Wascoe Siding miniature railway in Blaxland is a whole lot of fun for the tribe! Located in the lower Blue Mountains, Wascoe Siding has several trains that run, including steam trains, diesel and electric trains.
How do I get to Wascoe Siding miniature railway?
Wascoe Siding is located on the corner of Graheme Street in Blaxland. There is street parking available but it gets very busy so it’s recommended that you get there early to secure a parking space and a picnic spot as well.
You can find Wascoe Siding not far from the Great Western Highway.
What can the kids do at Wascoe Siding?
Passengers board the train and do three laps of the park including two trips through the tunnel.
The park has an inner and an outer track, fully operational colour light signals, and a functioning turntable for the trains.
Be sure to wear close toed shoes to Wascoe Siding miniature railway because you cannot ride with open toed shoes or thongs. That includes the parents riding with their tribe!
Is there food at Wascoe Siding or should I pack a picnic?
The park has a kiosk that sells hot and cold food and drinks, and there are tables at the grounds as well as barbecue facilities. There is also access for strollers and wheelchairs in the park.
You are welcome to bring your own food into the miniature railway park, and you can also host birthday parties there without a reservation but be sure to get there early to reserve a space for your group.
How much does it cost to ride the trains?
Train rides are nice and cheap at Wascoe Siding! At only $3.50 a ticket, it’s worth buying multiple rides so the kids can ride the miniature trains to their heart’s content.
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