Coronavirus has stopped the trams rumbling up and down the main street of Bendigo but the depot in Hargreaves Street is still busy.
About 20 staff continue to work on a number of external tram restoration projects.
Chief executive James Reade said a number of procedures had been introduced for the staff still working.
"All required social distancing and other necessary procedures are being followed by the workshop staff in the performance of their duties at this time," he said.
"Bendigo Heritage Attractions will ensure we follow government advice if and when it changes.
"It's a day by day assessment based on government advice and we will respond accordingly. We are doing scenario planning around (the workshop) staying open and also potentially closing."
Last week, Bendigo Heritage Attractions temporarily closed its tourism operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It has resulted in more than 30 permanent and casual team members being temporarily stood down.
"Our number one reason for making this decision so quickly was to ensure the health and safety of both our staff and visitors," Mr Reade said.
"The team is very resilient and is very understanding. We are very much focused on re-opening the business when it is safe to do so and re-engaging our team to help with that."
In the meantime, Mr Reade said there have been many positive messages of support from who have missed the trams being part of the city's make up.
"We have been heartened by a number of encouraging messages from members of the public who are missing seeing the trams running up and down Pall Mall," he said.
"As an organisation, the team at BHA is remaining positive and is hopeful that it won't be long until we are able to reopen our attractions and continue sharing Bendigo's fascinating gold rush and tram history with visitors to our beautiful city."
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