• $4.62 million
    Invested

The Railway Precinct Construction project aims to create a revitalised public realm and openly celebrate Victor Harbor's rich railway heritage, helping it to become a highly accessible, adaptable and usable place for all people to experience and enjoy.

The project intends to deliver on a vision, showcasing the Steam Ranger heritage railway, bringing in the Horse Drawn Tram as a feature, adding public art, offer an intimate event/festival plaza space beneath the enormous heritage listed fig trees.

Key highlights include:

  • A new festival/plaza space with universal access for linkages between adjoining precincts.
  • Interpretation of heritage character.
  • Landscaping incorporating WSUD.

Read more about the project in the Railway Precinct Information Pack.

This project is delivered through local council.

Total investment: $4.62 million (Council investment: $2,308,707, State Government investment: $2,308,706).

Project start:
June 2020
Expected completion:
December 2021
Current status:
Under construction