Come and experience Sydney’s newest food destination. Tramsheds, restored heritage listed Rozelle tram shed, is home to 18 retailers, and has been transformed into a slick European style dining hall.

Between all this, Tramsheds fit in a whole foods shop, gym, nail bar, barber, medical centre, cellar, and Supamart, completing the picture for this exciting new precinct. The restored tram is an impressive sight (and a huge hit with the kids) and pops the entrance with colour before you jet straight down to the likes of Bodega 1904.

Make your way around and decide where to enjoy a meal or a cheeky wine. Tramsheds is a great family desitnation, where the whole family can enjoy the history and high quality goods.

Bumped By : Renata Brak

Renata is a mother of one active toddler and soon to be mum of another baby boy. She grew up in Hobart, before spending a few years abroad in Canada before settling in Sydney over 6 years ago. With a Masters degree in Art Curatorship, Renata loves the arts, and sharing interesting exhibition experiences with her family.

Phone: 02 8398 5695

Opening Hours:
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Address: 1 Dalgal Place, 2037, Forest Lodge, NSW
Location : Inner west.
Age : Families.
Cost : Free.
Prebook : Just turn up.
Pram Accessibility : Ramps and escalators can take you to the dining hall.
Breastfeeding Area : The parent room is large with comfy communal sofas or seperate small rooms with comfy chair. A dedicated enclosed play area with interactive train and tv provide entertainment for the older children. While comfy change mats are a bonus for the smallest babies.
Refreshments : An array of cafes and restaurants are located on site.
In/Outdoor : Indoor.
Parking : Onsite parking lot.
1 Dalgal Place, 2037, Forest Lodge, NSW
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1 Dalgal Place, 2037, Forest Lodge, NSW

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