Our transport heritage forever

SHOWING AN EARLIER ERA OF SYDNEY'S URBAN TRANSPORT.
Visitors can enjoy a large display of trams and photographs plus have an opportunity to ride trams.

During this event attendees will gain an appreciation of an earlier public transport in Sydney when trams were the major people movers, including tram rides north towards Sutherland & south to The Royal National Park (former railway station).

Trams on display include the Prison Tram which ran to Long Bay Gaol, Steam Tram motor (on loan from Powerhouse Museum), trams from interstate and overseas, works trams.

Facilities available throughout the day include a souvenir shop, kiosk, picnic area and an electric BBQ.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
Cnr. Pitt St. & Rawson Ave. via Old Princes Hwy., Sutherland, Loftus, NSW

Adjacent to Loftus Railway Station on Waterfall Line.
If by car from north of Loftus, travel via Old Princes Hwy., Sutherland.
Museum is located north of Princes Hwy. & Rawson Ave. junction, south of Loftus TAFE.

Times:

Sat. 17 April - 10am to 4pm
All Sundays - 10am to 5pm
Wednesdays - 10am to 3pm

Entry fees:
Adults $20, Children $10.00, Concession $15, Family $50.00
Attendance limit:
no
Website:
www.sydneytramwaymuseum.com.au
Onsite facilities:
Social:
Other things
you need to know:
Limited parking, limited accessibility, wholly volunteer operated.