If you plan to travel regularly on one or more mode of transport, a MyMulti ticket could be a cost-effective and practical option.
A MyMulti ticket gives you unlimited travel on trains, buses, and light rail in Sydney, the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast, Hunter and Illawarra areas.
MyMulti tickets can also be used on Sydney Ferries services (MyMulti 2 and MyMulti 3 only) and on the Stockton ferry in Newcastle.
- Types of MyMulti tickets
- Buses that accept MyMulti tickets
- Where to buy
- Terms and conditions
Types of tickets
The MyMulti ticket you need to buy is determined by the distance you plan to travel on a train. Choose between a MyMulti1, MyMulti2 or MyMulti3.
A MyMulti DayPass is also available.
A MyMulti1 provides unlimited travel on buses in Sydney, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast, Hunter and Illawarra areas, light rail, the Stockton ferry in Newcastle and on Sydney Trains services in the area bounded by Bondi Junction, Chatswood, Croydon, Canterbury, Bardwell Park and Rockdale.
A MyMulti2 provides unlimited travel on buses in Sydney, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast, Hunter and Illawarra areas, Sydney Ferries (up to 9km) on routes F2-F7, the Stockton ferry in Newcastle, light rail and Sydney Trains services in the area bounded by Hornsby, Carlingford, Seven Hills, Liverpool, Holsworthy, Engadine and Caringbah.
A MyMulti3 provides unlimited travel on buses in Sydney, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast, Hunter and Illawarra areas, Sydney Ferries routes F1-F7, the Stockton ferry in Newcastle, light rail and across the entire Sydney and NSW TrainLink Intercity train network.
Buses that accept MyMulti tickets
Your MyMulti ticket can be used on all buses in the Sydney metropolitan and outer metropolitan areas. The MyMulti3 ticket and the MyMulti DayPass also allow unlimited travel on Private buses that connect with the train network.
For a list of operators that accept your MyMulti ticket, see which bus operator accepts your pass.
MyMulti tickets cannot be used on some event buses, charter services, the Manly fast ferries and other private ferry services, or NSW TrainLink Regional trains and coaches. It doesn’t include the Airport Link Gate Pass (station access fee).
|Adult DayPass ($24.00)||-||-||-|
|Concession DayPass ($12.00)||-||-||-|
|7 day (weekly) - Adult||$48.00||$56.00||$65.00|
|7 day (weekly) - Concession||$24.00||$28.00||$32.50|
Concessions are available on the MyMulti 7 day and MyMulti DayPasses for children aged 4 to 15 inclusive, students and pensioners and other concession cardholders. Children aged 3 and under travel free.
To see where you can travel with a MyMulti ticket download the MyMulti Travel map.
Where to buy MyMulti tickets
- MyMulti weekly tickets are available from train station ticket offices, Transport Shops, Sydney Ferries ticket offices, and ticket outlets (including many newsagencies and convenience stores). See Where to buy tickets.
- Tickets purchased from train stations and ferry wharves commence their validity period immediately.
- Tickets purchased from Transport Shops and ticket outlets commence their validity period when they are first used for travel.
- MyMulti tickets cannot be purchased on light rail services.
Terms and conditions
Find out more about MyMulti ticket terms and conditions.