Yea railway station

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Coordinates 37°12′49″S 145°25′41″E / 37.2137°S 145.4281°E / -37.2137; 145.4281Coordinates: 37°12′49″S 145°25′41″E / 37.2137°S 145.4281°E / -37.2137; 145.4281
Line(s) Mansfield
Other information
Status Closed
Opened 16 November 1883
Closed 8 November 1978

Yea is a former railway station in Yea, Victoria, Australia. The tracks have been removed and the reserve has been turned into The Yea Railway Park consisting of the historic railway station and eleven acres of parkland. It has a picnic shelter, barbecue, toilets, playground, skatepark, walking track, community reserve and includes Rotary Park. The station building houses Blackthorn Textiles (a privately run craft shop). Also on the site are the former goods sheds which are available for hire for varied functions. The Yea Country Market is held in the park on the first Saturday of each month and local artists hold an exhibition and sale in the goods sheds each Easter.

The site is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.[1]


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