An historic Melbourne tram will be a new feature at a Ballarat winery and cellar door.
Michael Unwin Wines received a 1930s tram at its Windermere winery on Friday morning.
Michael Unwin said the tram was delivered after he was successful through an application with VicTrack.
"We have a view of the vineyards and the mountains. People come out here to spend time out of the city," he said.
"The tram will be a nice place to sit out of the elements."
See the old tram being delivered to the winery in Adam Trafford's gallery of photos below.
The tram is currently visible from Remembrance Drive. Visitors to the winery will be able to look at the outside of the tram.
Mr Unwin plans to move the tram to a permanent undercover position in the garden once it is clean and restored.
Visitors will then be able to access the inside of the tram.
Mr Unwin said he believed the tram was last used in 1991. VicTrack is dispersing trams that are no longer in service to tram museums, not for profits and businesses where the trams can be accessible to the public.
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