Walkaway Station Museum

Walkaway Station Museum – a birds’ eye view

The Walkaway Station Museum is an impressive museum which will be of great interest to any rail enthusiast or historian. Wander through the beautiful old railway station building to visualise how the station would have operated in the late 1800s. See where the station master lived and worked and learn about the history of this small community.

There are documents and memorabilia relating to the history of the Midland Railway Company. The museum also has records of local burials, family histories and photographs and other social history from the Walkaway area and surroundings. In the grounds there is an old locomotive called B6, the only one of its type left in the world. The new Goods Shed houses restored rolling stock – Steam Loco O218, and a restored Carriage.


Railway Station, Padbury Road, Walkaway WA 6528


Tuesday to Friday: 10am to 4pm

Saturday and Sunday: 1pm to 4pm

Closed Mondays and Public Holidays


Appointments for entry available

Ph. 08 9926 1976


$5 per person. Accompanied children under 15 free