Mount Lofty Railway Station is a railway station in South Australia, on the former Adelaide-Bridgewater railway line, located in the Adelaide Hills suburb of Stirling. The station opened in 1883 and it is located 31.0 km (19m41c) by rail from the Adelaide Railway Station. It is the highest railway station between Adelaide and Melbourne. The platforms are no longer in use. The station building and various outbuildings form part of the Mount Lofty Railway Station Accommodation.
GSR Passenger Services, Intermodal and bulk freight, SCT traffic, grain and steel trains. Most traffic to the east coast passes via this location.
Cover is available. The location is quiet and restful. if you are an guest of the accommodation you have a great view of trains passing through at all hours.
An easy drive from Adelaide.
Plenty available at the railway station.
Bus is your only option with a walk.
guest accommodation rest rooms are available.
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