Heritage Train Market – Holiday Parks Downunder

Heritage Train Market

A diesel-powered train maybe the last thing you’d expect on a grocery run but that’s what you’ll find at Daylesford’s Heritage Train Market.

 

FROM HERITAGE TRAIN MARET TO FOREST-TRAILS

Here, board the beautifully-restored trains every Sunday at the Daylesford Railway Station, amid buskers, handcrafted wares and soaps and farm animals.

Weave through the Wombat Gully via the Daylesford Spa Country Railway, stopping in a Passing Clouds winery at Musk and sleepy Bullarto.

Or just inspect the timber-clad carriages, dating back to the 1880s, where more than 50,000 passengers boarded the railway a year!

boarding the timber-clad carriage at Daylesford Heritage Train Market

MARKET FUN

Browse and buy fresh local produce, garden plants and bric-a-brac at your leisure beneath the shade of towering elms. Pets on leashes are welcome here. And it’s a true farmers’ market, with all produce is grown within 50 kilometres of the market stalls.

The kids will love it here, with gorgeous farm animals set on-site and buskers playing on-site.

In the What’s Up Downunder clip below, Angie Hilton chats to Stuart Smithwick about the market’s success and the spectacular Heritage Railway.