Port Elliot Railway Station

The 1853 railway station is an exposed timber frame building featuring steeply pitched, corrugated-iron roof.

The original tramway extended directly onto the jetty at Horseshoe Bay and in 1865 a new stone passenger station was constructed. The final 1911 development appears to have incorporated the original passenger station building in the construction.The Port Elliot Railway Station, including the railway station and a renovated railway shed, is the site of the Port Elliot National Trust Historic Railway and Seaport Centre.

The railway station features an award winning Historical Interpretative Display of Sea Port 1852 — 1864 and Railway 1854. The Centre has Family Research facilities for South Australian and  Family and Local Histories for sale. Matthew Flinders Journals are available for inspection and an excellent selection of souvenirs are for sale.

Address:

Henry Street
Port Elliot 5212 SA

Open:

Sunday and Wednesday 10.00am - 4.00pm for sales of Cockle Train tickets and inspection. School holidays daily 10.00am - 4.00pm. Other times by arrangement

Phone:
(08) 8554 2024