What is the best way to get from Rouse Hill to Sydney CBD?

I'm moving to Rouse Hill (Sanctuary Dr, near the display village) next year. What is the best way to get to the City? I'm basically weighing up:

> catching a public bus
> the Bullet Bus,
> or getting a train from Schofields.
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I use to catch the bullet bus but it got expensive and I couldn't deal with the timetable (hard for me to get out on time). But highly recommend it esp if you are working in the northern end of the CBD.
I then moved to catching the bus (616 and 616X) which was OK. It made my head spin due to the 'new car smell' on the buses. And it took a long time to get in and out of the city. But I didn't have to change modes of transport. The bus is very full if you are catching it from the northern end of the CBD.
I then did the train/bus thing where I'd catch a train from the city to Parramatta and change to a T way bus. That wasn't too bad and more reliable and I managed to pick up some groceries or whatever from Parramatta on the way home.

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M60 610 & 610x are all great methods of travel from Rouse Hill Town Centre

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610x/610/M60 from Rouse Hill Town Center

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Helicopter

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There are plenty of buses which leave Rouse Hill Town Centre and fly down the T-Way. It's quick and easy and drops you off right in the centre of Sydney.

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Get Metro from Rouse Hill and change at Chatswood for any City train.

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Hi would like to know how long does it take from Stanhope gardens, glenwood or parklea To railway square, sydney with t-way and what are the routes? I can't find any information on it online.
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I find the bullet buses stop at inconvenient bus stops and have very limited times returning. So I drive to Schofields (it's been upgraded now, so trains are a little more frequent), then train it to CBD. It takes 20 mins to drive and park at Schofields, then 1 hour on the train. Becareful you don't work late nights in the city because you'll be stuck trying to get a train back to Schofileds! (10.30pm is the last train from Town Hall).

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40 minutes by BulletBus, you can't go wrong! Here's the timetable in case you are wondering just how long it takes:

http://www.bulletbus.com.au/timetable.htm

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2 options:
1. metro to chatswood then switch trains to townhall
2. metro to epping then switch trains to central

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By far the easiest and safest in todays climate is to drive... if you can share the ride with some colleagues that are well, then this is a great option. Take the motorways (M7, M2 depending on the entry point) and take the most direct route or gps navigation to avoid tolls. The earlier you travel the better in most cases. Or check the traffic app prior to your journey to work out the best time and route to the City would be my recommendation. The tolls have a reimbursable component when you are ready for registration of your vehicle. You can get either free or half-price registration through Toll Relief if you: spend a minimum of $780 or more (an average of $15 a week) on NSW toll roads in a financial year – 1 July to 30 June. Drive a NSW privately-registered vehicle that is less than 2794kgs tare (unladen) weight and are a NSW resident.

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Hi, We provide best Sydney bus hire services in Australia.

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