Riding the Rails takes visitors on a short ride around part of the former Royal Australian Navy Armament Depot – now a 52 hectare heritage site known as Newington Armory.

Once used to transport missiles, torpedoes and other WW2 munitions, the Heritage Train at Newington Armory is today one of Sydney Olympic Park’s popular attractions.

The historic site features more than 100 buildings dating back to the 1890s, including explosives storehouses and workshops, cottages and wharf.

Set amidst a landscape of rolling grassland and a scattering of mature trees, Newington Armory is situated between the southern bank of the Parramatta River and the suburb of Newington.

Every Sunday 10.30am , 11am, 11.30, 12 noon, 12.30 & 1.00pm . From 1 March 2015 – 12.30pm and 1pm only – Newington Armory

Phone: 02 9714 7272

Opening Hours:
Sunday

Address: Jamieson Street, 2127, Newington, NSW
Location : West
Age : All ages.
Cost : $5 for all passengers. Children under 3 year free if seated on an adult’s lap.
Prebook : Purchase tickets on the day at the Armory Visitor Centre.
Refreshments : Armory Wharf Café close by.
In/Outdoor : Outdoor.
Jamieson Street, 2127, Newington, NSW
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Riding the Rails

Jamieson Street, 2127, Newington, NSW

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