Australian Sugar Cane Railway

Bundaberg Steam Tramway Preservation Society Incorporated (BSTPS) trading as Australian Sugar Cane Railway (Previously: Botanical Gardens Railway or BGR) is located in the Botanical Gardens Bundaberg North, Queensland, Australia.

The society is a Not-For-Profit organisation operated and maintained by volunteers (NO paid employees).

The aim of the society is to Restore, Maintain and Operate Steam Locomotives that were utilised in the Bundaberg district to haul Sugar Cane to the areas Juice and Sugar Mills. While doing this it is also to bring awareness to present and future generations of the machinery used by our pioneering families.

The Steam Locomotives are fired on coal and operate on a 1km long 610mm gauge railway, constructed in 1986 and now maintained by BSTPS.

BSTPS/ASCR owns 5 Locomotives:
* 1952 Bundaberg Fowler (Builder No3, AKA Nipper, 0-4-2T),
* 1952 Bundaberg Fowler (Builder No1, AKA Jumbo, 0-6-2T),
* 1914 Orenstein and Koppel (Builder No 6805, AKA 'Germany', 0-4-OT)
* 1907 Leeds Fowler (Builder No11277, AKA Invicta 0-6-2T).
* 1965 E.M Baldwin Diesel (AKA Valdora)
 The passenger carriages are ex-3 ton chop stick carriage bogies that have been modified to accommodate passengers.

Address: 
Botanical Gardens, Mt Perry Road, North Bundaberg, QLD
Hours: 
9.00am - 3.30pm Sun and Wed, plus Tue and Fri during Queensland school holidays, public holidays, special occasions / private hire by application
Admission: 
Adults $5,
School Children over 5yo $2 (Children under 5 are Free),
Family (2 Adults and 2+ school aged children) $14.
Facilities: 
Wheelchair accessible (with approved ramp), Public toilets (Less than 50m walk), There is an independently owned Cafe, Tours by appointment.
Collection: 
4 Steam Locomotives, 1 Diesel Locomotive, 6 ex-sugar cane 3 ton Chopped stick bins (Now used as carriages). Numerous other rollingstock.
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