The Q Train - First Class For 6 - Lunch (departing Drysdale)

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3 hours
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Why take this tour?

AUSTRALIA’S PREMIER RAIL RESTAURANT. Showcasing Local Food, Wine, Beer and Cider. The Q Train is an award winning restaurant that travels along the historic Bellarine Railway between Drysdale and Queenscliff. Never before has Australia seen a heritage rail line used for showcasing local food, wine, beer and cider. We’re inviting locals and visitors alike to come aboard our restored carriages and enjoy a gastronomical journey unlike anything else you have experienced. In 2019, Australian MasterChef were wowed by the experience and hosted a team challenge episode on board The Q Train! We are serving local produce on every journey from the comfort of our refurbished dining cars; providing every customer with a delicious rail journey, and unique views of Swan Bay and the Bellarine. Wine and dine in style with The Q Train.

What’s included?

  • A panoramic window seat to enjoy the views of the Bellarine Peninsula.

  • Varying dining vistas along the way, including a dining stop right next to...

  • A private dining compartment for groups of six.

  • Our delicious degustation menu, including The Q Train Wine Matching*

  • Fine linen and superior and attentive service

  • Complimentary tea, barista-made coffee

  • The option to purchase additional beverages whilst on board

  • Restroom on board

  • Air-conditioned vehicle

Things to know

Before you book

  • Duration: 3h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Operated by:

The Q Train

About operator:

Dining on board The Q Train is a unique culinary experience. A restaurant on board a train, departing from the historic Drysdale Train Station, and travelling along the picturesque Bellarine Railway. Showcasing food, wine, beer and cider from the local regions.

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