Located just 80 kilometres south of Sydney, travelling to Wollongong can be as fun and adventurous or as quick and streamlined as you like.
No official airline has been selected for THETA 19. The following fly regularly between Australia’s larger cities and Sydney.
Sydney airport is the main gateway to Wollongong. It boasts international, domestic and general aviation terminals. Sydney Airport is located approximately 1:50 minutes from Wollongong. There are a few options to get to and from Cairns Airport to the city. Please see below for more details.
Fly Corporate regional airlines fly directly into the Illawarra Regional Airport, direct from either Brisbane or Melbourne, flying daily. Details of the new Wollongong, Melbourne and Brisbane services are available at www.flycorporate.com.au.
Illawarra Regional Airport is located at Airport Road off the Princes Highway, Albion Park Rail. Albion Park Rail is a suburb of Shellharbour City, which forms part of the Illawarra Region.
The Airport is located just over 20 minutes south of Wollongong.
Take the Grand Pacific Drive and experience coastal rainforests, quaint seaside villages and the 665 metre Sea Cliff Bridge all on your way into Wollongong.
Alternatively you can jump on the M1 Motorway from Sydney and be here in 80 minutes. You decide!
If travelling from Canberra, the journey is an easy 250 kilometres via the Hume Highway.
Need a hire car? A number of hire car companies operate out of the Sydney Airport. Click here for more information.
Sydney Trains operates a regular timetable to Wollongong from Sydney on its South Coast and Southerns Highlands Lines.
If travelling from the domestic or international airports catch a train on the airport line to Wolli Creek Station. Disembark and board the next South Coast Line train to Wollongong. This journey will take approximately 90 minutes from Wolli Creek Station.
For information on fare and timetables please click here