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Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society Inc

Pichi Richi Railway operates on 40km of track between Port Augusta and the historic town of Quorn, in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges.

Scheduled trains operate from Port Augusta and from Quorn, using steam locomotives or historic diesels, and genuine timber body carriages up to 120 years old. A variety or special hire options are also available.

The narrow gauge (1067mm or 3’6”) Pichi Richi Railway is the last remaining operating portion of the famous ‘Ghan’ railway. Built in the 1870’s it features deep rock cuttings, superb stone wall embankments and spectacular iron bridges. The Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society has restored the railway and operates as a working museum.

Regular scheduled services operate between March and November, with extra services during school holidays and long weekends. For bookings phone 1800 440 101 or book online, www.prr.org.au
Pichi Richi Railway is based at Quorn, South Australia, in the Flinders Ranges
1800 440 101