It’s where the road meets the rails. The Mary Valley Rattler and Gympie Auto Group have partnered to help promote the Gympie region to potential visitors. Duncan Cooper owner of Gympie Motor Group has provided a Kia Seltos to the Mary Valley Rattler team to help them get out and about and convey the good
The Mary Valley Rattler and Sunshine Coast Attractions have banded together with an initiative to support fundraising efforts with the fires still blazing in Australia. Mary Valley Rattler Safety and HR Manager Julia Avis knows all too well the impact that monies raised make in times of natural disasters such as this. “As a volunteer
The Mary Valley Rattler today released their first audited financials since the commencement of operations. General Manager Micheal Green is pleased with the results to date. “Our first year of operations has seen the Mary Valley Rattler brand grow from strength to strength. We have been seen on Sunrise, The Great day Out and Queensland
The Queensland tourism industry recognised the accomplishments of the Sunshine State’s most extraordinary tourism operators and individuals at the 2019 Queensland Tourism Awards on Friday 8th November. Mary Valley Rattler General Manager Mike Green was in attendance at the awards ceremony. “I am very proud to formally announce our Silver award at the Queensland Tourism Awards.
Rattler Railway Company are pleased to announce the appointment of Micheal Green as General Manager of the Mary Valley Rattler following his tenure as Acting General Manager since May 2019. Mr. Green has been with the Mary Valley Rattler since September 2018, originally appointed as the Assets and Operations Manager. Over that time the not
The Mary Valley Rattler has been celebrating the success of their volunteers this month, as Gympie locals Tony Hallam and Roger Stierli become Class 1 Steam Train Drivers. Rising through the grades from guards to drivers, these men are only the 2nd and 3rd persons to qualify as Class 1 Drivers at the Rattler Railway
Volunteer Garden Coordinator Jude Casey has a busy job potting, planting and pruning at the historic Gympie Station to maintain the plants and flowers at the Station which is home to the Mary Valley Rattler. The heritage Station has been brought back to its former glory with many local hands and businesses on board over