West Coast Wilderness Railway Museum

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The West Coast Wilderness Railway Museum at Queenstown Station has been fully refurbished to better reflect the history or the Railway.
Using a combination of original authentic artifacts and informative displays, the museum recognises all those who have played a part in the Railway’s story, from its original construction in the 1890s as a means of getting minerals from the mines of Queenstown to the port of Strahan, to its renewal in more recent times as one of the region’s major tourism attractions.
Entry to the museum is free and it is open daily, with opening hours reflecting those of the adjacent station ticketing office, gift shop and Tracks Cafe.


Australian Tourism Accreditation Cafe Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Coach Parking Disabled access available Enquiry Desk Family Friendly Free Wifi Interpretive Centre Non Smoking Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Shop Wheelchair access


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