Walhalla Goldfields Railway
Book your next journey
Thinking of travelling on one of Australia’s most spectacular railway journeys?
Whether you visit with friends or family, perhaps take an international visitor to see the beauty of Gippsland, spend a birthday with us or bring your club or school group to enjoy a fabulous day out in Walhalla – climb aboard and book now.
The Walhalla Goldfields Railway is delighted to offer our visitors the chance to book online using our simple and streamlined BOOKING FORM.
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Passengers who choose GOLD PASS receive 10% discount off the normal ticket price of both Walhalla Goldfields Railway and the Long Tunnel Extended Gold mine
Use your unique GOLD PASS on the special days of entry into both tourism attractions – Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday along with some public holidays and special events (check the booking calendar for dates)– you can start your tour at either end of town!
We can’t wait to see you as we celebrate Walhalla Gold.
Groups and private charters
Our team at the Walhalla Goldfields Railway can offer you the private and exclusive use of this spectacular train journey on any of our days when scheduled trains are NOT running. No matter how many guests or corporate colleagues, our private charters start at a minimum of $700 for up to 78 passengers although more can be accommodated – just call us at the station and a team member will help you plan and organise your day.
We welcome all groups and parties and can tailor your trip and our services to suit.
Call the office on (03) 51 65 62 80 to check availability and to discuss details.
Next time you take a trip on the Walhalla Goldfields Railway, ask to join the KOOKABURRA KIDS CLUB (free to ALL children up to the age of 10 – no personal details held) and receive your FREE sticker. Look for them in our gullies and treetops along your train journey to Thomson Station.
Did you know Kookaburras usually eat small animals like mice, small birds, lizards and snakes, living in family groups around our mountain region? Young kookaburras help their parents to hunt and care for the smaller birds – they are best known for their loud call, which sounds a bit like laughter. Listen out and tell us how many you see or hear as a devoted Kookaburra Club member.
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