Miniature Trains and Live Steam at Narara, near Gosford, NSW, Australia

Toy trains you can ride!


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A ride around our track

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Spring 2019


  • Regular runs: Saturdays - 7th September, 5th October, and 2nd November, all from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.

    Don't forget your hat, some water, sunscreen and your camera, and for everyone who might be tempted to ride, fully covered shoes.

    September: Father's day weekend. Bring your dad - he will enjoy himself, even if he is your dad!

  • Summary information about our track:


    We can take advanced bookings for tables in the party area. Prepayment is necessary before a table number will be allocated. This can be arranged by phoning the club on the usual number (0479 041 321). If any tables are still available at the start of a running day then visitors wishing to reserve one can come to the booking office to pay and then go over and choose any available table in the party area. There will be signs to show which are still available.

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    Aerial view of our site, looking over Narara Creek towards Showground Road. The main entrance and station is at the top right, the running day car park entrance is between the trees at the far left.

    Please wear shoes that cover your feet, otherwise you will not be allowed to ride.


    We are Central Coast Steam Model Co-op. Ltd.
    Club Track: Showground Road (opposite Bellbowrie St), Narara, NSW.
    Running Days: 1st Saturday of Every Month from 1100 hrs (anyone expecting to ride the trains must wear fully covered footwear).
    All correspondence to: The Secretary, PO Box 692, GOSFORD, NSW, 2250.


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