Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Local Bus Timetables for Sculptures By The Sea


Utilising the local bus timetable is the easiest way to travel to Sculptures By The Sea. There are multiple bus routes that accommodate visitors travelling from all across Sydney wanting to experience the captivating art exhibition.

Below is a list of the most convenient bus timetables if you are planning to visit Sculpture By The Sea. If these buses do not suit your travel needs, you can always call Transport Info 131500.

• Route 380 – Circular Quay to Bondi Beach via Bondi Junction
• Route 381 – Bondi Junction to Bondi Beach
• Route 333 – Circular Quay to Bondi Beach via Bondi Junction
• Route 361 – Bondi Junction to Tamarama and South Bondi
• Route 362 – Coogee to Bondi Beach via Bronte and Tamarama

Visitors are lucky this year because Sydney transport officials have organised extra buses for Sculptures By The Sea 2012. This will cut down on the inevitable congestion passengers normally have to endure this time of year. The additional buses will commence operation on October 18.

Don't forget to purchase bus tickets at your local newsagent before you board the bus on weekdays between 7am and 7pm because during those times buses are strictly prepay only. If you plan to visit Sculpture By the Sea situated along the famous Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk more than once during its three week term, then be sure to pick up a travel 10 pass. This type of pass allows you 10 bus rides charged at a cheaper rate than if you were to buy one bus ride at a time. These passes are great for students, backpackers, and frequent travellers.

It is certainly worth the trek to Bondi Sculptures By The Sea using your local bus timetables because it is an event not to miss. Art aficionados covet this much anticipated exhibition each and every year. If it weren't for Sydney's public transportation, a number of people would not get to enjoy such a riveting sight.

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  1. Well, it all should be according to the convenience of the public that it exactly meant for.

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