Adelaide River Railway Station

The Adelaide River Railway Station, built in 1888, was the only station on the North Australia Line that provided a refreshment room for passengers. It is a classic example of railway architecture in isolated regions. This station had great strategic importance during World War II.

Address: 
Stuart Highway, Adelaide River, NT
Tel: 
0889767001
Hours: 
April - September: 9:00am - 5:00pm daily. Closed October to March, but open by appointment.
Admission: 
Children and pensioners free.
Facilities: 
Parking, Dogs allowed/ BBQ, Picnic area, Car and bus access, Shop, Guide/guide material available/ Refreshments, Toilets.
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