The engines are polished, the boilers are primed, the stations have been rejuvenated and we're getting back on track.
Find out what we've been up to at the railway in the last few months and learn about some ongoing projects.
Learn more about Tracks Cafe; a great place to stop for a quick bite, a delicious dessert or a hearty meal.
During the early years of the twentieth century, the Mount Lyell Picnic at Strahan was the major annual social event.
The West Coast Wilderness Railway is Tasmania’s leading heritage rail experience, and one of just a handful in the state
We can arrange gift vouchers for any value, which can be emailed and printed as a last-minute gift.
West Coast Wilderness Railway named state's best Tourist Attraction at the 2019 Tasmanian Tourism Awards.
It was our very great pleasure recently to host Ernie Dingo and his crew aboard the West Coast Wilderness Railway.
The West Coast Wilderness Railway is slowly but surely being recognised as one of the world’s iconic train journeys.
The Drewry Diesel engines are part of the story of the Mt Lyell Mining and Railway Company since their purchase in 1953
The West Coast Wilderness Railway is proud to be named a finalist in the 2018 Tasmanian Tourism Awards.
We were thrilled to be featured in a recent campaign to highlight the community benefits of the tourism industry
We are thrilled to have won the award for best Attraction or Experience at the Cradle Coast Regional Tourism Awards
The West Coast Wilderness Railway Museum at Queenstown Station has been fully refurbished..
A rare sight greeted visitors and passengers at Queenstown Station, home of the West Coast Wilderness Railway recently
Our new Footplate Experience is your opportunity to ride the steam loco cabin alongside the driver and fireman.
The West Coast Wilderness Railway was named the region's leading tourism attraction