West Coast Wilderness Railway
1 Driffield Street, Queenstown
From $110 per person*Contact us to book
Wilderness in comfort - Built in 1896 to transport ore from Queenstown’s mines to the port of Strahan, the West Coast Wilderness Railway now carries visitors through Tasmania’s western wilderness in style aboard historic carriages pulled by meticulously restored steam engines. You’ll travel through rainforests, cross wild rivers and mountain gorges, enjoying spectacular views while listening to fascinating commentary about the region’s rich and colourful past.
Choice of tours and carriages - A range of full and half-day tours have options to include activities such as heritage tours, white water rafting and scenic helicopter flights. Guests on each tour have the choice of travelling either in our stylish Wilderness Carriage (complete with balcony), where they receive a complimentary glass of sparkling wine on arrival and delicious Tasmanian produce throughout the journey, or in our beautifully restored Heritage carriages with drinks and snacks available for purchase along the way.