My Husband and I usually take the train in going to and from the airport. Sydney trains are luggage-friendly to travelers and if you are coming from the suburbs, it will cost less compared to taking a taxi. There is also a way to check out train schedules so you can be better prepared at traveling.
A train station is directly connected to Domestic and International Airport. For our travel last week to Melbourne, we got off at Domestic Airport Train Station. As we got off the train, we just rode a few escalators up and found ourselves in the check-in area of the Domestic Airport. After we checked-in our luggage and had the final security check, we enter the T2 Domestic Terminal. The first things you will see are shops!
There's the food court for those wanting to have a meal before their flight.
You can find computerized information kiosks if you're wanting to find your way around the area.
More shops. Notice lots of space in this airport. A lot of travelers notice how clean this city is. Seeing how they maintain Sydney Airport, their impression probably starts here.
As we walk to our respective gate.
This is just a domestic airport but they invested on mini-walkalators.
Waiting areas' floors are carpeted. When there aren't enough seats for waiting passengers, some of them just sit on the floor.
For more information about Sydney Airport, please check http://www.sydneyairport.com.au/Sacl/
All photos taken by iPhone 4.