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not so bad

by web-administrator (September, 2016)


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(Guest Review) Some people said that if you take a domestic transfer, you can not stay in the overnight area in terminal 1. But that's not true. I arrived at terminal 1 at 10pm, with a flight to Brisbane in terminal 3 at 6am the next morning. The guard checked my passport and ticket and allow me at the overnight area with no doubt.

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wear your ear plugs.

by web-administrator (May, 2016)


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(Guest review) I entered Sydney via an international flight and was hit by a wall of noise. Since I am susceptible to migraines the noise hit like a bang on the head. I began looking for a quiet place to be. I asked at information one of the clubs and other workers where a quiet place was or a prayer room, anything to get out of the noise. Everyone told me, rather rudely, there was no quiet place and no prayer room. Who ever designed the international terminal did not account for the noise of people. Besides the noise I found the eating area very dirty with my feet sticking to the floor. Seriously trying to not end up at that airport again.

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Sydney Airport Review

by web-administrator (January, 2016)


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(Guest Review) Sydney Airport Intnernational arrivals is an embarrassment as a supposed world-class city. It's old, tired, over-crowded, under-manned, hot, noisy; staff, especially customs and immigration, are unfriendly. Often lengthy walks from arrival gates to customs/immigration. I dislike immensely the tacky duty free you have to walk through. The arrivals area for persons waiting for passengers is also too small, frequently overcrowded (dangersously so) and noisy. Car parking costs are outrageous.

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New Years Eve at Sydney's Kingsford Smith international airport.

by web-administrator (December, 2015)


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(Guest Review by Sue Grayson) I had a wonderful new years eve sleeping in the international airport at Kingsford Smith in Sydney. The other sleepover passengers were great fun, with good conversation and hilarous stories, especially the two delightful ladies sitting with me. My lounge chair was more comfortable than some beds i've ever slept in, and my tablet was on free charge right next to me. Wifi is free, computers are free, and hot showers are free ! What luxury - a hot shower ! The highlight of the night was when a very lovely female security guard gave out whistles and party poppers just before midnight, and wished us all a Happy New Year ! We sleepover passengers had a great time, blowing our whistles and popping our party poppers and cheering in the New Year ! Thank you for a wonderful New Years Eve, security staff of Kingsford Smith International Airport ! :)

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Its OK

by web-administrator (December, 2015)


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(Guest Review) I slept at the airport more than 10 years ago and we were locked in with passport and ticket checks and security around. This time was very surprised that there was no checking anyone, no locking in, people sleeping everywhere. Not sure if this is the usual procedure now as I heard a cleaner complaining about the scattered bodies. It was busy and noisy and uncomfortable and most made use of the free wi-fi. It is satisfactory for a very early flight.

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