About Us

The Sydney Bus Museum is a not-for-profit organisation first established in 1986 at Tempe, and now permanently based within the Old Tramshed at Leichhardt in Sydney's inner-west.

We are a working museum made up of over 250 members who together help to preserve a rare, and invaluable collection of historic buses dating from the 1920s to 2000.

Our organisation has continued to exist for over 25 years thanks to our entirely voluntary workforce, who ensure our vehicles are regularly made available for various community and charitable events.

The Museum was officially re-opened on 1 August 2016 at Leichhardt by The Hon. Andrew Constance MP, NSW Minister for Transport & Infrastructure.


To learn more about the Sydney Bus Museum, visit our website.