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by Lisa Herbertson (subscribe)
Lisa Herbertson Author of 'Swimming Along'
Published May 17th 2011
Alighting the monorail in Sydney is as good as sticking a sticky note on your back stating "I am a tourist". But there are some things that are probably worth doing once in life. And if you're in Sydney this could well be one of them.

Only a tiny percentage of locals have actually ridden the beast, and most of them were probably on a school excursion at the time.

It is one way to get across the city, but with a bit of planning there are plenty of buses, trains, and also most things are in walking distance in the centre. So as a transport tool it is in fact pretty useless.

But, if you want to join a small and exclusive list, then the monorail is a must-do ride. And it's something that isn't available in the rest of Australia.

The stations are: Harbourside, Convention, Paddy's Markets, Chinatown, World Square, Galeries Victoria, City Centre, and Darling Park.

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Why? One-off experience
When: Mon-Fri (7am-10pm); Sat/Sun (8am-10pm)
Where: Sydney
Cost: From $4.90. Kids: free
The monorail doesn't exist any more ! The last ride took place on June 30th 2013 !
By Dupuy - reader
Thursday, 16th of January @ 09:36 pm
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