An community indoor Market with an outdoor feeling! The Tramsheds Growers Market is bringing the very best providores, producers, chefs and local talent together from all across Greater Sydney Region.
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The Tramsheds began as Rozelle Tram Depot opening its doors on 17 April 1904. At its peak, the tram depot housed 200 tram cars. It ran in conjunction with the Newtown and Ultimo depots and supplied trams for the Balmain and Drummoyne lines.
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On 22 November 1958 the depot ceased operations following the closure of the Glebe tram line and a general wind down of Sydney's trams.
The building was cleared of all cars and all connecting lines were removed. It then lay dormant for many years.
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In 2016 Mirvac reopened the heritage-listed building, re-imagining the space into Sydney’s leading food destination, inspired by the great food halls of Europe. The last tram to run on Sydney’s tram network now proudly sits at the entrance to Tramsheds.
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The Tramsheds is now home to a band of vendors who share the same vision - a love of food, education and community. With a united commitment to ongoing sustainability and etichal lifestyle choices, they strive to keep tradition alive through innovation.
Every Sunday, the walk ways of the Tramsheds are transformed into a fresh produce market, showcasing the very best producers, providores, chefs and local talent from across Greater Sydney.