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Kerrisdale Mountain Railway

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“andrew”(8 reviews)
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Tourist railway and steam museum in the foot of the Tallarook Ranges, approximately one hour North of Melbourne CBD. The 2 foot (610 mm) railway has a 35 minute return train journey to 'Summit Station' with panoramic views of the whole of the Upper...more
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7523 Goulburn Valley Hwy | (Watch for the Brown Tourist Signs Halfway Between Seymour and Yea), Kerrisdale, Victoria 3660, Australia
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Reviewed 24 February 2014

Occasionally, we all stumble across hidden gems around Victoria. Kerrisdale Mountain Railway is one of those. Located just out of Seymour, KMR brings out the kid in all of us. From the time you arrive, owners Andrew and Jennifer go out of their way to...More

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Reviewed 7 October 2018

This is the private passion of Andrew & his wife. If you at all interested in the engineering & The most accommodating couple to personally show you through every facet of the museum , the work shop & ride the train to view the surrounding...More

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Jennifer F, Volunteer at Kerrisdale Mountain Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 8 October 2018

Thank you very much for your review, we are glad you all enjoyed our little piece of 'paradise' :) Happy and safe biking, Andrew and Jennifer. Of course we will see you again sometime.

Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile

Andrew and his wife are really passionate about the railway. You really have to see this big kid project which took 20 years to build. Andrew give you a great experience on the train, full of history of the sounding area. Would highly recommend if...More

Thank Sahil B
Jennifer F, Owner at Kerrisdale Mountain Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 6 August 2018

Sahil, thank you very much for your comments, we always try to make everyones experience here an enjoyable one :)

Reviewed 25 July 2018

I am the mother of 4 boys and we were visiting our second son and his family with 3 boys; we found this little railway whilst researching a place to have high tea (for the women of the family!). We drove up from Melbourne that...More

Thank Susan57Perth
Jennifer F, Owner at Kerrisdale Mountain Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2018

It was a true pleasure to meet your extend family, and we are always ready to help :) Jennifer and Andrew

Reviewed 28 January 2018 via mobile

This is a must. A small gauge railway line with a museum. There is lots to see and the owners are welcoming and very knowledgeable. Ride the train it is a fun experience.

Thank Tracey L
Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

Whilst visiting this marvelous part of Victoria, we found the Kerrisdale Mountain Railway and how lucky we were to be in the area on an operating day. Amazing infrastructure built over 40 years in incredible majestic scenery. An amazing way to spend a few hours....More

Thank Sonya B
Reviewed 14 February 2016 via mobile

Looking for something to do on a Sunday morning and found this place on Trip Advisor. About 1.5 hours from Melbourne. Once off the Hume beautiful journey to get here. Arrived at 11.30 and had the tour personally by Andrew. It was fascinating and he...More

Thank 445nikkic
Reviewed 25 January 2016

Just a terrific little spot along the Goulburn Valley Highway. Full of character and history. Andrew & Jennifer have collected quite a few rail antiques & collectibles from all over the place and they continue to maintain the rail, the museum and locomotives with dedication...More

Thank Mishky1
Reviewed 28 December 2015 via mobile

We phoned and booked our carriage for 4. Our sons are 3 year olds. Andrew and Jennifer are wonderful hosts. We brought our tickets and the waited for the train to leave, was allowed photos in the engine carriage and the kids were engaged. Was...More

2  Thank alaina A
Reviewed 28 April 2015

It was a dull Sunday morning and we were a bit doubtful about this visit. Should we? Should we not? Well, it was well worth the time. Arriving at a real station, buying train tickets at the small station. Had tea and buiscuits. Train arrived...More

Thank Inez B
Reviewed 20 April 2015

We gave them very little notice to accommodate 35 adults and kids. No dramas. The weather cleared up in the afternoon (Jennifer said it would!) and it was an absolute highlight to what was a great family weekend. It is fascinating and just plain pleasant....More

Thank Kerry H
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