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 Trevor on 0473 791 178

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 = 6 adult, 3 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.