There are 5 ways to get from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman by ferry, bus, taxi, towncar or foot

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Recommended option

Ferry  •  20 min

  1. Take the ferry from Circular Quay, Wharf 4 to Mosman Bay Wharf F2 Taronga Zoo / ...

$3 - $7

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Bus  •  23 min

  1. Take the bus from Wynyard Station, Clarence St, Stand T to Bradleys Head Rd At Thompson St 247 / ...

$2 - $3

3 alternative options

Taxi  •  9 min

  1. Take a taxi from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman 5.3 miles

$20 - $25

Uber  •  9 min

  1. Take an Uber from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman 5.3 miles

$16 - $21

Walk  •  40 min

  1. Walk from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman 3.2 miles

Questions & Answers

Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Wynyard Station, Clarence St, Stand T station and arriving at Bradleys Head Rd At Thompson St. Services depart every 20 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 23 min.

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Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from Circular Quay, Wharf 4 and arriving at Mosman Bay Wharf. Services depart every 30 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 20 min.

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The distance between Sydney Central Business District and Mosman is 4 km.

The best way to get from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman without a car is to ferry which takes 20 min and costs .

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The ferry from Circular Quay, Wharf 4 to Mosman Bay Wharf takes 20 min including transfers and departs every 30 minutes.

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Sydney Central Business District to Mosman bus services, operated by Transport NSW, arrive at Wynyard Station, Clarence St, Stand T.

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Sydney Central Business District to Mosman bus services, operated by Transport NSW, arrive at Bradleys Head Rd At Thompson St station.

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There are 1980+ hotels available in Mosman. Prices start at $80 USD per night.

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Map of how to get from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman.
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  • Distance: 2.6 miles
  • Duration: 20 min

What companies run services between Sydney Central Business District, NSW, Australia and Mosman, NSW, Australia?

Transport NSW operates a bus from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman every 20 minutes. Tickets cost $2 - $3 and the journey takes 23 min.

Bus operators
Transport NSW
Phone
131 500
Website
transportnsw.info
Bus from Wynyard Station, Clarence St, Stand T to Bradleys Head Rd At Thompson St
Ave. Duration
23 min
Frequency
Every 20 minutes
Estimated price
$2 - $3
Schedules at
tp.transportnsw.info
Ferry operators
Sydney Ferries
Website
sydneytrains.info
Ferry from Circular Quay, Wharf 4 to Mosman Bay Wharf
Ave. Duration
20 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
$3 - $5
Schedules at
tp.transportnsw.info
Captain Cook Cruises
Website
captaincook.com.au
Ferry from Circular Quay, Wharf 6 to Taronga Zoo Wharf
Ave. Duration
35 min
Frequency
Every 3 hours
Estimated price
$4 - $7
Schedules at
captaincook.com.au
Other operators
Uber Sydney
Website
uber.com
Towncar from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman
Ave. Duration
9 min
Frequency
On demand
Estimated price
$16 - $21
Signup at
uber.com
Assist
$16 - $21
UberX
$16 - $21
Select
$23 - $30
UberXL
$24 - $30
Taxi
$28 - $40
Black
$35 - $45
Black SUV
$50 - $65
Lux
$50 - $65
Taxi from Sydney Central Business District to Mosman
Ave. Duration
9 min
Estimated price
$20 - $25
Silver Service
Phone
+61 13 31 00
Website
silverservice.com.au
Premier Cabs
Phone
+61 13 10 17
Website
premiercabs.com.au

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