Association of Tourist & Heritage Rail Australia

Representing Australian Tourist and Heritage Railway Operators since 2004

Photo: West Coast Wilderness Railway (Tas) © West Coast Wilderness Railway

ATHRA

marketing Tourist and Heritage rail across Australia
Photo: Steam Tram and Railway Preservation Co-Op Society NSW © Grant Robinson

Association of Tourist & Heritage Rail Australia

Introduces heritage operations software (HOPS)

Photo: J549 on Victorian Goldfields Railway © Victorian Goldfields Railway

ATHRA

represents Tourist and Heritage railways across Australia
Photo: Afghan Express, Pichi Richi Railway SA © Grant Robinson

Association of Tourist & Heritage Rail Australia

Representing Australian Tourist & Heritage Railway Operators Since 2004
Photo: DownsSteam Qld © Corbin Pratt

ATHRA

facilitates services such as Insurance for our members.
Photo: Don River Railway Tas © Grant Robinson

A National Body for Australian Tourist & Heritage Railways

The Association of Tourist and Heritage Rail Australia (ATHRA) was incorporated in 2004 to represent and deliver real benefits to our members – the grass roots individual Tourist and Heritage rail operators.

 

ATHRA continues to serve the sector by providing a united front to government statutory bodies as well as contributing to regulatory reviews and legislation concerning rail and tram operations and safety.

Puffing Billy © Corbin Pratt

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Introducing Railway Volunteer Management catch ups

Monthly Railway Volunteer Management catch ups are a great opportunity to get together and share our learnings and opportunities about all things volunteering. From recruitment to retention, record keeping, rostering, volunteer roles and communications, we discuss it...

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ATHRA membership is open to Australian Tourist/Heritage Rail Organisations, Museums, corporations & individuals.

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