Nambucca Heads Station marks 100 years
NSW TrainLink and Transport for NSW will join Nambucca Valley Council, Nambucca District Historical Society and community members at Nambucca Heads railway station to celebrate the centenary of the train station on Sunday 3 December.
The opening of the station on 3 December 1923, connected the local community far beyond the Nambucca Valley, in a way that was accessible and affordable.
Today the importance of these rail connections to places like Nambucca Heads continues to be seen, with around 30,000 people using NSW TrainLink north coast services each month.
Nambucca Heads station receives six NSW TrainLink services each day including five trains and one connecting road service to Macksville, providing accessible, affordable public transport for people to get to medical appointments and other essential services, as well as visit family and friends.
A plaque unveiling and community event will be held at Nambucca Heads Railway Station on Sunday 3 December 2023 from 9 am to 2 pm.
There will be local musicians performing, a giant model train exhibit, historical displays, food stalls, a petting zoo, Clancy the horse with his cart, topped off by the visit of the North Coast XPT service which is due in at 11.47 am.
Read the full media release here (PDF, 102.98 KB).