In August 1997, one tram route was reinstated in Sydney. It runs from Central Station via Darling Harbour to Lilyfield, a distance of 6.7 kilometers. This service operates 24 hours per day every day of the year. However, between 11pm and 6am services go only as far as Star City. Frequency is every ten to fifteen minutes during the day and every thirty minutes at night. There are two zones. Tickets for other forms of public transport cannot be used on the tram, except for a weekly tram plus monorail ticket.For information call 9285 5600.
Zone 1 stations
Central station for:
CityRail, Train and bus connections and trains to the airport.
Capitol Square station for:
Capitol Square; Capitol Theatre; George Street Cinemas; Radisson Hotel; Capitol Square Hotel; Pacific International Apartments; Royal Garden International.
Haymarket station for:
Chinatown; Sydney Entertainment Centre; Paddy’s Markets; Market City; Chinese Garden of Friendship; Carlton Crest Hotel; Holiday Inn Darling Harbour; Mercure Hotel Lawson City West and the Novotel Century Hotel.
Exhibition Centre station
Darling Harbour; Sydney Exhibition Centre and Tumbalong Park.
Harbourside; IMAX; Sydney Convention Centre; Hotel IBIS Darling Harbour; Novotel Sydney Hotel; Grand Mercure Apartments, Goldsborough Apartment Hotel.
Zone 2 stations
Pyrmont Bay station for:
Australian National Maritime Museum; Cockle Bay Wharf; Harbourside; King Street Wharf.
Star city station for:
Lyric Theatre, Star city hotel and entertainment complex.
John Street Square
Centre of Pyrmont
Fish Market station
Sydney Fish Market
Wentworth Park station
Wentworth Park and greyhound track.
Glebe station for:
Jubilee Park station
Bicentennial Park; Jubilee Park
Rozelle Bay station