Weethalle Whistle Stop Arts and Crafts and Museum

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    Museum exterior

    Outside the Weethalle Whistle Stop Arts and Crafts and Museum.

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    Kitchen in the museum


Weethalle boasts a number of attractions and the town is most famous for the Weethalle Whistlestop, which is an historic train station, first opened on the 8 January 1923.

The station has been restored and now runs as a tea room and craft shop. Weethalle also has a museum that holds many antiques from the district and a display of local history.


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Getting There

Railway Street
Weethalle, NSW 2669

Opening Hours

(Open by appointment)

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