Wollongong’s public transport network includes buses and Sydney Trains.
Buses and trains across Wollongong accept Opal Cards. To find out more or get an Opal Card, visit the Opal website.
Wollongong is part of the Sydney Trains network. Trains are a great way to get around locally, or between Wollongong and Sydney, including Sydney airport.
For more information, visit the Sydney Trains website.
The free Gong Shuttle Bus (55A and 55C) links the centre of Wollongong with the railway station, the hospital, TAFE and University campuses, and beaches.
The Gong Shuttle runs every 10 to 20 minutes.
You can find information about local bus routes on the Transport for NSW website.
Bus companies that service our area are:
Changes to the Gong Shuttle Bus route
- The 55C will no longer travel west on Smith Street. Instead it will continue south along Harbour Street then west along Market Street. It will then turn south onto Corrimal Street and continue its usual route.
- The bus stop for the 55C and the 65 bus services currently on the east side of Corrimal Street, between Smith Street and Market Street, will be moved about 120 metres south on Corrimal Street, between Market Street and 115 Corrimal Street.
- Some on-road parking will be shifted to make room for the new bus stop location and ensure no overall loss of parking:
- 4-5 car spaces will be removed from Corrimal Street between Market and Crown streets
- 4-5 car spaces will be installed on Corrimal Street between Smith and Market streets.
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