Tram Cafe - Melbourne

Tram Cafe - Melbourne

Indulge in your favourite beverages and savour delectable patisserie and bakery creations crafted by Angliss students aboard the Angliss Tram 764.

The training cafe for the William Angliss Institute, the Tram Caf© is in a refurbished heritage green and gold Melbourne tram - perfect for tourists and locals alike (you can even 'ding' the bell).

The Tram Caf© is a dedicated hospitality and event training space allowing guests to experience this iconic nod to the history of Melbourne giving foods, tourism, hospitality and events students the opportunity to gain practical caf© and food truck experience.

W-class trams were first introduced to Melbourne in 1923 and quickly amassed admirers worldwide. The fleet was largely withdrawn from service in 1992, with many falling into disrepair until the National Trust campaigned to have them restored and preserved. The Tram Caf© is now safely nestled on our campus grounds, parallel to the City Circle Tram route on which it once ran. A select number of W-class trams continue to operate on this route today.

The tram was provided by owners of Victoria's rail transport land, assets and infrastructure, VicTrack, and refurbished by Bendigo Heritage Attractions at Bendigo Tramways.

Coffee is $3.50 for a regular - heritage prices. You'll be supporting hospitality students and assured quality, as every step is overseen by trainers ensuring best practice.

The number 764 tram is visible from the City Circle tram, facing La Trobe St and the number 30 route on which it once travelled.

Monday 8am - 3pm
Tuesday 8am - 3pm
Wednesday 8am - 3pm
Thursday 8am - 3pm
Friday 8am - 3pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

William Angliss Institute
555 La Trobe St
Melbourne 3000

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