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Built in 1890 this has to be the most impressive site and building in Maryborough which does not have a lot for tourists. Mark Twain visited and said Marybrough was a train station with a town attached.. It apparently has the longest platform of all...More
I am one of the Station Officers at Maryborough Railway station.
Tourists are very welcome to come and have a look at this magnificent building.
Currently there are two broad gauge passenger services to/from Melbourne via Ballarat on weekdays and one on weekends
I was told dont miss going to see the Maryborough railway Station. Well worth a visit. Easy to park and the entrance hall is spectacular with the wooden ceilings. The food is very good and a good choice of food. There is also a small...More
We didn't go in the train station itself, but we had a lovely little picnice in the mini outdoor theater, then had a long play in the playground nearby. Our kids loved it. I've never been to Maryborough before even though we've lived in central...More
Maryborough Railway Station is a magnificent example of Victorian architecture and the cafe inside is a cosy and welcoming place for coffee or a meal. The highlight for us was the Museum of Australian History & Art Gallery at the northern end of the platform....More
An absolutely gorgeous building, full of history and interesting things. Just the facade itself is a sight to be hold. The cafe inside is lovely, we sat in front of the fire place for a coffee on a very cold day and it was just...More