Head office: Maydena Station 3 Mayne street, Maydena. Tasmania. 7140

Ticket prices


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Rail re-use

Rail re-use

Maydena to Florentine: Ride 1.

Return Distance: 4.8km

Adults $30 each

Seniors $25 each

Family A $70 -two adults & two children 

Family B $50 -one adult and one child

Extra *children $15 each.

(*children 1-15 years old)

** special price may apply to single rider

Maydena to Pig & Whistle: Ride 2.

Return Distance: 8km

Adults $35 each

Seniors $30 each

Family A $80 -two adults & two children

Family B $50 -one adult and one child

Extra *children $15 each.

(*children 1-15 years old)

** special price may apply to single rider.

National Park to Newbury: Ride 3.

Return Distance: 7km

Adults $30 each

Seniors $25 each

Family A $80 -two adults & two children

Family B $50 -one adult and one child

Extra *children $15 each.

(*children 1-15 years old)

** special price may apply to single rider

National Park to Stephens’ bridge: Ride 4.

Return Distance: 12km

Adults $40 each

Seniors $30 each

Family A $90 -two adults & two children

Family B $55 -one adult and one child

Extra *children $15 each.

(*children 1-15 years old)

** special price may apply to single rider.

Please reserve seats  24 hours prior.

You can text your bookings to Geoff on 0427 206 864.

or email: bookings@railtrackriders.com.au (texting is quicker!)

Our rail stations are located at:

Maydena station at 3 Mayne Street, Maydena.

National Park station at 11 Lake Dobson Road, National Park.   

*Seating is limited at both stations* 

*Maydena Station rider seating = 8 adult, 4 children seats only*

*National Park Station rider seating = 8 adult,  4 children seats only*

If weather – (rain or wind) is forecast on the day of your booking, we ask you to call us for a weather condition update

Company addresses:

3 Mayne street, Maydena. Tasmania. 7140

11 Lake Dobson Road, Mt Field National Park. Tasmania 7140

Our Company email: mail@railtrackriders.com.au

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A Community tourism project by Maydena Community Association Inc.