Ballarat Tramway Museum

"Australia's most authentic Tramway Museum"

Trams running every weekend during December except Sunday 11 December when Wendouree Parade is closed for an event. Every day, including Christmas Day from Saturday 24 December to late January 2017 during the school holidays.

Ride an authentic Ballarat tram [some over 100 years old] which ran Ballarat's public transport until 1971. Buy real tickets from our volunteers in authentic uniforms. Travel 1.3km of original track through the beautiful Botanical Gardens on the west side of Lake Wendouree. Return trip 20 minutes. 

Fares: Adult $4, Children $2, All-day ticket $8.

When: Trams run every Saturday, Sunday, public holiday and during the Victorian school holidays 12.30pm - 5pm in Wendouree Parade throughout the year. Boxiing Day to New Years, day, tram services will commence about 1030am. Our display area at the depot is open from 12 Noon on operating days, subject to volunteer availability.
    

What's New?

Nov 5 - 2015-2016 Annual Report added.

Oct 29 - August 2016 edition of Fares Please! added.

Oct 29, 2016 October eNews published.

Sept 9, 2016 September eNews published.

Aug 29 - Events Page updated, details of Night Tram 19-9-2016 provided.

Aug 27 - June 2016 edition of Fares Please! added.

July 13, 2016 July eNews published.

Nov 9 - Museum's Annual Report 2014-15 added to documents.

 

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Ballarat Tramway Museum Inc. - PO Box 632 Ballarat Vic 3353 Australia - info@btm.org.au - phone +61 3 5334 1580. A0031819K

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