Locomotive hauled 'Dream Come True' train
Red Hen rail motors at Loch station
Locomotive hauled 'Dream Come True' train at Nyora
Korumburra Station 1914
Korumburra Locomotive Shed 1914
Works gang transport at SGR

South Gippsland Tourist Railway

Address: Station St, Korumburra, Victoria 3950

Phone: 03 5658 1111  |  Mobile: 0431 684 981  |  Fax: 03 5658 1511  

Email: info@sgr.org.au
Web: sgr.org.au

Travel through the rolling hills of the Strzelecki Ranges on Heritage rolling stock. We regularly run Victorian 1928 Diesel Electric Rail Motors, 1955 South Australian Red Hen rail Motors and Victorian 1950's Y class locomotive hauling passenger cars constructed in 1910 and 1926.

Take a tour through the 1908 built heritage listed Korumburra Station. Enjoy a cuppa in the refreshment room on train running days. A train trip to Leongatha to visit a cafe or a park is a nice way to spend a Sunday.

Charter trains for groups, parties, weddings, workplace functions and tour groups are available.

South Gippsland Tourist Railway is the home of the Dream Come True Program where you get to drive the train.

Let your children or grandchildren experience what train travel used to be like. Opening windows, the clickety clack of the rails and the gentle rocking motion. On the rail motors a view out the front or the rear windows of the train is a novelty for children.

Wildlife such as wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas and wombats live in the bush along the line. You might spot a fox or wave to the cows who are happily grazing in the lush grassy hills. There are parks close to Leongatha station. A beautiful park with excellent playground and picnic facilities is a short walk from the station. Ask for a map when you purchase your train ticket.

The train goes along at a leisurely pace allowing you to enjoy the scenery, look at the farming activities and arrive relaxed at the towns of Korumburra or Leongatha.

The South Gippsland Railway operates between Korumburra and Leongatha over a 15 kilometre section of the former Great Southern Railway which once stretched almost 250 kilometres from Melbourne through Korumburra, Leongatha, Foster and Yarram to Woodside.

Content: South Gippsland Tourist Railway

Cost

TypeValid fromValid toEntry cost($)

Adult return trip between Korumburra and Leongatha

Tickets for the round trip between the two stations are $18 for adults and $11 for seniors and children. Family tickets for two adults and three children are $58. Entry to museum is free. Donations are accepted for self-service beverages in the refreshment room.

01/12/1431/12/14$18.00

Payment methods accepted

Cash Only 

Cancellation and booking policy

Groups of more than ten people are advised to let us know in advance on 03 5658 1111. Tickets may be purchased on the day of travel. Charters and Dream Come True experiences should be booked as far in advance as possible.

Local directions

From Melbourne, via the Monash freeway, then take the South Gippsland Highway to Korumburra. Turn left at the top of the hill after the shopping strip, go over the bridge then turn left again. From Wonthaggi or Inverloch take the Korumburra Road, turn right at the main street (Commerce St.) then turn left at Bridge St at the top of the hill. Go over the bridge then turn left again.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Catering
  • Child activities
  • Coach parking
  • Conference/convention facilities
  • First aid equipment
  • Kiosk
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet

Activities

  • Train ride

Opening hours

Please call prior to your visit to ensure the train is running. Certain events such as extreme weather may cause delays or cancellations. Please call if you would like to find out what kind of train is operating the day you visit.

Disabled access

The toilets are old fashioned and are only accessible to small wheelchairs. Ramps and assistance are provided for people with walking frames or small wheelchairs to enter the train.

How to get here

Gippsland

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