Daylesford Spa Country Railway
Our restored heritage trains take you for a ride through the beautiful scenic countryside and forest of the Central Highlands, to the highest operating railway station in Victoria.
South Gippsland Tourist Railway
The South Gippsland Railway runs a collection of historical diesel locomotives and railcars between Leongatha, Korumburra and Nyora along a section of former Victorian Railways mainline. The steep and windy track skirts its way along the hills of the beautiful Strezlecki Ranges, with spectacular views across Gippsland and towards Phillip Island and the Wonthaggi coast.
Bellarine Peninsula Railway
A 16km journey on the Bellarine Railway is a unique and historic experience linking Drysdale on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula with the seaside township at Queenscliff. The Bellarine Railway is all about heritage steam trains. We have a current fleet of 10 locomotives, and a number of these are operational at any one time. You will have the opportunity to ride behind locomotives from each Australian state, and sometimes in unique combinations such as a Tasmanian locomotive, teamed with a Western Australian locomotive hauling a train of heritage carriages from Tasmania and Queensland.
Pichi Richi Railway
Pichi Richi Railway is an operating museum, operating regular heritage train journeys on the oldest remaining section of the famous narrow-gauge old Ghan railway. Pichi Richi Railway is located at Quorn, in South Australia's Flinders Ranges. Trains depart from Quorn and Port Augusta. The railway is operated, maintained and managed by its dedicated volunteer members.
Puffing Billy Railway
Australia's century-old steam train is still running on its original mountain track from Belgrave to Gembrook in the scenic Dandenong Ranges, just 40 km east of Melbourne, Victoria.
Zig Zag Railway
Prime preserved tourist railway in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales.
Pacific National (Australia)
Pacific National is Australia's largest private rail freight business. Operating in all states and the Northern Territory, Pacific National is a transport leader, delivering investment, innovation and growth in rail to provide the competitive answer for transport customers.
QR National (Australia)
QR National is the largest rail freight haulage operator in Australia by tonnes hauled, operating in key freight sectors and supply chains across the country. We are focused primarily on large, heavy haul rail tasks such as the transportation of coal, iron ore, other minerals, agricultural products and general freight as well as containerised freight. QR National also operates and manages approximately 2,300km of largely dedicated and purpose built, heavy haul rail infrastructure, known as the Central Queensland Coal Network (CQCN), under 99 year lease arrangements with the State (Queensland Treasury Holdings Pty Ltd (QTH), the Department of Transport and Main Roads and Queensland Rail) which commenced in July 2010. It also provides a range of specialist rail engineering, construction and maintenance services. QR National has business operations in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.
RailCorp - Rail Corporation New South Wales (Australia)
Rail Corporation New South Wales (RailCorp) provides metropolitan passenger rail services via CityRail and long distance services via CountryLink. RailCorp is responsible for the safe operation, crewing and maintenance of passenger trains and stations. We also own and maintain the metropolitan rail network and provide access to freight operators in the metropolitan area.
ARTC - Australian Rail Track Corporation
The Australian Rail Track Corporation Ltd (ARTC) was created after the Commonwealth and State Governments agreed in 1997 to the formation of a 'one stop' shop for all operators seeking access to the National interstate rail network. ARTC currently has responsibility for the management of over 10,000 route kilometres of standard gauge interstate track, in South Australia , Victoria and Western Australia , and New South Wales . ARTC also manages the Hunter Valley Coal Rail network in New South Wales (311 km) and other regional rail links in New South Wales (651 km).