Historical Train Ride

Gentle touch the silence of the pristine forest with railway horn, while journey through the magnificent bush with lush fern gullies brushing past and blue gum trees towering overhead, parents and grandparents can step back in time and relive their own childhood memories, as much enjoying this authentic experience, the next generation could also learn this unforgettable part of Tasmania history about the quarry and forestry while visiting our history keeping room.



The scenic water view is superb. This family friendly historical train journey takes you from the Ida Bay station to the silver Elliot’s beach though thick forest along water edge, all of you will enjoy the scenery, confront the bird life and friendly wild animals, just name a few, black swan, white sea eagles, wood ducks, kangaroo, Tasmania devil, and perhaps spot a seal or whale swimming alongside the shoreline, you could take this wonderful opportunity to relax and breathe.

There are a lot to see and do in the very private forest conjunction with the sea and beach. You choose to do bush walking track to Southport Lagoon and Southport Bluff where the King George III monument which commemorates the 134 lives lost in the sinking of the convict ship in 1835; you can also choose to keep relaxed and have a super BBQ with the superb scenic water view and follow up with activities on the silver beach or in the jade blue pristine water. 

Just tick the option to Stay Back, and you can return with the train at next session. 

BBQ facilities and GAS bottles are available if you choose to Stay Back or go All Day Long. 

(No warranty for this booking! The trip will only start if there are more than 6 passengers booked for the session. In case the minimum requirement not meet, you can request to transfer to the other session, retain as credit for other service, or a full refund will be provided without any compensation)

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Type of Ride

Ride Harmony, Ride Romance


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