CareCarers and Companions

Anyone holding a valid Carer Card will receive concession rates.
Please present your card to the reception staff upon arrival.


The Vintage Talking Tram Tour is wheelchair accessible. However, please let us know in advance so we can ensure that an appropriate tram is allocated to your group, as not all of our trams can accommodate wheelchairs.

  • Central Deborah Gold Mine has the best accessible Tram Stop.
  • Please be aware that there are various surface types when exploring our attraction, as well as a high step to get onto our Trams.

Visual ImpairmentsSee

Bendigo Tramways is a dog friendly venue! All dogs are welcomed and embraced at our attraction.

  • Bendigo Tramways welcomes all assistance animals and guide dogs, in accordance with section 9 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth).

  • We suggest contacting us prior to your visit to discuss any arrangements or assistance you may need in relation to this.


Bendigo Tramways welcomes all guests who have sensory sensitivities.
Our attraction can be quite busy, with varying levels of noise and visual stimulation throughout. Please be prepared if this is a concern.

Social ScriptScript

We have prepared a social script for the Vintage Talking Tour, as well as the Tram Cafe to help aid those with additional sensory concerns, which can be found below.
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Toilets and family facilitiesToilet

An accessible toilet, as well as baby change facilities are situated at the Central Deborah Gold Mine. Please see one of our friendly staff for directions.


Car, bus and disabled parking is available at the rear of Central Deborah Gold Mine in Creek Street North.

  • Additional parking is also available across the creek on Creek Street South.
  • Car, and disabled parking is also available at the Bendigo Tramways Depot, at 1 Tramways Avenue.


For further questions or concerns regarding accessibility at the Bendigo Tramways, please contact us!