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Be delighted by the grand architecture of Bendigo as your restored heritage tram tells you about the city’s golden past. You can hop-on and off at any of the following stops: Central Deborah Gold Mine; Alexandra Fountain, Central Bendigo; The Bendigo Tramways Depot & Workshop; Bendigo Joss House Temple; Lake Weeroona.
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.
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.
Passengers on Bendigo’s talking tram No. 880 will be able to make art for themselves while rocking and rolling along. The namesake artist for Bendigo’s Art Series hotel, Mark Schaller, has splashed his talent around the vintage tram in keeping with themes that will grace the walls of The Schaller Studio hotel in Barnard Street. Schaller has covered the tram ceiling with swirls of pink and cardamom yellow acrylic in a postmodern nod to Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel he’s dubbed “the Sistine tram.”