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Mary Ann Steam Engine
Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area

Admission Costs and Entry Information

07 4190 5742
1800 214 789
tourismMB@frasercoast.qld.gov.au
www.visitmaryborough.info

Description

The Mary Ann is a replica of the first steam engine built in Queensland in 1873 at John Walker and Co's Union Foundry. It steams through the park along the rail tracks which were laid to service the wharves and Walker's Foundry. The Mary Ann operates on Thursdays in conjunction with the Maryborough Heritage City Markets and the last Sunday of the month with the Sunday in the Park festivities.

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Other Information

Children:
Children are welcome to ride the Mary Ann.


Entry Costs

EntryCostValid FromInclusions
Adult$3.00   01 Jun 08 - 30 Jun 09    
Child
(Aged 0-10)
$2.00   01 Jun 08 - 30 Jun 09    
Family$7.00   01 Jun 08 - 30 Jun 09   Family covers two adults and four children.

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Mary Ann Steam Engine - Print Brochure
Map of Mary Ann Steam Engine
Wharf Street
Maryborough
Queensland 4650 Australia

Contact Details

07 4190 5742
1800 214 789

 

* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator . All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.



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