You can find on this page the Sydney tram map to print and to download in PDF. The Sydney trams map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the tramway of Sydney in Australia.
Most parts of the metropolitan area of Sydney city are served by buses, many of which follow the pre-1961 tram routes as its shown in Sydney tram map.

Sydney tramway map

Map of Sydney trams

The Sydney tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Sydney tramways. This tramway map of Sydney will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Sydney in Australia. The Sydney tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Sydney has one privately operated light rail line, Metro Light Rail, running from Central Station to Lilyfield along a former goods train line. The Metro Monorail runs in a loop around the main shopping district and Darling Harbour. Sydney was once served by an extensive tramway network, which was progressively closed in the 1950s and 1960s (see Sydney tramway map).

L1 Dulwich Hill light rail services or Sydney tramway run between Central Station and Dulwich Hill with stops at popular CBD and Inner West destinations. The L2 Randwick and L3 Kingsford light rail services run between Circular Quay and Randwick and Circular Quay and Kingsford. Both Sydney tramway lines travel via George Street, Central Station and along Devonshire Street in Surry Hills up to Moore Park as its mentioned in Sydney tramway map. Frequency of service is approximate depending on the volume of customers and traffic conditions in the CBD.

Almost six decades after the last of Sydney extensive tramway system was ripped up, the opening to passengers at 11am of the new light rail line from Circular Quay to Randwick – dubbed L2 – marks a shift towards greater use of public transport in the city. It has allowed a large part of George Street to be turned into a "pedestrian boulevard" as tramways replace buses that once formed conga lines along one of the CBD best-known strips as you can see in Sydney tramway map.