Looking toward Strath Creek

Kerrisdale Mountain Railway Easter Steamfest

19 - 21 April 2014
1 - 3 November 2014

Address: Kerrisdale Mountain Railway and Museum, 7523 Goulburn Valley Highway, Kerrisdale, Victoria 3660

Phone: 04 0782 3739  |  Mobile: 0407 823 739  

Email: douglas@eck.net.au
Web: kerrisdalemtnrailway.com.au/index.php/blog

The Kerrisdale Mountain Railway Easter Steamfest is a fun filled day for all the family and an event not to be missed.

The two foot gauge tourist railway in the foothills of the Tallarook Ranges (one hour North of Melbourne), offers spectacular views, fully operational steam museum with visiting engines.

Trains will run every hour between 11am and 3pm with 35 minute return train journey to 'Summit Station' with a panorama of the whole of the Upper Goulburn Valley followed by a demonstration of all the engines.

Festival attractions include kiosk, treats for the children, fun for all the family, disabled facilities, home made rock cakes all day, luncheon/drink package available and friendly volunteers. Bookings are essential for this very popular Easter Steamfest & the Melbourne Cup Weekend Steamfest.

Kerrisdale Mountain Railway have featured as No. 69 in the RACV 101 Tourism Awards, also on 'Postcards' on three occasions, with visitors visiting many times. They pride themselves on making your visit a special time.

Please check the website for more details or phone to make a booking. You will find Kerrisdale Mountain Railway halfway between Seymour and Yea, watch for the brown tourist signs.

Content: Kerrisdale Mountain Railway & Museum Inc.


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35 minute train journey and museum/workshop tour included




Concession (Pensioner/Health Care card)


Payment methods accepted

Cash Only 

Cancellation and booking policy

No EFTPOS facilities


  • Car park
  • Child activities
  • Coach parking
  • Access with assistance for the disabled
  • Parking for the disabled
  • Toilet facilities for the disabled
  • Entertainment
  • Kiosk
  • Shaded area
  • Sheltered area

Opening hours

Saturday to Monday
Event runs from 11am to 4pm


  • Australian Regional Tourism Network

Disabled access

Parking for disabled, disabled toilet, rubber coated ramps for access to any of the carriages, and helpful and friendly volunteers.

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