Cobden Miniature Railway     

& Mini Golf Park

(Jointly operated by the Rotary Club of Cobden & the South Western Model Engineers)

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Cobden Miniature Railway Park Operating Times

Cobden Miniature Railway Park provides miniature train rides, 18 hole Mini Golf, canteen, children's playground and barbecue facilities.

The Park is open to the general public on the third Sunday of every month, as well as all Sundays during school holidays.   Please note that the Park is not open on Sundays of long weekends unless these fall in school holidays.

Opening hours are from 11am to 4pm.    See pictures of recent runs here...

Train rides last approximately 10 minutes, leaving as required, and cost $2.50 each for adults and children over 2 years old.

Total track length is approximately 1.8km and includes an underpass and an overpass, trestle bridge, two tunnels and two stations.

Private bookings are available at most other times, apart from the months of June, July and August.

Bookings can be made by contacting Bob Wason on 03 5593 2362 or by email at

You can download our latest brochure here

Location:   Graylands Street, Cobden, 3266.    Please use "Zoom" +/- controls on map below to adjust the scale to suit your needs.  


History of the Park

The Cobden Miniature Railway and Mini Golf Park has been established for over 15 years. Site works commenced in February 1994 and the Park was officially opened in June 1994 for its first public run.

It is on the old Cobden Racecourse reserve, and parts of the old running rail from the racecourse can still be seen.

Much of the original racecourse is now occupied by public activities - the Cobden Miniature Railway and Mini Golf Park, the Cobden Pioneer Dairy Park which is also home to the Cobden Historical Society, the Cobden Go-Kart Club, the South Western Restoration Restoration Group, and the Cobden Airport.


New Years Eve Family Night

This year it is likely that the trains will be running and other announcements to be made.






Updated 15 October 2016