South Pacific Electric Railway Co-Operative Society Limited (SPER), under the trading name ‘Sydney Tramway Museum’ (STM), restores and operates heritage tramway rolling stock to provide a tourist attraction for people visiting the Loftus museum which is located in the Sutherland Shire of New South Wales.
STM aims to provide tourists with a heritage tram travel experience and is committed to meeting all internal and regulatory safety requirements in order to create a safe environment for STM passengers and personnel.
Trams are totally staffed by STM volunteers. All staff involved in tramway operations, have the mandatory qualifications and experience required for all tram operations on the tramlines.
Recently a tramcar was restored from a body which was a “workshop” for the past 40 years. Other tramcar “wrecks” are also being restored.
Seniors and Concession card holders $12.00
School Children $10.00
Pre-school Children Free
Family arrangement (Two adults and two children from the same family, additional children in the same family) $46.00
For visitors to the Royal National Park, an independent tram fare is charged:
Return Fares - Available on the Parklink Service
Single (one-way) Fares -
2 Pitt Street
Wednesday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Other opening hours by appointment only