A Musical Night at the Museum
Enjoy a twilight Christmas party at the Canberra Railway Museum. Relax to the tune of Clancy Music Productions while enjoying the unique ambiance of the museum. Meet Santa and the elves, ride the vintage railmotor and tour the exhibits.
Saturday, 21 December 2013
4:00pm to 9:00pm
Cunningham Street, Kingston, ACT
Tickets: Adults $10, Children and concession $6, Children under 4 free.
Call: 02 6232 6405
Australia Day Long Distance Train to Sydney Harbour
Come with us to Sydney to enjoy Australia Day. We give you all this without the worry of hard-to-get overnight accommodation and parking. In fact, we'll take you there and back with a minimum fuss and we also offer an exclusive package that includes our own privately chartered cruise boat so that you can see all the spectacular action from the best vantage point — on the harbour itself! Join us aboard the two deck catamaran Southern Star. Early bird package tour fares are available if you book and pay by 1st December 2013.
Christmas Party Dinner-Dance Trains
Have an 'on-the-rails' Christmas Party this year!
Enjoy your Christmas Party aboard a heritage dinner train to Tarago and return. It's a great way to blow off end of year blues or to revitalise and thank staff for all their hard work during the year.
Enjoy a delicious three-course dinner in a unique venue with a short stop at Tarago, then music and dancing in the lounge car on the way home.
Market Day Trains To Bungendore
Take a trip back in time aboard one of our heritage trains. Be fascinated by the wide range of scenery the train travels through en-route to Bungendore. Arrival time in Bungendore is a little after midday and you have two and half hours to explore this charming village, which has many different specialty shops, galleries and a number of cafes and restaurants to dine in. Alternatively, pack a picnic and enjoy the outdoors.
Sunday Afternoon Bungendore Express
We start our journey at Canberra Railway Station, Burke Cres, Kingston, stopping at Queanbeyan Station along the way. From there we climb northwards through the rugged Molonglo Gorge and the two Pine Range tunnels, crossing the Queanbeyan and Molonglo Rivers.