There are four major taxi ranks in the city: on George Street, outside the Regent Hotel at The Rocks; on Park Street opposite Town Hall; at the Pitt Street entrance to Central Station; and outside the David Jones department store on Market Street.
Vacant taxis will advertise their availability by illuminating their rooftop light, and can be hailed provided they have an opportunity to pull over safely.
Sydney taxis have a reputation for being difficult to find around their usual shift change-over time of 3am, so keep this in mind if you're planning a night out.
Taxis Combined Services is the largest taxi network in Australia, boasting more than 2,500 vehicles servicing the Sydney metropolitan area.
Vehicles include standard sedans, station wagons and maxi taxis that seat up to 11 passengers.
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Silver Service provides Sydney's largest fleet of modern, luxury taxis for the discerning passenger. Travel in style with Silver Service for the same price as a standard taxi, and appreciate the difference.
Explore Sydney harbour with H20, Sydney's biggest and most affordable water taxi service. H20's experienced and friendly taxi crew will take you across Sydney Harbour to the finest restaurants and attractions, in their modern, first-class watercraft.
H20 water taxis operate from Birkenhead Point at the centre of Sydney's waterways.
Water Taxis Combined has been the leading supplier of taxi services and water limousines on Sydney Harbour for more than a decade.
Whether you wish to tour the local icons, like the Opera House or Harbour Bridge, or visit attractions such as The Rocks, Luna Park, Manly Beach, or the Royal Botanical Gardens, Water Taxis Combined can arrange fun, fuss-free transport.