|Address:||Railway Avenue, Werris Creek 2343|
|Phone:||(02) 6768 7929|
|Open:||7 days, 10am – 4pm|
A celebration of Australian history in the first and last railway town in New South Wales, the Australian Railway Monument & Rail Journeys Museum capture the essence of railway life in Australia. Built as a memorial to those who died whilst working to develop our nation’s infrastructure, the Australian Railway Monument is a sight to behold. Opened in October 2005, the six evocative structures of the monument are set on the backdrop of the impressive historical Werris Creek Railway Station. Search the name walls of this sobering commemoration and acknowledge those who died on duty.
The associated Rail Journeys Museum is located in the Railway Refreshment Room building of the Werris Creek Railway Station. Come and visit this unique Museum that brings history to life with the new Audio Visual component. Designed to tell the personal social life of railway men and women, the rail journeys museum is operated by ex-railway workers who tell of the laughs, joys and tears of working on the railway.