SCHEDULED TRANSFERS TO AND FROM SYDNEY*

Sunday Arrival Details

If you would like to use our shuttle transfer service from Sydney to Elysia, we offer 2 pickup locations.

Sydney Airport – please arrange your flight to land no later than 9.00am at Sydney Domestic Airport Terminal Three. Meeting point will be at the Qantas arrivals area. The bus will depart at 9.30am sharp.

Chatswood Train Station – Bus will meet curb side at Railway Street Bus Stop departing at 10.15am sharp.

Friday & Sunday Departure Details

Our shuttle transfer service will depart Elysia at 12.30pm, arriving into Chatswood Train Station at 3.30pm and Sydney Domestic Airport (Terminal 3) at 4.30pm. Please ensure you allow some additional time for flight check in with your carrier.

SCHEDULED TRANSFERS TO AND FROM NEWCASTLE AIRPORT*

Sunday Arrivals:

Please check shuttle times with reception on 61 2 4993 8500 prior to booking your flight.

Friday and Sunday Departures:

Our transfer service departs Elysia at 11.45am and have you arriving at Newcastle Airport at 1.00pm.

*Subject to change, please confirm the shuttle availability with reception.

Transfer Rates

Scheduled transfers are complimentary for guests staying on the 7 day Health Enhancement Program. Guests staying for the 5 day Optimal Wellness Program can utilise the shuttle transfers at a cost of $75 per person, one way from Sydney Domestic Airport or Chatswood or $50 per person, one way from Newcastle.

·         Transfers depart on set days and set times. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure times specified above

·         Transfers depart on Fridays and Sundays only from the locations specified above

·         When flying out of Sydney or Newcastle to return home, please ensure you allow an additional hour to the time requirements of your airline, as traffic and weather may affect the arrival time back to Sydney Airport from Elysia

·         It is our priority to ensure that your transfer departs at the times specific above however traffic and weather may sometimes cause delays beyond our control

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