IDEAL FOR SENIORS & COMMUNITY GROUPS

The Sydney Bus Museum tells the story of the history of bus transportation, particularly in NSW, through Australia’s largest collection of historic buses and bus memorabilia.

Visiting groups have the choice of a group tour under the guidance of a knowledgeable volunteer or of wandering free within the museum to concentrate on buses and exhibits that most interest them.

Visitors are able to see a wide variety of buses on display and gain insights into the way in which bus transportation has changed and continues to change people’s lives.

At the end of their tour or individual inspections, visitors may care to spend time in the Museum Shop where there is a wide range of bus models, transport literature and memorabilia for sale. 

Tours are expected to last about 90 minutes and are available on Wednesdays, Saturdays and the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month (Museum public open days).

For days other than the above, please enquire with Group Bookings manager Kim on 0418 209 753. 

A vintage bus ride is also available upon prior arrangement; there are two bus journeys to pick from: a short 25-minute return trip to the City, and a longer 45-minute trip to Huntley's Point and return. 

From 1 October 2019, group admission prices are:

  • Adults: $15

  • Concessions: $10

  • Children: $10

A minimum group of 10 people is required to open the Museum on any day other than a Wednesday. 

For a quote, to make a booking or for further information please phone Kim on 0418 209 753, alternatively email info@sydneybusmuseum.com

The Sydney Bus Museum is wheelchair accessible, however owing to their vintage nature the buses themselves are not. 

Attention charter bus operators:

The Museum is of limited parking and turning space, so unfortunately we are unable to accommodate articulated and 3 axle buses. Smaller buses can be parked on site, however could you please call the Museum on 9572 6789 before arrival to confirm. 

© 2019 Sydney Bus & Truck Museum Limited

 

Images courtesy:
David Wilson, Liam Brundle, Greg Travers, John Ward, Steve Burrows, Dean Jones