There are 4 ways to get from Castle Hill to St Ives by bus, taxi, car or towncar
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Line 619 bus, line 197 bus • 1 h 21 min
$4 - $7
3 alternative options
Taxi • 22 min
$45 - $55
Drive • 22 min
$1 - $3
Uber • 22 min
$30 - $40
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Castle Hill to St Ives is to drive which costs $2 - $4 and takes 22 min.
The quickest way to get from Castle Hill to St Ives is to taxi which costs $65 - $80 and takes 22 min.
No, there is no direct bus from Castle Hill to St Ives. However, there are services departing from Old Northern Rd After Cecil Av and arriving at Mona Vale Rd At Douglas St via Macquarie University Station, Waterloo Rd, Stand C. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1 h 21 min.
The distance between Castle Hill and St Ives is 16 km. The road distance is 20.5 km.
The best way to get from Castle Hill to St Ives without a car is to line 619 bus and line 197 bus which takes 1 h 21 min and costs $6 - $10.
It takes approximately 1 h 21 min to get from Castle Hill to St Ives, including transfers.
Castle Hill to St Ives bus services, operated by Hillsbus, depart from Old Northern Rd After Cecil Av station.
Castle Hill to St Ives bus services, operated by Forest Coach Lines, arrive at Mona Vale Rd At Douglas St station.
Yes, the driving distance between Castle Hill to St Ives is 21 km. It takes approximately 22 min to drive from Castle Hill to St Ives.
There are 2177+ hotels available in St Ives. Prices start at $84 USD per night.
What companies run services between Castle Hill, NSW, Australia and St Ives, NSW, Australia?
You can take a bus from Castle Hill to St Ives via Macquarie University Station, Waterloo Rd, Stand C in around 1 h 21 min.
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