Tramsheds is Sydney’s most exciting food and lifestyle destination, housed in the former historic Rozelle Tram Depot. Originally built in 1904, this beautifully restored dining precinct features 11 restaurants from some of Sydney’s most forward-thinking chefs, artisans and provedores including Bodega 1904 and Flour Eggs Water. The precinct also houses seven community-based vendors including a Nail Salon, Supermarket and Boxing Gym.
Once housing over 200 trams, the former Rozelle Depot, now known as Tramsheds, is a place people come to immerse themselves into the local culture, or pick up artisan produce.
Located only four kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, in Sydney’s inner west, Tramsheds offers a diverse and vibrant meeting place for the blossoming inner west community.
Tramsheds is the perfect destination to conveniently connect - anytime of the day or night, through the week and on weekends. The precinct offers something to suit all tastes, occasions and budgets, and is the kind of place where there are always new, exciting experiences to savour.
Tramsheds is easily accessible via Jubilee Park Light Rail Station. Alternatively, there is car-parking available, offering two hours free parking.
Reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment. Book online via the website.