Book well in advance for this very popular Tramcar Restaurant in Melbourne. Take a sightseeing tour of Melbourne in an authentic 1927 tram. This is a real highlight to any time spent in Melbourne.

This is not just a tourist attraction, the people of Melbourne take this dinner venue themselves as it is as good as a top class restaurant.

Enjoy a delicious meal in Melbourne’s best loved dining venue, The Colonial Tram Dinner Restaurant. An awesome way to dine in Melbourne. Make your Melbourne Tram Dinner bookings online.

The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant that operates from a converted 1927 Melbourne tram was the first tramcar restaurant in the world.

Starting operations in 1983 the tram restaurant is now one of the best known attractions in Australia and has been copied in many other cities of the world.

When dining in Melbourne, The Tram Restaurant is one of the most sought after options and the food and drinks are of the highest standards.

The word luxurious jumps to mind as the plush interior is decorated in rich tapestries and sparkling brass fittings, reminiscent of days gone by. I must have been a snob in another life, as this is the style I really enjoy. First class in a unique setting. There’s nothing nicer in this life.

The tramcar restaurant has become one of the most popular dining destinations of Melbourne and reservations close very early as this sells out very quickly.

If you are thinking of making bookings, please make your plans well in advance as seating is limited and bookings hard to obtain.

Melbourne Tram Restaurant Dinner Inclusions:

  • Sightseeing tour of Melbourne by Tramcar Restaurant
  • Lunch includes four (4) course dinner (no dessert)
  • Early Dinner includes three (3) course dinner
  • Late Dinner includes five (5) course dinner
  • Inclusive of all beverages from the fully stocked bar
  • Maitre d’, food waiter and wine waiter will be onboard

Melbourne Tram Dinner Location

The Melbourne Colonial Tramcar restaurant is located at the tram stop at 125 Normanby Road, South Melbourne.

If you’d like to read more about the Colonial Tramcar restaurant you can go through to their website: