Tramsheds: Sydney’s Oldest New Food Destination
Come and experience Sydney’s most dynamic food destination. Tramsheds Harold Park is a place brought to life by history, architecture and community – a place to live and learn.
Mirvac’s transformation of the heritage listed Tramsheds is now complete. The European-inspired food hall includes some of Sydney’s biggest food names alongside a supermarket, cellar, nail salon and gym for your convenience.Tramsheds is open seven days and is located at 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge NSW.
Connected to the Heart and Soul of Sydney
Few places in Sydney enjoy such a direct link to the city, with light rail from nearby Jubilee Park station redefining easy commuting. Whether you are homeward bound or heading out, the CBD, Central Station, Darling Harbour, The Star Casino, Sydney’s Fish Markets and Chinatown are all just minutes away on Sydney's light rail network.
Close to home is The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Sydney University, the city’s premier educational institution. You'll also find Mirvac's Broadway shopping centre and a great selection of schools in the neighbourhood.
Embrace the Outdoors
More than 35% of Harold Park is being dedicated to parkland, creating a 208,000sqm network of parks linking Jubilee, Federal and Bicentennial Parks to the Blackwattle Bay foreshore. Step outside your door and stroll or cycle along the Foreshore Walk that skirts the picturesque Rozelle and Blackwattle Bays.
Along the way you’ll pass by the area’s many sports fields, playgrounds, and wetlands while enjoying panoramic views of the harbour, the Anzac Bridge and the city skyline.
The City of Sydney is currently working on the new park located within the Harold Park development. The design highlights the existing setting and history of the site and includes playgrounds, picnic areas and open grass space.