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Location: Heart of the city centre

Enjoy the sights of Sydney using the
monorail One of the best ways to see Sydney from a bird's eye view is to take the monorail which runs within the city itself. The monorail is not only comfortable and very popular with tourists, it also features air conditioned and hidden speakers that will inform you about the major sights as you peer out from the window.

The time lapse between each carriage is about 4 minutes and is very fast and efficient. To board the monorail simply walk to any of the stations listed below and pay for your token at either one of the machines near the entrance or at the teller. Take your token and enter via the gates. Board the monorail once it comes to a complete halt.

The monorail operates from 7am to 10pm from Mondays to Thursdays. On Fridays to Saturdays, it operates between the hours of 7am to 12 midnight and on Sundays from 8am to 10pm.

TIP: Look out for special packages that give you day trip and the flexibility to hop on and off the monorail.

Monorail Stations:

  1. City Centre: Centrepoint Tower, David Jones Departmental Store, Grace Bros. Departmental Store, Pitt Street Mall, Sky Garden Shopping Centre, Sydney Hilton Hotel, Piccadily Court and Sheraton Hotel.

  2. Darling Park: Cockle Bay Wharf, Panasonic IMAX Theater, Maltilda Cruises, Sydney Aquarium, Park Royal Hotel and Hotel Nikko.

  3. Harbourside: Harbourside Shopping Centre, National Maritime Museum, Star City Casino and the Ibis Hotel.

  4. Darling Harbour: Exhibition and Convention Centre: Chinese Garden, Australian Motor Vehicle Museum, Convention and Exhibition Centre, Merlin Centre and Novotel Hotel.

  5. Haymarket: Sydney Entertainment Centre, the Powerhouse Museum, Chinatown, Panama Hotel and Carlton Crest Hotel.

  6. World Square: Planet Hollywood and George Street Cinemas.

  7. Park Plaza: Town Hall Station and Queen Victoria Building. (QVB)

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