Communications Museum Sydney

A volunteer managed affiliate of the National Communications Museum.

12 Kitchener Pde Bankstown, New South Wales 2200
PO Box 43, Bankstown NSW 1885

(02) 9790 7624
[email protected]

Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, excluding the Christmas and Easter period. Please contact the Museum to make an appointment for a guided tour, visit by a group of more than 8 or visiting outside of regular opening times (subject to volunteer availability and advanced notice). Gold coin donations are appreciated.

The Communications Museum, Sydney is managed by a devoted group of volunteers from the Telecommunications Historical Association of New South Wales Inc. The Association’s volunteers are custodians of the National Communications Museum collection in New South Wales, and share their passion for communications history through guided tours, educational events and outreach activities. Exhibits include activated, interactive displays of communications technologies alongside rare historic items such as the ‘misdemeanour book,’ a Traeger pedal wireless and a Mark II speaking clock.

The Communications Museum, Sydney acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, the Daruk and the Eora People, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.