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National Park Line re-opened.
We're delighted to announce that our line into the Royal National Park has re-opened.
We are particularly grateful to John Holland Rail for their generosity in restoring our overhead infrastructure brought down by an over height load on a road truck.
While any time is perfect for vintage tram rides, these balmy "Winter" days are ideal with their mild temperatures. It's a great time for a weekday or weekend family visit in comfort to show the children what real public transport was like.
If Mums and Dads are taken up on the week days, why not think of grand-parents to take the children? The chances are that they rode trams in their youth – that will qualify them as ideal tour guides for the children! If they don’t drive, no problem! We have a railway station right next door.
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Our Museum grounds include a small park with a large picnic shelter. We have plenty of shade and there's also our Display Hall with our oldest and most interesting trams. This and unlimited tram rides are all included in your Day Ticket.
These days there can hardly be a cheaper day in Sydney: seniors and concession card holders have unlimited rides for only $12 and school children for just $10 (pre-schoolers are free). The adult price is $18 and there are family arrangements where, after two adults and just one child, extra children in the same family are free.
Normal prices: school children $10, concession passes $12, adults $18, Family tickets, see conditions, just $46. Entry includes our Display Hall.
Photos: upper Martin Pinches, lower Peter McCallum .......... Posted on 18th July. (MG)
The bright lights of trams at night time are fun.
For something different, try this out on the evening of Saturday, 16th August. Watch this website for more details!