Getting to and around Penrith
- Written by Adam Gatt Penrith City Council (02) 4732 7777 (02) 4732 7958 firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au 601 High St Penrith NSW 2750 Australia
Planning a trip to Penrith to enjoy some of the exciting things to do, delicious places to eat or luxurious places to stay? This guide will help.
Getting to Penrith
Use the M4 Motorway and take either the Northern Road exit or the Mulgoa Road exit to get to Penrith; the Mamre Road exit to get to St Marys; or the Russell Street exit to get to Emu Plains.
FROM THE SOUTH
From the South Western Freeway/Hume Highway take the Penrith exit, follow the Route 9 signs along Northern Road to Penrith, or continue past the Northern Road exit and take the M7 Tollway (e-Toll only*) to the M4.
FROM THE NORTH
From the Sydney Newcastle Freeway or Pacific Highway follow Pennant Hills Road and the Cumberland Highway to the M4 Motorway.
FROM THE WEST
From the M4 Motorway/Great Western Highway, take the Northern Road or Mulgoa Road exit for Penrith; the Mamre Road exit for St Marys; or the Russell Street exit for Emu Plains. * If you do not have an electronic tag then it’s best to purchase an Emu Pass designed for visitors and casual users of Sydney toll roads. Phone 13 18 65 or visit emupass.com.au
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Penrith is on the Western and Blue Mountains line of the Sydney Trains network. Our local railway stations are St Marys, Werrington, Kingswood, Penrith and Emu Plains.
Trains to the Blue Mountains via Penrith and Emu Plains depart from Central. Suburban trains depart regularly from Central and City stations. Daily NSW TrainLink services to and from Central NSW also stop at Penrith. If you are travelling to the airport, change at Central for the airport link trains.
- Transport info - 13 15 00 / sydneytrains.info
- NSW TrainLink - 13 22 32 / nswtrainlink.info
- Airportlink - 13 15 00 / airportlink.com.au