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Situated on the Dukes Highway, Bordertown is the entry point from Victoria for many visitors to the Limestone Coast. Birthplace of former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke and home to Australia's only known colony of white kangaroos Bordertown is ideal as a stopover point or as a touring base for the surrounding Tatiara district. Visit the Bob Hawke Gallery in Woolshed Street, pick up a copy of the interpretive walk from the Visitor Information Centre in beautiful Tolmer Park or travel to nearby Poocher Swamp, a wetlands reserve set among magnificent red gums several centuries old, for a picnic or spot of yabbying. Bordertown is also the Southern Gateway to Ngarjat and Big Desert National Parks offering four wheel drive enthusiasts a chance to see the beautiful, rugged environment up close.

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Serviceton Railway Station Special Investigation


Join Twisted History for a special Serviceton Railway Station Paranormal Investigation.

Possibly Australia's most haunted railway station. No longer used, this time capsule is a reminder to the time of great Victorian steam travel.

Built on what was believed at the time to be the border of Victoria and South Australia, you won't believe what is hidden inside. Both states had different rail gauges so passengers had to disembark go though customs before boarding a new train.

Rarely investigated this largest building is a labyrinth of rooms over three levels. From a dining hall, ballroom, accommodations, hotel, morgue and police cells where convicts were chained to the wall.

Do you have what it takes to explore this location?

Twisted History recommends you stay in Kaniva, Victoria or Bordertown, South Australia.


Event Dates
2017
      28th Jan


Railway Street
Serviceton, VIC, 3420

Located 20.2K from Bordertown

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