Sydney Domestic Airport is comprised of Terminals 2 & 3 (T2 & T3). These service regional flights destined for smaller airports around Australia.
Airlines that fly to the terminals include Qantas, Jetstar, Tiger, Aeropelican, Rex and Virgin.
Terminals 2 & 3 are much smaller than the International Terminal:
Sydney Domestic Airport terminal transfers and transport options to and from the city include taxi, car hire, private shuttle, train, and bus services.
Everything a domestic traveller may need is located at the terminals:
T2 and T3 are separated by an access road loop, with a car park in the centre.
A free 10 minute pickup/drop off car park is available on ground level (adjacent to short term car park). If you need more time, parking is available in the short term area.
To transfer between Sydney Domestic Airport terminals bus and rail options are available.
If travelling by Qantas or Virgin their Seamless Transfer option may be available to you (please check with your airline).
Sydney Airport transport options to and from the city include taxis, car hire, private shuttles, train and bus services.
The train station is located beneath terminals 2 & 3, and is well sign-posted.
The Sydney taxi rank for these terminals is easy to find. Only hail a taxi from this designated area.
Before flying on an Australian domestic aircraft ensure any sharp objects are stored in checked luggage before flying.
Security screening will not allow any liquids, aerosols or gels over 100ml in any hand luggage. Larger volumes must be stowed in checked baggage.
Exceptions to this rule are goods purchased from shops past security screening.
Terminal 2 is a busy domestic airline hub.
There are three levels at terminal 2:
ATM/cash machines are available throughout the terminal.
Travelex bureau de change and worldwide money services are available past security on the departures concourse (5am – 11pm, open everyday).
ANZ banking services and bureau de change are located in the International Terminal 1.
will find better exchange rates by changing money outside Sydney Airport, as airport exchange rates are rarely the best.
Qantas flights QF400-QF1599 operate from Terminal 3.
The terminal can feel like a country airport when there are no flights departing or arriving, with no one other than the check in staff hanging about.
The departure concourse is on level one. Manned check-in desks and self service check-in services are available.
There is a replica of a Qantas ARVO 504k biplane on display on the departure concourse. It celebrates the proud beginnings of Qantas aviation.
An historical aviation museum is accessible from the departure concourse (9.30am - 4.30pm, open Monday to Friday).
Some food and beverage shops are located in the terminal.
Free WiFi is available throughout Terminal 2.
Internet kiosks are available before and after security check.
Shops including a newsagent and convenience store are available on the departure concourse and in the arrivals hall.
Toilets, disabled toilets and parent’s rooms are available throughout the terminal.
A cafe is available for drinks and snacks on the departure concourse.
A post box also located on the departure concourse.
Baggage Storage Smartecarte – For baggage storage, bag weighing, visa application, printing, copying and faxing. Located near carousel 6 in arrivals (5.30am – 9pm, open everyday).
Food and beverage shops: A range of cafes, restaurants, bars and fast food is available.
Fashion and accessory stores: Both Australian and worldwide brand stores.
Massage services are offered by Samskara Massage (after customs near gate 33, 7am – 9pm, open everyday).
The location of airline lounges is as follows:
Lost Property – Contact for lost or found property. Located next to gate 54 (6am – 10pm, open everyday).
Sydney domestic airport pharmacy - Guardian Pharmacy is located near gate 32 (6am – 9pm, open everyday).
Mobile phone services are offered by Vodaphone (6am – 10pm, open everyday).