The award winning West coast Wilderness Railway is now back on line after a short interruption to services in October.
Tasmania’s West Coast Wilderness Railway has resumed full services between Strahan and Queenstown after conducting repairs to the track following damaging landslides in the area. Inspections of the railway are conducted daily to ensure full safety and comfort for all passengers and staff.
The 35km railway journey, which has already won several national awards, was named Tasmania’s best Tourism Attraction in the Tasmanian Tourism Awards on November 2. The railway takes visitors on a journey into history, telling the inspiring stories of the pioneers who built the railway along steep-sided gorges, through hand-hewn rock cuttings and across a wild river more than 100 years ago.
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