Trade information

On this page you will find information, itineraries, timetables, fare sheets and other resources to assist trade partners to communicate and convert bookings for the West Coast Wilderness Railway.

Following recent announcements regarding access for our passenger journeys along the more remote areas of our line, we are pleased to launch our 24/25 timetable.

The timetable centres around our two newer experiences, the Lynchford Express from Queenstown and Teepookana and the King from Strahan.

During this timetable period, we will not resume our Rack and Gorge experience from Queenstown, or River and Rainforest journey from Strahan.

Travel Trade Educational Presentation

West Coast Wilderness Railway Travel Trade Presentation


Image library - Please credit West Coast Wilderness Railway when using these images

YouTube channel - Includes video highlights for each journey

Journey fact sheet - Lynchford Express

Journey fact sheet - Teepookana and the King

Journey fact sheet - Rack & Gorge

Journey fact sheet - River & Rainforest

West Coast Wilderness Railway consumer brochure

Sample Itineraries

6 day journey through Tasmania's Western Wilds

7 day exploration of Tassie's north west and west coast region

7 day itinerary from Launceston to the west coast

Trade Rates

The following links detail our retail rates. For nett rates, please email sales@wcwr.com.au.

24/25 Retail Rates

Departure Timetable

24/25 Trade Timetable

Important Information

Click here for up to date terms and conditions.

West Coast Wilderness Railway offers two classes of carriage for our passengers to choose from. Each carriage provides picture windows, heating and cooling, and upholstered seating to maximise the comfort of our passengers.

Heritage carriages seat up to 40 passengers in booth seating throughout the carriage.

Wilderness carriages seat up to 26 passengers in booth seating with tables between the seats. A light food and beverage service is served throughout the journey and passengers are welcome to access and use the carriage balcony.

Our guides provide live commentary throughout each journey and work hard to bring our unique heritage story to life. Summaries of the commentary and safety sheets are also provided in Simplified Chinese, French and German.


For everyone's safety during an emergency, passengers must be able to climb off the carriage independently and walk a short distance along uneven ground. WCWR asks passengers to carefully consider their own health and fitness levels before committing to their journey.

Passengers with limited mobility are welcome onboard WCWR, however, we have limited available storage onboard for mobility aids and space must be booked in advance. Large aids, such as electric wheelchairs are not able to be accommodated onboard. Please contact our Ticketing Team to discuss any individual needs and ensure that we can suitably and safely accommodate your clients' needs.



Driving Distance
Cradle Mountain to Queenstown

110km | 1hr 30 mins

(Queenstown to Strahan 41km | 45 mins)

Driving Distance
Devonport to Queenstown

181km | 2hrs 35 mins

(Queenstown to Strahan 41km | 45 mins)

Driving Distance
Hobart to Queenstown

260km | 3hrs 40 mins

(Queenstown to Strahan 41km | 45 mins)

Driving Distance
Launceston to Queenstown

296km | 3hrs 30 mins

(Queenstown to Strahan 41km | 45 mins)