Well priced and very interesting rail trip through the rainforest of south west Tasmania. Staff very knowledgeable and engaging.
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We travelled Strahan to Queenstown return on the West Coast Wilderness Railway We travelled in the Wilderness Carriage that included Sparkling wine or juice on boarding then Canapés of smoked salmon , latter scones Jam and cream Tea coffee and hot chocolate was free and...More
We as a family enjoyed the train ride, it was a wonderful day. Staff were friendly and very helpful in answering any questions and were full of fun and interesting facts along the journey.
The best tour we did in Tasmania. We did the river and rainforest half day trip. The staff and drivers were beyond great, going out of their way to make us feel comfortable and catered to. It wasn't a typical tour with generic information, our...More
Went on the train from Strahan to Queenstown and return, great ride, entertaining hostess the views were fantastic, we even saw a wedge tail eagle, did some gold panning along the way and tasted some honey. even though it was cold and wet and we...More
We were part of a large private group who rode the train from Strahan to Queenstown. Despite the rainy cold weather, the trip was well worth the effort. Our crew was so very friendly and knowledgeable. A must see when visiting Western Tasmania.
My husband and I went on the half day tour and absolutely loved it! The host was lovely and very informative and the food was delicious and the sights spectacular. We will be going back with our kids in tow next time!
Yes, a Tasmanian I may be, but having travelled the world extensively I can objectively say that the Wildeness Railway experience is world class. We have travelled on this unique railway three times in recent years, in different seasons and conditions and I can honestly...More
Do yourself a favour and make time for this fabulous train trip out of Queenstown. We stayed at Strahan the night before ( went on the Gordon River trip while there) just a 45 minute drive to the Wilderness Train Station. We went up to...More