The Sydney Monorail (at first TNT Harbourlink and later Metro Monorail) was a single circle monorail in Sydney, Australia, that related Darling Harbor, Chinatown and the Sydney central business and shopping ranges. It opened in July 1988 and close in June 2013. There were eight stations on the 3.6 kilometer circle, with up to six trains working in the meantime. It served genuine attractions and workplaces, for instance, the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Convention and Exhibition Center. The structure was worked by Veolia. Sydney Monorail was at initially envisioned in the late 1980s as a noteworthy part of the redevelopment of 50 hectares (120 areas of area) of region at Darling Harbor, giving a voyager association the Sydney CBD. At initially worked by TNT Harbourlink, the monorail opened on 21 July 1988 after an improvement time of 26 months.The fundamental test organizations continued running in October 1987 on a 500-meter portion at Darling Harbor.