The Museum is nestled in the southern Sydney suburb of Loftus, which adjoins the beautiful and expansive Royal National Park. It is easily reached either by car or train:
The Museum is easily reached through Sutherland Shopping Village via Old Princes Highway then Rawson Avenue, (formerly Princes Highway), not via the Sutherland bypass as there is no right turn where the bypass joins Rawson Ave. Should you travel via the bypass however, a u-turn bay located at the Princes Hwy/Farnell Ave intersection will allow you to turn around and access the museum from the south end of the highway.
The Museum buildings can be seen on the right just before Rawson Avenue joins the bypass, as shown on the map. There is limited parking in Pitt Street; other parking is available along Rawson Avenue itself.
The Museum is located adjacent to the Illawarra line to the south of Sydney. Catch a Waterfall service and alight at Loftus, one stop past the junction at Sutherland. You may also catch a Cronulla service but change at Sutherland for the Waterfall train. CityRail’s suburban services provide a half-hour service to Loftus during the day. The journey takes about 35 minutes from the city. The Museum is right next to Loftus station and the main entrance is just a short 75 metre walk from the station.
Just put your nearest station or home address in the From box and Sydney Tramway Museum in the To box and the Transport Info service will work out your travel plan for you.
Find us on Google Map