Our trams have been entwined with the Bendigo’s identity since 1890 and are a must for all itineraries.

Heritage Trams

You’ll be delighted by the wide streetscapes and grand architecture of Bendigo as your tram shares entertaining stories about the city founded on one of the world’s richest goldfields. This hop-on, hop-off tour stops throughout the city. Park your car at Central Deborah Gold Mine or the Bendigo Joss House Temple (free all day parking) and use our heritage trams to explore the fantastic attractions, shopping and dining facilities that Bendigo has to offer.

Dja Dja Wurrung Tram

Join us for a journey of discovery into the unique and fascinating traditions of Bendigo’s first people, the Dja Dja Wurrung, and hear a story more than 40,000 years in the making. The Dja Dja Wurrung Tram departs from Central Deborah Gold Mine at 10:00am each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Dja Dja Wurrung Tram
The Blues Tram

This monthly event combines two of Bendigo’s best attractions - its historic trams and sublime music talent. Fans can enjoy a relaxed drink on the tram, while leisurely rolling through the streets of the city as some of the Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival’s finest talent performs, up close and personal.

The Yarn Bomb Tram

Bendigo Tramways 302 tram is the first tram in the world to be yarn bombed. It has become a tourist attraction in its own right when it runs every winter through Bendigo’s streets.

Bendigo Yarn Bomb Tram
Image by Elise Gow
The Anzac Centenary Tram

Through stories of bravery, resilience and courage in the face of adversity, the Anzac Centenary Tram explores the impact of World War One on the local Bendigo community. Gain insight into what life was like on the frontline for soldiers, discover the pioneering role that Bendigo women played in the war effort, and come to understand how WW1 transformed the lives of families on the home front.