Monorail Train, Sydney, Australia

 

The Monorail train in Sydney travels around this city from an elevated position above the ground. It is a state of the art train system that provides commuters a wonderful view of scenic Sydney. Very popular among Sydneysiders and visitors, it is the most convenient and inexpensive way to go around Sydney’s central business district. The following are the Monorail train stations in Sydney:

 

Convention

  • Darling Harbour

  • Car parking

  • Harris Street Motor Museum

  • Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre

  • Novotel

  • IBIS and Mercure Grand

  • Metro Light Rail Connection

Monorail Train, Sydney, Australia
 

Paddy’s Market

  • Powerhouse Museum

  • Chinatown

  • Paddy’s Market

  • Market City

  • Entertainment Centre and Carpark

  • Carlton Crest Hotel

Chinatown

  • Chinatown

  • Number One Dixon Street Shopping Centre

  • Chinese Garden of Friendship

  • Southern Cross on Harbour Hotel

World Square

  • World Square Shopping Centre

  • George Street Cinemas

  • Southern Business District

  • Museum Railway Station

  • IBIS World Square

  • Waldorf Apartment Hotel

  • Avillion Hotel

World Square

  • World Square Shopping Centre

  • George Street Cinemas

  • Southern Business District

  • Museum Railway Station

  • IBIS World Square

  • Waldorf Apartment Hotel

  • Avillion Hotel

Galleries Victoria

  • Sydney Town Hall

  • Town Hall Railway Station

  • Queen Victoria Building

  • Australian Opal Cutters

Sydney City Centre

  • Sydney Tower

  • Pitt Street Mall

  • Central Sydney Plaza

  • David Jones

  • Myer

  • Growings

  • Piccadilly Court

  • Sydney Hilton Hotel

  • Sheraton on the Park Hotel

Harbourside

  • Darling Harbour

  • Harbourside shops and restaurants

  • Australian Maritime Museum

  • Star City Hotel and Casino

  • Novotel

  • IBIS Hotel

  • MercureGrand Apartments

 

Darling Park

  • Darling Harbour

  • Cockle Bay

  • King Street Wharf

  • Matilda Catamarans

  • Pier 26

  • Sydney Aquarium

  • Sydney Wildlife World

  • IMAX Theatre

 

Travelling in a fantastic city loop, it takes only 15 minutes to do the entire circuit. The Monorail leaves the station every 3-5 minutes. Metro Transport Sydney, an Australian company, owns both Sydney Monorail and Metro Light Rail.The aerial scenic view from Sydney’s Monorail is an attraction in itself.

In just minutes, the commuter would have gone through famous sites in one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

 

Transporting more than 4 million commuters a year, Sydney’s Monorail was first opened in July 1988 during Australia’s Bicentennial celebration.

It is one of only a few elevated transportation systems in the world that passes through the hub of a major city. Open 364 days a year, except Christmas Day, the Sydney Monorail runs Monday to Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 12 midnight, and on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.