Hours & Prices
Vintage Talking Tram Tours operate to a regular timetable from 10:00am – 4:00pm every day, except Christmas Day. You can hop-on or off the tram at any of the designated tram stops. For full details, including timetables and route maps check out the Vintage Talking Tram page.
The Dja Dja Wurrung Tram departs from Central Deborah Gold Mine at 10:00am each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
The Anzac Centenary Tram departs from Central Deborah Gold Mine at 10:00am each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Our Gift Shop is open from 10:00am - 2:30pm daily.
While you are in Bendigo why not package your Vintage Talking Tram Tour with one of these great experiences and SAVE! Don’t forget that your tram ticket is valid for two consecutive days.
Central Deborah Gold Mine is located at Tram Stop No. 1 and the Bendigo Joss House Temple is located at Tram Stop No. 6. Both sites are easily accessible by Vintage Talking Tram and should be included within your itinerary for the full goldrush experience.
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Please Note: Family = 2 Adults and up to 4 Children
Are you a local? Get your Bendigo Ambassador Pass from the Visitor Information Centre today and qualify for a FREE Vintage Talking Tram tour and entry to many other Bendigo attractions when bringing along another full paying friend or relative. To find out more call the Visitor Information Centre toll free on: 1800 813 153
The following concessions are accepted at Bendigo Tramways:
Central Deborah Gold Mine
Be mesmerised by the beauty and lure of gold on a fascinating underground tour. Journey through the honeycomb of tunnels where almost one ton of gold was unearthed and discover more about the conditions that miner's endured during the harsh gold rush era. Afterwards, explore the mine's surface with its vintage mining machinery, gold panning and museums.
Mine Experience Tour: 75 minutes, 61 metres underground.
Underground Adventure: 2.5 hours, 85 metres underground.
Bendigo Joss House Temple
Discover more about the Chinese migrants who came to Bendigo in search of gold so long ago. The Bendigo Joss House Temple, a Chinese place of worship, was constructed in the late 1860s and is one of the few remaining original buildings of its type in Australia. It comprises a caretaker's residence, temple and ancestral hall. The main temple is dedicated to Guan-Di, the god of war and prosperity.