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Private Jet Charter - Sydney

Whether you are planning on travelling to Sydney, or this is the city that you are looking to depart from, let Chapman Freeborn handle your private jet charter requirements with safety, security and discretion.

Below are some of the most popular airports surrounding Sydney that we charter jets to and from. If you are interested in utilizing one of these airports, or any others that aren't listed here, contact us for a quote.

Sydney Airport

Bankstown Airport

Camden Airport (New South Wales)


Once a colonial outpost Sydney has transformed into a major global cultural and economic centre. With almost 5 million inhabitants it is the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. A third of its population is represented by various nationalities from overseas and more than 250 different languages are spoken, making Sydney one of the most multicultural cities in the world.  

Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and convinces with many of nature’s charms. Renowned Bondi Beach is a must-see and popular spot for surfers from all around the world and only one of the many opportunities to swim, snorkel or relax. For people who want to be on the safe side Sydney has many outdoor saltwater pools like the iconic Icebergs at Bondi Beach. Other natural charms are Sydney’s gorgeous green areas such as the romantic Royal Botanic Gardens or the new Barangaroo Reserve, with its indigenous plants. Taronga Zoo does not only display native wildlife like kangaroos, and koalas but has furthermore some of the best waterfront views in the city.


Some of Sydney’s most iconic man-made landmarks are the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney Opera House is known worldwide for its construction and its superb harbour setting. The design of the building suggest soaring white sails of a yacht sailing into Sydney Harbour.

Sydney has a surfeit of cultural riches to offer. Art lovers have the opportunity to explore many of the city’s museums, learn about Australia's Aboriginal heritage or join in on a number of cultural festivals. Three-week long Sydney Festival, which features almost any artistic and musical genre or Mardi Gras, representing Sydney’s lively gay subculture, are only two of the numerous options.


Foodies will get their money’s worth in Sydney, where they can experience creative Aussie cuisine, influenced by European origin and Asian flavours. Trendsetting restaurants, bars, and cafés are found scattered all over the city - wine and breakfast culture playing a starring role.

The city’s nightlife scene is one of the best and most diverse worldwide. Whether electronic music festivals, all-night beach ravers or an intimate drink in a cocktail bar, there is something for everyone.

Similar to the nightlife scene Sydney shopping has it all – from popular international labels and luxury boutiques to young local designers, colourful street markets and huge outlet stores.