Experience more of Victoria, with us. Take a day trip away into Regional Victoria. 

Tours in 2022

Come and experience the spectacular natural beauty of Victoria on board our wonderfully restored vintage carriages. When you're on this tour, you'll feel like you're part of a bygone era of the Golden Age of Rail Travel as you'll enjoy the most scenic parts of our state.

Set out on an exciting journey through awe-inspiring landscapes and whilst we pass by a number of charming towns along the way, heading to our destination.

More Tours Planned in 2022.

TBC 2022 – (D) (??)

More tours are to be announced, watch this space!

Please check back regularly for more tour announcements!


Goulburn Streamliners.

30 September – 3 October 2022 – (SG)(D)

Join us on a weekender away in Goulburn, NSW. As we join and celebrate Streamliners 2022

Streamliners 2022 is a special gathering of as many as possible examples of streamlined diesel-electric locomotives from across Australia. Such events are extremely rare, occurring only at Streamliners 2016 at Goulburn and at Spencer North Carolina in the USA in 2014.

If booking this tour, please note that you will need to make your own arrangements for accommodation at Goulburn.


Murtoa - Warracknbeal Shuttle

21 May 2022 – (SG)(D) 

Join us on a special shuttle trip to Warracknbeal.


Seymour Shuttle

99 May 2099 – (SG)(D) 

Join us on a special shuttle trip to Seymour.


Key Information

The Seymour Railway Heritage Centre advises customers to be at the departing station around 15 minutes to departure. 

Passengers joining us at Melbourne Flinders Street* or Southern Cross Station. Please note that our services are under ‘Special‘. Please feel free to ask V/Line or Metro Train staff to guide you to the relevant platform prior to depature.

*Only applicable for Gippsland bound tours / charters

Customers are asked to contact the SRHC about refund options.

Legend / Glossary

  • (D) – Diesel Hauled Service
  • (S) – Steam Hauled Service
  • (SG) – Standard Gauge
  • (BG) – Broad Gauge

Wooden Bodied Carriages (with majority is on Broad Gauge) are limited to 80kph across the entire V/Line network. 

Steel Bodied Carriages (with majority is on Standard Gauge) are able to reach speeds of 115kph*.

The SRHC will do everything to make sure the tours are running onto the scheduled times listed on the tours, but our heritage trains are subjected to the V/Line Network which has priority over us. 

*Subject to the locomotive hauling the train and permitted track speed limits.