Palau is one of the world's top dive destinations.
Many Australians often come from Sydney to visit the 500 plus islands of Palau.
Why Visit Palau?
- The beautiful hard and soft coral are a home to a mind-blowing diversity of marine life.
- It is a home to the tortoise, shark's, sea snakes, beautiful giant clams, sea horse and rays.
- It is well known for its World War 2 wreck diving.
- It hosts the great Ngemelis Wall, or the Big Drop off.
- Koror, its main town also hosts World War 2 Museums and monuments.
- The presence of the Rock Islands where snorkeling and sunbathing are some of the popular activities.
The 3 ways to get from Sydney to Palau, by plane or train
Fly from Sydney to Palau
- There's a train that leaves the Wynyard Station after every 5 minutes for the International Airport Station in Sydney.
- It takes 22 minutes and costs about 13 dollars.
- Take a 15 hour flight to Koror.
- The flight costs between 650 USD and 1700 USD.
- You'll then take a 10 minutes drive from Koror to Koror Town, which is only 9.4 km away.
From Sydney to Newcastle by train, then fly to Palau
- There's a 3 hour train that leaves Central Station for Hamilton Station after every 30 minutes.
- It costs around 15 USD to 30 USD.
- Take a 30 minutes bus drive from Maitland Road before Beaumont Street to Newcastle Airport.
- The drive costs between 2 USD and 4 USD.
- Take a 16.5 hour flight from Newcastle to Koror, which costs between 750 USD and 2600 USD.
- As previously mentioned, take a bus from Koror to Koror Town.
Take a train to Orange then fly to Palau
- Take a 4.75 hour train from Central Station to Orange Station.
- Then take a taxi from Orange Station to Orange, where you'll take a flight to Koror.
- The whole route costs between 1550 USD and 4275 USD.