Tenterfield Railway Station Museum
|(02) 6736 2223|
Tenterfield NSW 2372
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The station was opened in 1886 by Lord Carrington, Govenor of New South Wales and officially named "The Great Northern Terminus". It was described as being "one of the most extensive and handsome buildings on the Northern Line". One of a kind, the Railway museum features railway memorabillia, stunning platform gardens, heritage rail vehicles and a magificent model railway display. The whole family will love it.
7 days a week.
9am - 4pm
$7.50 adults, $4 children under 15yrs.