North Bundaberg Railway Station. Courtesy of Bundaberg Railway Historical Society Inc. Photo: Jim Morris

North Bundaberg Railway Museum

This museum is the preserved original North Bundaberg Railway Station, built in 1881. This Railway Historical Museum is a train-buffs haven with memorabilia, signal cabin, guard’s van, old rolling stock, miniature diesel loco, ganger shed and more.

Useful information

28 Station Street, North Bundaberg, QLD
Ticketed

Features

Toilets
Guided tours by request

Opening hours

MondayClosed
Tuesday9am – 2.30pm
WednesdayClosed
Thursday9am – 2.30pm
FridayClosed
Saturday9am – 2.30pm
SundayClosed

More information about North Bundaberg Railway Museum…

Bundaberg’s first railway station, built in 1881 was used as an outlet for the Mt Perry railway bringing copper from the mines. Now it is preserved as a Museum displaying photos, uniforms and catering items, office records, engine driver’s manuals, tools, timetables and rule books.

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