Coleraine Historical Railway Station

Information Centre

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The Coleraine Tourist Information Centre is housed in the Historic Railway Station at the end of a branch line from Hamilton to Coleraine. Opened in 1888, two trains daily carried wool, skins, butter and passengers. It eventually closed in 1977. The Station was restored and opened as a Tourist Centre in 1993. It is now home to a tourist information room with historical information and places to visit; a shop selling local chocolate, honey, arts/crafts, drinks and other produce. There are toilet facilities and seats, plus swings for children and a lake for fishing. The Centre is run by volunteers. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -37.601346 Lng: 141.697454

User Reviews



Great little township. Look out for the statues of wombat, kangaroo, sheep, dog and shearer along the Main Street! Fabulous!


User 2849497

Staffed by very friendly helpful, knowledgeable locals. Lovely clean toilets. You can also camp here if self contained


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