Tramsheds is one of Sydney’s newest and most family friendly foodie destinations, centred around connecting people to providores, offering a variety of top-class restaurants, cafes and bars in a European-inspired food hall. It is home to over 10 restaurants, cafes, and bars as well as Supamart, a gym, Harold Park Medical Centre, nail bar, hairdresser and even has a fully restored Sydney tram inside!
Reservations are encouraged to enjoy the resident restaurants, cafes and bars including; Gelato Messina, Garcon, Butcher and the Farmer, Dust, Fish and Co, Bekya, Bodega 1904, Osaka Trading Co, Belles Hot Chicken, Flour Eggs Water, Naked Foods and Sir Chapel Brewery. To make a reservation, please contact the restaurants directly.
Getting to Tramsheds: parking & accessibility
Located in Glebe, next door to Jubilee Park, the centre is easily accessible via Sydney Light Rail with the Jubliee Station at the back door. Alternatively, there is plenty of paid outdoor and undercover car-parking available with the first 2 hours free.
Baby change Facilities
The Baby Change Room at Tramsheds ticks all the mummy boxes in all the right places. Tonnes of space, private and quiet breastfeeding rooms, a little closed off play area if you have to juggle more than one child and super clean to boot. Double thumbs up.
Out & About Baby TIP
Tramsheds was once the bustling Rozelle Tramways Depot (duh… the name makes it kinda obvious) built in 1904 and closing in 1958. But the cool part is that you can actually have dinner inside an old restored Sydney tram at Butcher and the Farmer! The toddlers (and the dads will LOVE it).
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