The Historic Gympie Station, Tozer Street is a traditional Queensland building which has been fully restored to its former glory.
Make sure you leave plenty of time to explore The Station which will house a museum sharing stories of the Mary Valley Railway line and its people.
A gift shop and a café / restaurant showcasing the bountiful local produce of the Mary Valley are sure to satisfy you. You can even purchase a bottle of wine and a cheese platter to enjoy aboard the carriage as you gently travel through the scenic countryside and across the Mary River and into the Valley.
Step aboard one of our meticulously restored trains and travel along the tracks that have been brought back to life. Sit back, relax and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Mary Valley.
Your journey passes through the small town of Dagun, home to a beautiful heritage station. The afternoon run stops at this station where the locals host community markets and wine and cheese tasting from local producers found in the Mary Valley.
Nestled in the centre of the Mary Valley, Amamoor is an historic town bordered by Amamoor State Forest and a Forest Reserve which is home to more than 120 species of birds. Here the train will turn around on the restored turntable. You can watch this fascinating process or explore the quaint community of Amamoor.
The Historic Gympie Station is scheduled to open in December 2017.
The train journey through the Mary Valley is scheduled to commence in Autumn 2018.