Keirunga Park Railway

Havelock North, Hawke's Bay
1st & 3rd Suns 11am-4pm

Rated in the top 5 best miniature railway tracks in the world

Keirunga Park Railway is a popular 846 metre track located at public park Keirunga Gardens, Puflett Road, Havelock North, and is operated by volunteer members. The track winds its way around Keirunga Gardens through three tunnels, over viaducts, and around scenic rock faces. Keirunga Park Railway is rated in the top 5 best miniature railway tracks in the world. The railway is open on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of every month from 11am to 4pm, weather permitting and the 4 days over Easter and Labour Weekend. Rides are just $2.00 per person, or $20.00 for a 12-trip ticket. Under 2 year olds and teddy bears travel free. Come along for a great day out with the family, bring a picnic! Volunteering opportunities as well.



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Keirunga Park Railway


Puflett Road
Havelock North


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