• Pichi Richi Railway

    Pichi Richi Railway is a heritage tourist railway and operating museum, running regular heritage train journeys on the oldest remaining section of the famous narrow-gauge old Ghan railway. Pichi Richi Railway is based at Quorn, in South Australia's Flinders Ranges. Trains depart from Quorn and Port Augusta.

Pichi Richi Railway is a heritage tourist railway and operating museum, running regular heritage train journeys on the oldest remaining section of the famous narrow-gauge old Ghan railway. Pichi Richi Railway is based at Quorn, in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges. Trains depart from Quorn and Port Augusta.

The railway is operated, maintained and managed by the dedicated volunteers of the Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society Inc.  In 2014, we celebrated 40 years of operation. Our museum is housed in the old refreshment room of the railway station at Quorn.

Museum is free
See website for railway timetable and fares

Daily 9am-5pm (museum)

Lisa Southon, Museum Manager
0419 810 973 (membership and museum)
1800 777 245 (bookings)
museum.manager@prr.org.au

Pichi Richi Railway

Pichi Richi Railway is a heritage tourist railway and operating museum, running regular heritage train journeys on the oldest remaining section of the famous narrow-gauge old Ghan railway. Pichi Richi Railway is based at Quorn, in South Australia's Flinders Ranges. Trains depart from Quorn and Port Augusta.