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Yarra Valley Railway

The Yarra Valley has a special tourist railway popularly known as the Yarra Valley Railway which operates on a part of the main railway section of the former Healesville railway.

These days, this scenic railway connects the popular tourist town of Healesville to Tunnel Hill.

Yarra Valley Railway Tourist Train Healesville, Victoria

The Yarra Valley Railway chiefly services the north-eastern region of the Yarra Ranges. Presently, the railway is widely used by visitors to travel between Healesville to Tunnel Hill, crossing the Watts River, under the Donovan’s Road overbridge and through the historic tunnel at Tarrawarra Winery.

This tourist railway was first introduced in 2010 and was a local initiative to reconstruct the former railway transport system in Healesville and its neighbourhoods. The project also includes several reconstruction plans for both the Lilydale and Yarra Glen Railway systems.

Visitors to the towns of Healesville and Lilydale are encouraged to take the scenic railway and explore the nearby attractions. While on your tour, enjoy the gorgeous views of the scenic mountainous landscape and vineyards.

For your convenience, a timetable is attached below. If you wish to book accommodation in the Yarra Valley, click on the link below to find the best accommodation deals.

Address
Healesville-Kinglake Rd
Healesville, VIC

Operating Hours
10am - 4pm

A round trip departs Healesville station every hour from 10am to 4pm. Check timetable image above.

Phone
(03) 5962 2490

Ticket Prices / Admission
Adult: $18
Child (3-16yrs): $12
Concession: $16

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