We took the bus to the beach. I recommend not to get a day pass however, because the bus was full to return and the next bus didn't come for an hour. We ended up just using Uber to return. If there's more than two of you, it's just as cheap to use Uber.
We stayed in Sydney for 3 nights. What a lovely city with so much to do. We took a cheap bus tour (3 hours) and it was great. Did lots of walking. Took the train to the Blue Mountains (I don't think we would do that again). We really appreciated having an Opal card for all the public transportation. The maximum rate per day is $15. That's for anywhere in New South Wales.
5 out of 5
Very smooth. We did customs on the ship a couple days prior to disembarking.
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