The Railyards journey began as a general store, selling eclectic wares from local and international makers, artists and brands that best represented the mountain lifestyle.
A couple of years on and the Railyard has become a true local hangout, serving the finest Coffee from Allpress Expresso, encouraging great conversation and providing killer tunes.
In July 2018 our venue became licensed, now The Railyard Saloon is ready to serve booze, host great live acts and offer our patrons a friendly bar to lean on, a booth for catch ups, or a venue for hire.
At the Railyard we keep it simple – just great coffee, snacks, cans on ice and old fashioned service. No room for a kitchen, so we encourage patrons to try the local fare, with menus behind the bar from the Tecoma eateries. If you have a small function we can cater large with a little help from our neighbours.
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Sunday, 17th February - 10am-2pm
New and vintage clothing along with other treasures
Friday, 22 February - 8pm
$10 On Door - Pre Sale Available at Venue
Dan Brodie is a revered Australian singer-songwriter. Since 1999, and has captured audiences around the world releasing a succession of albums (seven in total), which have been nominated for numerous awards.
His latest solo covers Album, “Lost Not Found” represents a high water mark, capturing Dan at his most vulnerable, from the visceral Bob Dylan opener, “Standing in the doorway” to a meditative take on Iggy Pop’s “The Passenger”, through to Merle Haggard’s “Tonight the bottle let me down” and Paul Simon’s “You can call me Al”, and was recently performed to sell out audiences across Europe.
Saturday, 23rd February - 8pm
Americana, old-style country, alt-country, roots
Sunday, 24th February - 3pm
Psychedelic, neokraut, space rock, afrobeat
Saturday, 2nd March 8pm
Saturday, 16th March 8pm
Snake on up the Burwood Highway from the City, and you’ll stumble across The Railyard. We are smack in the centre of the Tecoma, a small suburb located in the foothills of Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges. Nestled between the townships of Upwey and Belgrave, Tecoma is home to an active community of city escapees, adventurers, artists and musicians.
You can travel via Public Transport to The Railyard by Train or Bus. Hitch a ride on the Belgrave Line all the way to our Tecoma Station. The Railyard is a two minute walk from the Platform. A Bus Line runs right past our doorstep, with the Bus Stop conveniently located 100 metres down the street.
Shop 3, 1545 Burwood Highway Tecoma, 3160 Victoria, Australia
- 8am - 12pm
- 8am - 12pm
You can contact Matt from the Rail Yard Traders via Text Message 0417 790 090 or fill in the contact form below: