Paddington by Bus
Getting to Paddington by Bus is easy with Sydney’s Bus Network. Visit Transport NSW to plan your trip.
Make sure you have an Opal Card or a valid ticket before you get on board on one of these buses; to get more info about Opal Card and tickets please check here.
For Lower, Upper or Middle Oxford Street, The Intersection or William Street
440 Rozelle to Bronte
333 Circular Quay to Bondi
M40 Chatswood to Bondi Junction
For Five Ways
389 Pyrmont to Bondi Junction
Paddington by Train
The closest train stations to Paddington are Central, Museum and Bondi Junction.
Museum: Exit the station at the Elizabeth Street Exit on the Hyde Park Side. Take any of the Paddington buses up Oxford Street.
Central Station: Exit the station at Eddy Avenue and proceed to Stand C. Take the 440 bus up Oxford Street.
Bondi Junction: Exit the station at Grafton Street and proceed to Grafton Street, Stand R. From here, take the 333 bus to Oxford Street.
Paddington by Car
Parking in the inner city is never easy and we’d like to encourage public transport in the interests of the environment. Most car spots in Paddington are on the street and specified for one to two hours. Along Oxford Street heading east parking is metered and you’ll find free 15 minute parking (don’t forget to take a docket). Be mindful of the afternoon clearway between 4pm and 7pm. Heading toward the city there are unlimited and 2 hour parking spots. The clearway here is from 7am to 10am. Paid parking is available in the parking station under Romeo’s IGA every day except Saturday - enter from Newcombe Street.
Paddington by Big Red Bus
A Sydney Big Red Bus tour is one of the best ways to see Sydney’s best sites. The Big Red Bus stops at Paddington Town Hall (Stop 28) - a great place to start your Paddington day out!
Paddington by Lime Bike
Getting around Paddington is easy by Lime Bike. Lime Bikes are a dock free bike hire service with many bikes located in Paddington. For more information visit their website or download their app.