Maryborough Railway Station
Maryborough Railway Station information
Lonely Planet review
The town boasts plenty of impressive Victorian-era buildings, but Maryborough Railway Station leaves them all for dead. Built in 1892, the inordinately large station, complete with clock tower, was described by Mark Twain as ‘a train station with a town attached’. Today it houses a mammoth antique emporium, a regional wine centre and an excellent cafe. An antique fair is held here three times a year.