to the Priority Pickup area.
Once you’ve requested a ride, you’ll receive directions through the app. You can also look for signs at SYD that point to the designated Priority Pickup, Limo Pickup, and general passenger pickup areas.
Your driver’s name, license plate, and car color will show in the app. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Earn Qantas points when you ride with Uber to or from eligible Australian airports using the Qantas app. Terms and conditions apply.
At T1 International Terminal, you can purchase a prepaid SIM card from the Optus store near Exit A or the Vodaphone store near Arrivals A. At T2 Domestic Terminal, you can purchase a prepaid SIM card from the Vodaphone store after security.
Yes, riders can request a ride through the Uber app to and from Sydney Airport.
Uber can get you from:
These are estimated fares. Actual fares vary based on time of day and pickup and dropoff location. Trips originating from Sydney Airport are subject to an airport pickup fee.
Yes, Sydney Airport charges an access fee for Uber pickups, and it’s automatically added to your fare when you request a ride from SYD.
The access fee amount depends on the terminal the trip is requested from and the ride option selected:
Your pickup location at Sydney Airport depends on your terminal and ride option.
At the International or Domestic Terminal, head to Limo Pickup for Uber Premium. For all other ride options, follow the bright green signs to Priority Pickup.
Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD) is the busiest airport in Australia.
The airport is about 30 minutes from Sydney’s CBD, located in Mascot and south of the city center.
Sydney Airport has 3 terminals. Terminal 1 serves international flights, while Terminals 2 and 3 serve domestic flights.
Terminal 1 serves all international airlines. In addition, Terminal 1 hosts the following airline lounges:
Terminal 2 serves all domestic airlines, including:
Terminal 3 is dedicated to serving domestic Qantas Airways flights QF0400-1599.
Sydney Airport features a variety of dining options, duty-free facilities, shops, and leisure areas for passengers.
Foreign currency can be exchanged at Global Exchange kiosks located on Levels 1 and 2 of the International Terminal (T1) or at the Travelex store on Level 2 of the Domestic Terminal (T2).
The Sydney Airport medical center is located on Level 3 of the International Terminal (T1) and offers a range of general medical services for airport visitors. Pharmacies are also located throughout Sydney Airport on Level 2 of the International Terminal (T1) and Level 2 of the Domestic Terminal (T2).
Whether you have a layover or an overnight flight delay, or you need a place to stay for a visit near Sydney Airport, there are multiple hotels and accommodation options nearby.
Find more information about Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport here.