Fairfield City is 32km south-west of the Sydney Central Business District (CBD) – about one hour's travel time. The City is easily accessible by road, rail and bus services.
Allow at least one hour if driving from Sydney's CBD.
- Take the M5 and exit at the Hume Highway, Liverpool. Turn right onto the Hume Highway, then left onto the Cumberland Highway to your destination. You can also take the Hume Highway from the CBD.
- Take the M4 and exit at South Wentworthville for the Cumberland Highway.
- From Penrith or Parramatta, drive south along the Cumberland Highway to Fairfield City.
- The Westlink M7 also provide access to Fairfield City.
There are rail services to Fairfield City on the Bankstown, Inner West, Cumberland and South lines.
Alight at Cabramatta, Canley Vale, Fairfield, Yennora, Carramar or Villawood train stations.
Cabramatta train station is a transport interchange between CityRail services. Check times and connections with CityRail or on the Transport Infoline website or phone the Transport Infoline on 131 500.
The T-way system provides a fast, efficient bus connection between Liverpool and Parramatta, via Fairfield City.
There are a number of stops between Bonnyrigg and Smithfield.
For timetable and fare details visit www.t-way.nsw.gov.au or phone the Transport Infoline on 131 500.
Private buses also operate within the City to connect people with education, jobs, recreation, shopping and health services.