A good summary of the history of trams in Bendigo, with a visit to the Tram Muesli thrown in. Commentary of the various edifices lining up the city centre.
The Bendigo trams commenced operation in 1890 and have seen battery, steam and electricity which arrived in 1903.The tram system closed from 1970 to 1972 but fortunately it has continued since then and is a popular tourist attratcion with 40,000 users per year. Long may...More
Thank you for your lovely comments.
A great informative tram tour was had by all. Would highly recommend it. Great talking tram info, staff were extremely knowledgeable and helpful
Thank for mentioning our wonderful staff.
Bendigo trams and I go way back to the days when I use to go to school on their rolling stock. The trams themselves are a very charming way of transporting tourists now, but, I remember them as a young girl going shopping with my...More
Hello. Thank you for the review. Wonderful to get your comments. We are operating a new tram service starting in February with the Friday Night Drinks Tram starting 1st February.
Spent a morning using this tourist tram, listening to the commentary and then stopping off at the depot, Jos House, city centre etc.
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We had a ticket for two days.The trams are vintage and the staff are very knowledgeable and helpful.The routes take you to the Lake,the Deborah goldmine,the tramway museum and takes you through the town Thank you to the wonderful staff :)
Thank you for mentioning our staff and the 5 star review.
A great way to get around and information on the speakers about Bendigo. Unlimited parking at Tram Depo, get on the tram and stop at the various sites. Return the next day for only $2. Also, dog friendly which was great for us as we...More
Thankyou Carole for your kind review.
Its free. Its beautiful. So many old trams and they still work. You can climb most of them and each one is different with a theme. Must go.
Thank you for the review. I wish all our trams worked - maintaining the trams is an ongoing challenge that our workshop does a lot of work to achieve.
The Bendigo Tram Depot is a must when visiting Bendigo. A great array of trams in operation and undergoing restoration. The tram ride is worth the effort and cost.
Thank you for your kind review and 5 star rating.
Our family of 4 went today. We were attracted to this tour because of the history and also we wanted to experience the olden day trams. While the tram is traveling, there is a recording of information about the places you pass. The recording was...More
Thank you for the lovely comments and your mention of our drivers and conductors.