All aboard at the Pemberton Railway Station for a return service which meanders thorugh the towering Karri, Marri and Jarrah forests, over trestle bridges spanning rivers and streams along one of Australia's most majestic rail lines. Trams run south to the Warren River Bridge. In spring, September and October, the forest is resplendent with colourful wildflowers.
This unforgettable, 1 3/4 hr service shuffles out of Pemberton, past the Saw Mill and descends into the Karri forest. The tram meanders through forest, crossing six bridges, stopping at the Cascades and at the Warren River Bridge, where the Lefroy Brook joins the Warren River. Your tram then returns to Pemberton.
The Pemberton Tramway Company Pty Ltd is a privately operated tourist railway in the south west of Western Australia, which conveys tourists through deep forests and picturesque countryside as well as recreating the history of the timber railways that were so important to the regions development and growth. The railway uses paid and voluntary staff, and operates steam and diesel trains and diesel hydraulic trams over a total route length of 57kms.
The organisation is based at the Pemberton Railway Station where all administration, maintenance infrastructure and operational control functions are centered.
The organisation utilizes a human resource base of both paid and voluntary personnel to perform the various functions required for the safe and correct operation of all operations.
**Steam Train is not operational at this time**
If you would like further information regarding the Steam Train, please contact the Pemberton Tramway Company on 9776 1322