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Arrived to find this gem of a railway on a cold wet Saturday morning! The sun came out as we took off, and what a magical journey it was! The best scenery ever, and everything was perfection! Loved every second of this journey and cant...More
We visited Walhalla on Sat Sept 1st, a rainy and cold day. What a gorgeous drive through the Mountain Ash Forrest. The Railway, all staffed by volunteers was a real treat. Narrow ,slow and ricketty - fabulous. Enjoyed every second. Thoroughly recommend it to anyone.
A simple and pleasurable experience with a taste of what the original train was like ( except for the cargo) Meandering through the valley just shaving the rock walls in places. Upkeep by a dedicated band of volunteers
The train is a spectacular time out through the forest to Thomson Station.
Loved the time out to enjoy the scenery and relax.
The train is run by the most superb volunteers who have a real passion for keeping this attraction live. Well done
Travelled aboard the night train. Was a cold night, but they tried to make everyone feel warm with hot water bottles and hot chocolate. We booked the 6pm train. The meal was available at the station prior to the train trip. There's a licenced bar...More
Great experience on a cold night in August. We were give large glow sticks and hot water bottles for our night journey on the Walhalla Goldfields Railway. We were warm as toast even though the carriages are open and it was a very cold night....More
The Walhalla Goldfields Railway is one of those 'must do' things when visiting Walhalla. It is one of the most scenic tourist railways in Australia and is run and maintained by volunteers. It travels through spectacular gorges and crosses many old trestle bridges before reaching...More
The WGR usually operate on Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday with three return trips each operating day.
They do have a web site - Walhalla Goldfields Railway. This will give you the up to date times and fares