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The Tramway Heritage Centre, Bylands is a “Static Tramway Museum” located in the State of Victoria, at 330 Union Lane,  Bylands, just off the Northern Highway, approximately 53 kilometres north of Melbourne. It is located in an idyllic rural setting, with stunning views across a valley to Mount Disappointment and the Kinglake National Park.

Unfortunately the museum is not serviced by public transport, but it only takes about an hour from the Melbourne CBD via car.

The easiest route is to take the Hume Freeway (route M31) north of Melbourne, taking the Wallan exit for the Northern Highway (route B75). Proceed through the township of Wallan, up the hill known as Pretty Sally for about 7km. There is a brown tourism sign for the museum about 300m before the turn right into Union Lane. Proceed down Union Lane for about 300m and you have arrived.

Admission Prices:

Adults : $10 Child : $5 (5 - 15 years) Family : $22 (2 Adults & 2 Children) Seniors : $7 CASH SALES ONLY      (Includes GST) A Unique Collection Our Collection

Explore our tram sheds and collection of over 40 trams from Melbourne, Ballarat, Geelong and Adelaide including the Heritage Listed Exhibition Shed.

Situated on the former Heathcote Railway line in the picturesque Great Dividing Range only an hours drive from Melbourne

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Our Collection OPENING APRIL 2018

Due to a shortage and unavailability of volunteers.  The Tramway Heritage Centre will not be open on Sunday 18 February.  The Tramway Heritage Centre will reopen on Sunday 25 March 2018.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.