Murder Mystery Train

Qld Pioneer Steam Railway

Take a murder mystery vintage train ride in the newly restored Sunlander Dining carriages of the 1950's for a night of fantasy and mystery in Murder on the Rails!

Note- Sorry folks, the Jun 22 Murder mystery Train trip has sold out as of Feb 26.

The May Murder Mystery trip aboard the vintage train takes passengers back to the 1980's when coal mining magnate and political intrigue led to unsavoury dealings.  After a murder has stopped the train, guests get to work out who, what where when and why for a local investigative journal as train passes through the scenic surrounds of the Swanbank Branch line on its twilight journey.

Murder Mystery Train

On board, a full 3 course dinner is served to guests as they ponder over the whodunnit, along with a wine and spirits service.

Nice to know - Passengers are invited to dress up in their best 1980's retro gear for the occasion.

Need to know - The train departs from Swanbank Station and returns at 8.30pm.

Murder Mystery Dinner Train

Swanbank Station

Jun 22 5-8.30pm

$110pp includes meal*

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250 South Station Rd Ipswich

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