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CATCH A PIECE OF HISTORY ON THE SYDNEY MONORAIL LAST CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY ROUNDS

 

Sydneysiders and visitors to Sydney are invited to take a ride and farewell the Monorail on its last Christmas holiday rounds before its closure in June 2013.

 

After 25 years of service as one of Sydney’s most iconic tourist attractions, people travelling on the Monorail this Christmas can make their own special memories as they take a ride on the city’s most unique travel experience.

 

Whether it’s to visit the Pirates! at the National Maritime Museum, go crackers at Wallace & Gromit’s World of Invention at the Powerhouse Museum, celebrate some Christmas cheer at Carols in the Domainor indulge the family in the Christmas spirit at Santa Fest in Darling Harbour, the Monorail is the perfect and easy way to get about the city.

 

Make a day of it with a Monorail Day Pass from only $9.80 or $24 for families which includes unlimited travel plus discounted entry to ten of Sydney’s best attractions: SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney, Sydney Tower Eye, Captain Cook Cruises, Powerhouse Museum and National Maritime Museum and many more.

 

Also included in every Monorail Family Day Pass is a free souvenir Eye Spy Up High activity fun sheet where families can test their knowledge of the city as they enjoy the ride. Celebrating the Monorail’s 25 year history, Eye Spy Up High highlights 25 special sights throughout the Monorail route.

 

Sydney’s Monorail has long been a unique form of travel linking the city and Darling Harbour, transporting up to 3 million Sydneysiders, domestic and international tourists each year.

 

Don’t miss the opportunity to farewell Sydney Monorail through its last Christmas holidays.

 

Sydney Monorail operates daily every 5 minutes (closed Christmas Day)

Open 7am – 10pm Mon – Friday, 8am – 10pm Saturday and Sunday

www.monorail.com.au

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