Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway

The railway precinct is open to the public on the first Saturday of the month from 10am until 2pm.

Group visits are welcome at other times by prior appointment. For private group tours, usually any day of the week which can include a meal (various options).

Visit the Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway precinct to see the historic station, fascinating memorabilia and the rolling stock, some of which has been painstakingly restored by the railway enthusiasts who make up Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway Inc (OTHR). This group of dedicated volunteers is working towards bringing Oberon’s rail history back to life by restoring the Oberon-Tarana branch line and running trains similar to those in service on the railway in days gone by.

On the monthly open day the whole precinct is open, you can view the workshops in action, a loco and carriage which has been converted into a cafe is drawn up to the station.

Images credit: Carolyn Hide (Cazeil Creative).