When does the Sydney Monorail run?
364 days a year (Closed Christmas Day)
Mon to Thurs >> 7am to 10pm
Fri & Sat >> 7am to 12pm
Sun >> 8am to 10pm
The NSW Government has advised Sydney Monorail’s last day of operation will be 30 June 2013.
How often does the monorail run?
Every 3 to 5 minutes
How much does the Sydney Monorail cost?
|Standard fare||$5.00 adults and children|
|Australian concession fare, Pensioners, War Widows and Seniors||$3.50|
|Supervoucher unlimited travel day pass||$9.80 adults, $24.00 family|
When does Metro Light Rail run?
24 hours a day, 365 a year
Between Central and The Star
24 hrs per day every day
Approx. every 10-15 minutes 6am to Midnight
Approx. every 30 minutes Midnight to 6am
Between Central and Lilyfield
Everyday every 10-15 minutes
Sun to Thurs >> 6am to 11pm
Fri & Sat >> 6am to midnight
How often does the Metro Light Rail run?
Approximately every 10 minutes until Midnight then every 30 minutes.
How much does the Metro Light Rail cost?
|Adult fare - one zone||$3.50 Single, $4.90 return|
|Adult fare - two zones||$4.50 single, $6.00 return|
|Australian concession fare - one zone||$2.30 single, $3.50 return|
|Australian concession fare - two zones||$3.50 single, $4.50 return|
|Children 5 years and under in small family groups ride free.|
Where do I get my Metro Light Rail tickets
Tickets available from Conductors on the Light Rail.
How long does it take from Central Station to Lilyfield (the end of the line) on the Metro Light Rail?
25 minutes for a one way trip or 50 minutes for a round trip to/from Central station.
Convention: Darling Harbour, car parking, Harris Street Motor Museum, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Novotel, IBIS and Mercure Grand, Metro Light Rail connection.
Paddy's Markets: Powerhouse Museum, Chinatown, Paddy's Market, Market City, Entertainment Centre and car park, Citigate Central Sydney.
Chinatown: Chinatown, Number One Dixon Street shopping centre, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Seasons Darling Harbour Hotel.
World Square: World Square Shopping Centre, George Street Cinemas, Southern Business District, Museum Railway Station, IBIS World Square, Waldorf Apartment Hotel, Rydges World Square Sydney Hotel.
Galeries Victoria: The Galeries, Sydney Town Hall, Town Hall Railway Station, Queen Victoria Building (QVB), Australian Opal Cutters.
City Centre: Sydney Tower, Pitt Street Mall, David Jones, Myer, Sydney Hilton Hotel, Sheraton on the Park Hotel, Swissôtel, QT Sydney Hotel.
Darling Park: Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay, King Street Wharf, Captain Cook Cruises, Pier 26, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIEF Sydney Zoo, IMAX Sydney, Madame Tussauds.
Harbourside: Darling Harbour, Harbourside shops and restaurants, Australian National Maritime Museum, The Star, Novotel, IBIS Hotel, Mercure Grand Apartments.
Central Station: Connecting you to CityRail and regional trains and bus connections.
Capitol Square: Capitol Theatre, George Street Cinemas and World Square Shopping Centre.
Paddy's Markets: Chinatown, Powerhouse Museum, Market City, Paddy's Market, Entertainment Centre and University of Technology (Sydney), Sydney Monorail connection.
Exhibition Centre: Chinese Garden, Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour, Darling Quarter.
Convention: Harbourside shopping and restaurants, Harbourside Shops and Restaurants, Imax Sydney, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre and Sydney Monorail connection.
Pyrmont Bay: Pyrmont Shops, Restaurants and Hotels, Australian National Maritime Museum, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussauds.
The Star: Casino, hotel, five star restaurants and live shows at the Sydney Lyric Theatre.
John Street Square: The heart of Pyrmont offering colonial history and rare heritage architecture.
Fish Market: Sydney Fish Market, ANZAC Bridge and Channel Ten Studios.
Wentworth Park: Renowned dog races.
Glebe: Glebe Point Road cafes and pubs.
Jubilee Park: Bicentennial Park, Federal Park, Jubilee Park.
Rozelle Bay: Federal Park, Heritage Ship Yard, Liquidity restaurant.
Lilyfield: Rodd Island, Callan Park, Sydney College of the Arts.
How do I get to Town Hall train station?
Alight at Galeries Victoria Monorail station, take the escalators down one floor and you will be in the centre of The Galeries shopping centre. Turn left and walk through the centre to QVB or take another escalator down and head straight to Town Hall Station.
How do I get to Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House and The Rocks?
Alight at Monorail's City Centre station. Turn left when exiting the station and continue down Pitt or George Street for about 10 mins.
Can I use my MyMulti, Pensioner Excursion Ticket or Family Funday Sunday ticket on the Metro Light Rail or Sydney Monorail?
Yes you can travel on the Metro Light Rail network with a MyMulti, Pensioner Excursion and Family Funday Sunday ticket (Sunday travel only). These tickets must be pre-purchased prior to boarding, as they are not sold on board the light rail. Click here for more info at 131500.com.au.
Note: This offer is not valid for Family Fare Deal tickets or travel on the Sydney Monorail.
Can I use my Sydney Buses/CityRail ticket or Explorer Ticket to get on the Metro Light Rail or Sydney Monorail? No. You will need to buy a separate Monorail token or Metro Light Rail ticket. A TramLink ticket is available from CityRail stations which allow transport on both CityRail and the Metro Light Rail.
Can I use my Metro Light Rail ticket to get on the Sydney Monorail and vice versa?
Supervoucher PLUS day 1-Day or 3-Day passes allow you to enjoy both systems as well as providing more than $100 worth of discounts.
How long does it take to go around the Monorail loop?