STEAM TRAIN TICKETS FOR 2018 are now on sale
The Wattle Festival offers you three opportunities to travel by steam train.
- The Morning Train – Flinders Street Station to Hursbridge
- Shuttle Rides (all day at the festival) – Travel between Hurstbridge and Eltham return.
- The Night Train – Hurstbridge to Flinders Street Station
NOTE – There will be limited tickets available at the train station for each of the shuttles. We highly recommend buying your tickets online at the links below
1. Morning Train – Flinders Street Station to Hurstbridge
The Steam train will commence its journey from Flinders Street at 9.10am and arrive at historic Hurstbridge Township at 10.25am.
To experience the historic journey from Flinders Street to Hurstbridge you’ll have to be quick as tickets will sell fast.
As well as buying online, you can purchase your tickets over the phone by calling 1300 141 446. Tickets must be pre-booked, no ticket sales on the day for the morning train.
Flinders Street to Hurstbridge (One way journey):
|Child||$10 (prep to Year 12)|
|Flinders Street||Depart: 09:10am|
2. Steam Train Shuttle Rides – Hurstbridge -Eltham-Hurstbridge
Plan your trip and book early. A limited number of shuttle tickets will also be available at Hurstbridge Station on the day of the festival, but these will sell out really fast.
Cost: $12.00 per person for the Hurstbridge to Eltham return journey (children under school age free of charge). Passengers must start and end their journey from Hurstbridge Station
|Train Number||Depart from Hurstbridge||Return to Hurstbridge|
3. The Night Train – Hurstbridge to Flinders Street
Watch the sparks fly on this romantic, inspiring journey by night. Travel by steam train from Hurstbridge into Flinders Street Melbourne.
Tickets for the night train can also be pre-purchased online or a limited number will be available at the Hurstbridge Station on the day.
|Flinders Street||Arrive 8.00 pm|
The Steam Train
Steamrail Victoria (SRV) have been appointed to supply the K class steam locomotive and carriages to make the historic journey from Flinders Street to Hurstbridge laden with eager festival goers. For more detailed information about the steam locomotive and carriages go to: www.steamrail.com.au