Head over to the historic Harvey Railway Station Museum (1890s) and experience a little piece of local history, open every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month between 11am and 3pm.
The railway line from Perth to Bunbury was completed in 1893 and soon afterwards the Railway Station was built.
In 1936, the Railway Station was extended and the building improved with the addition of rustic weatherboards to the exterior and the roof tiled. For many years the Railway Station was the central point of activity for the district. By 1987, with the introduction of the modern Australind train, the Railway Station was no longer needed and closed.
The Station now houses a Museum. Run by passionate volunteers and housing a collection of historical items from the town's past, the museum is a great place to learn about the history of the district.
Harvey, Harvey WA 6220, Australia