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A limited, but reliable hourly service is now operating until the full service commences during January 2018. As the service is not subsidised by Government (all other public transport receives subsidies) the timetable will be reviewed from time to time in line with passenger demand and operating costs.

Stations

The train will run a return shuttle service for the three kilometre journey between North Beach Station in Sunrise Beach and the Byron Beach platform adjacent to the Shirley Street level crossing. Both have disabled access, seating, shelter and bicycle racks.

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North Beach Station

The North Beach platform is adjacent to Bayshore Drive serving the Byron Arts Estate, Sunrise Beach and Elements of Byron resort. This platform has a disabled access toilet.

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Byron Beach Platform

The Byron Beach platform is adjacent to the Shirley Street level crossing in Byron Bay township between the First Sun Caravan Park and Simmos Caltex Service Station.

Passenger Fares

The following fares are per one way journey:

0 – 5 Years  –  Free

6 – 13 Years  –  $2.00

14+ Years  –  $3.00

The Byron Bay Solar Train has capacity for 100 seated passengers, additional standing passengers, wheelchair access and luggage room for bikes, prams and surfboards, carried free of charge.

The Byron Bay Solar Train

The World’s First Fully Solar-Powered Train

The Byron Bay Railroad Company train service is open to all, warmly welcoming the local community and visitors to ride. The solar train was officially launched on 16 December 2017. A limited service is now operating until the full service commences during January 2018. Thank you to all of the people from near and far who have helped us to bring this project to life.

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02 8123 2130

enquiries@byronbaytrain.com.au