The flying white-bellied sea-eagle has been returning to Ida Bay!
Posted by Carol Haberle | Jul 20, 2012 | 15 | Ida Bay Railway… one of the Great Rail Experiences in Tasmania by Carol Haberle Ida Bay Railway Convicts & Immigrants: Pioneers of Ida Bay The historical Ida Bay Railway is a ‘must do’ experience. Located at Lune River, a comfortable two-hour drive south of Hobart, the Ida Bay Railway is the last operating bush tramway in […]
The Ida Bay Railway boosts itself as being Australia’s southernmost tourist attraction and despite it’s location it seems pretty popular. It is situated at Lune River, approximately 2 hours drive south of Hobart. The 14km return train trip starts at the Ida Bay Station at Lune River and takes passengers to Deep Hole and Elliott’s Beach in […]
Operation Began operation 1919 (Freight operations) 1977 (tourist operations) Ended operation 1975 (Freight operations) Technical System length 7 km (4.3 mi) Track gauge 2 ft (610 mm) Historical Ida Bay Railway’s railcar No. 8 “Silver Streak” at depot Donation NOW to have it restored!
People love the Ida Bay Railway and has set up their wedding here. Rail car No. 7 has been historical to Ida Bay Railway since June 1945, which has now been restored by FoIBHS in ??? . ready to take passenger with special occasion.
This is a magic true story. I went to meet the … and booked an AirBNB to stay with an artist, who has painted me the picture. We have printed on high quality photo paper and ready to be framed for $25, also gold stamped with Ida Bay. Please come to our store to […]
Hobart Day Tour – Ida Bay Railway – The most southern Bush Railway in Australia Pick Up Hobart 8:30am. Return Hobart 5:30pm. approx Your tour takes you down through the beautiful Huon Valley, passing quaint fishing villages along the way with panoramic views. We stop off at Geeveston for a look around this quaint village while enjoying some of […]