The Curiosity of Sydney’s Trams of YesteryearSydney Tramway Museum

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The Curiosity of Sydney’s Trams of Yesteryear

The opportunity to appreciate an earlier era of Sydney's public transport, when trams were the major people movers.

There will be trams on display, including the Prison Tram which ran to Long Bay goal.
Steam tram Motor ( on loan from Power House Museum).
Trams from interstate and overseas on display.
There will also be Tram-Rides, north towards Sutherland, south (2kms)to The Royal nation Park ( former railway station) plus a walk to Bungoona Path to LOOKOUT.
There is also a Souvenir Shop, Kiosk and Picnic Area for families to enjoy.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
, Sutherland, New South Wales

Adjacent to Loftus Railway Station (East side) on Waterfall Line. If by car from north of Loftus, travel via Old Princes Hwy., Sutherland.
Museum is located south end of Loftus TAFE, north of junction with Princes Hwy.

Times:

Sundays 10am - 5pm

Wednesdays 10am - 3pm

Saturday 30th April 10am - 4pm

Entry fees:
Adults $ 20, Children $ 10, Concession $ 15, Family $ 50
Attendance limit:
no
Onsite facilities:
Social:
Other things
you need to know:
Limited Parking, limited accessibility, toilets, wholly volunteer run