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Mount Barker Railway Station Centenary Open Day

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Event description

The Mount Barker Railway Station has been a hub for the Plantagenet community since it's completion in 1924. From 1924 - 1984, the station was a busy service centre, and from 1998 became a vibrant tourist centre. The station was regarded as the most "up-to-date" station outside of Perth and is still a much loved public building, enjoyed by locals and visitors.

Join local community leaders and members to help celebrate this momentous occasion with a special morning tea, presentations and story telling, along with the launch of our Limited Edition Commemorative Riesling fundraiser and "Trainspotting" Community Art Trail.

Ticket bookings are essential for catering.

Event Schedule:

10am Welcome

10:10am Presentations from local community leaders and historians

10:40am Launch of Fundraiser and Art Trail

11am Morning Tea


This is a free event.


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