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A beautiful way to spend 2-3 hours. Come for the markets, then catch the train which takes an hour round trip. After it returns, have some lunch. It is an incredibly cute and romantic way to spend some time.
We joined the monthly Silver Streak food and wine train on Saturday evening and had a fantastic time. We loved the entertainment, the food was much better than we'd have expected for the price, and the champagne was liberally topped up. The best thing is...More
I had not visited for a while and was anxious to see the newly built station at the Passing Clouds winery and ride the recently restored railmotor (70 years old), RM32. Our ride took us from Daylesford to Bullarto and return and stopped at Passing...More
Our adventure started at 5:30pm at Daylesford station when we were issued our yellow card tickets (hope they will actually get stamped at some point!) and offered an aperitif … "yes please" to a dry sherry each.
Time for plenty of photos on the old...More
Went on this train trip. Finger food was served. There wasn't a lot, but as much alcohol or soft drink as you like. There wasnt a lot to see on the trip as you travel through the country side but the scenery was nice. The...More
This is the location of the weekly Daylesford Market which we enjoyed.
One can go on historic train rides like a champagne ride on the Silver Streak or visit the museum and watch the videos.
The fleet comprises a trains from the mid 1920s to...More
After exploring the large Sunday market at the Daylesford railway station we decided to embark on the historical train ride to Bullarto and return. The restored diesel rail motor is operated by a bunch of retired railway enthusiasts who obviously enjoy their Sunday activity. The...More
Arrived at the Daylesford Sunday market and noticed the restored Diesel rail motor. The trip cost $15 adult and lasted about an hour travelling to Bullarto, the highest railway station in Victoria. Carriage holds 19 first class and 35 second class passengers. A memorable experience.