The Oberon to Tarana branch railway line was Oberon’s lifeline from 1923 until its operation was suspended in 1979. The branch line was largely responsible for turning the village into the vibrant town of Oberon, NSW.
Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway Inc. is working towards re-establishing the branch line to operational standard and operating a tourist train attraction in the future.
The Oberon Station Precinct is located one block off Oberon’s main street in North Street. (Turn at Shell garage). Entrance is in North Street.
Visitors to the Oberon Station precinct can expect:
To hear about the Oberon branch line history directly from enthusiasts; OTHR’s vision for the future, Tour the1923 PC3 Heritage Railway Station. Oberon Branch Line Museum.
1897 American style End Platform Carriages. Vintage Diesel Locomotives. Vintage Track Maintenance Vehicles.
Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Enquiry Desk Family Friendly Food and Refreshments History & Heritage International Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre