• Forrest Lodge History Tile 2

    Forest Lodge is one of Sydney’s secret historic suburbs, dating back to the early 1800’s. Originally named after the Forest Lodge estate and house that once stood proudly in the area, so named because it was surrounded by ‘great trees’, the pocket suburb between Glebe and Annandale is today characterised by Victorian-era mansions, terrace houses and workers cottages.

    You can discover more about the area’s history in 'Harold Park, A History', a collection of stories commissioned by Mirvac, as a gift to the City of Sydney. 

    The Rozelle Tram Depot opened its doors on 17 April 1904. At its peak, the tram depot employed over 650 people and housed 200 tram cars. The depot closed on 22 November 1958, with the space laying dormant for several decades. 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 (R1 1995) was lovingly restored in 2015 and now proudly sits at the entrance to Tramsheds.

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    Rozelle Tram Depot Then & Now
    Connecting people to providores

    Tramsheds brings together a band of providores who share the same vision – a love of food, education and community. 

    With a united commitment to ongoing sustainability and ethical lifestyle choices, they strive to keep tradition alive through innovation.

    Artisan Lane in the heart of Tramsheds is a hub for living and learning. Home to pop-up events and workshops for all ages, this flexible space enables our handpicked food operators to share their skills and expertise firsthand with our community. 

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    Artisan Lane is available to hire for private events.

    For enquiries please email info@tramshedsharoldpark.com.au

    New food and learning experiences