Bendigo Writers Festival 2018

August 11-13, 2017


Maryborough Railway Station

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With its glorious timber ceiling and tile-floor entrance, Maryborough Railway Station so surprised Mark Twain when he visited in 1895, he famously called it a railway station with a town attached.

The train still runs daily, but the building is now better known for its lovely café and gallery, which serves up excellent coffee and meals to locals and tourists.

Its long red brick façade with characteristic cream stucco is dominated by the tall clock tower.

Getting Around

Finding your way to and around Bendigo.



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