Sydney Bus Museum
Ninety years of Sydney buses under one roof.
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Imagine if you could somehow collect 90 years of retired buses from a large metropolitan city and put them under one roof. Throw in the random taxi, tuk tuk or truck, etc. Voila, you have the Sydney bus museum. The vehicles at the museum are maintained and explained by volunteers, and visitors many go into the buses to check out the seating, controls, and so on. It’s worth a visit.
Know Before You Go
It's open the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month from 10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. Take bus Route M10 or 440 from Railway Square to the corner of Norton & William Streets Leichhardt. This is behind the Leichhardt bus depot.
After checking out the vehicles in the historic tram shed, take a ride on one of the historic double-decker busses from the museum to the Queen Victoria Building in the CBD.
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