AvonLink Train
avon river passing under bridge

AvonLink Train

Travel through the Avon Valley by train.

The AvonLink train travels from Midland Station to Northam Train Station and back.

Our AvonLink train service began operation in 1995, making it the first country passenger train to be introduced in the state in almost 50 years. Since then it has proven to be one of our most popular services, travelling from Midland to Northam, via Toodyay, in just over an hour. With air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi, the AvonLink is a comfortable and enjoyable ride.

The AvonLink is a WDA/WDB/WDC train built by United Goninan in Broadmeadow, NSW.

AvonLink safety information can be found here.

 

Onboard Services

 

Accessible
Toilet Facilities
Free Wi-Fi
Air-Conditioning
 

More info on Amenities

  • East Perth Terminal
  • Toodyay
  • Northam
 

Book now

Return tickets on the AvonLink train start at just $21.60. Purchase your ticket online, over the phone or in-person at either a Booking Centre or Accredited Agent.

AV02  
Mon - Fri From Northam
AM
6:30
Northam
6:50 Toodyay
7:50 Midland Station
 
AV01  
Mon - Fri From Midland
PM
5:50
Midland Station
6:43 Toodyay
7:10 Northam
 
 Wheelchair accessible toilet facilities available.

AvonLink services connect with urban train services at Midland

Amendments may apply on public holidays and during school holidays.

Passengers are advised be ready to board 15 minutes prior to departure.

 

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