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From Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards 32 min
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Train - T1
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From Ashfield Mall, Ashfield 37 min
Train - T2
Train - T4

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What are the nearest stations to Sydney?

  • The nearest stations to Sydney are:
    • Elizabeth St Near Martin Pl is 69 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Martin Place Station Elizabeth St Stand D is 69 meters away, 1 min walk
    • Castlereagh St After Martin Pl is 79 meters away, 2 min walk
    • Martin Place Station Elizabeth St Stand C is 108 meters away, 2 min walk

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Closest stations to Sydney in Sydney

Bus stations closest to Sydney in Sydney
Bus
Elizabeth St Near Martin Pl
1 min walk
Bus
Martin Place Station Elizabeth St Stand C
2 min walk
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