Calendar of Events

Great Rail Experiences Tasmania Facebook Page

Feb
1
Thu
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 1 @ 10:00 am – Sep 26 @ 5:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
2
Fri
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – Sep 27 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
3
Sat
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am – Sep 28 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
4
Sun
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 4 @ 10:00 am – Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
5
Mon
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 5 @ 10:00 am – Sep 30 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
6
Tue
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 6 @ 10:00 am – Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
7
Wed
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 7 @ 10:00 am – Oct 2 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
8
Thu
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 8 @ 10:00 am – Oct 3 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
9
Fri
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 9 @ 10:00 am – Oct 4 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)

Feb
10
Sat
2018
Most southern rail in Australia @ Ida Bay Railway
Feb 10 @ 10:00 am – Oct 5 @ 4:00 pm

FEB 1st to April 30th 2018
Seven Days
10AM – 12PM – 2PM

The Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush “tramway” in Tasmania…. and Australia’s Southern-Most Railway, located at 328 Lune River Road, Lune River Tasmania (Australia).

The Malcolm Moore Locomotives are painted in a distinctive Red and yellow design. Several of the passenger carriages are built on bogie flat wagons built in the 1890s and some of the earliest bogie wagons in Australia.

At the Lune River Station, in Far South Tasmania, you can still see relics of the limestone carrying days in the form of wagons and machinery.

The railway line itself is over 7 kms long so please allow 2 hours for the return trip.

(see website for more details of the journey!)