The Blues Train is a licensed event. You must be 18 years or over to ride The Blues Train. It is not suitable for babies or children of any age, to which we will refuse entry. Click here for more information.
Venue ticket collection available on the day of the event at Queenscliff Railway Station from 6.30pm to 7pm. ID and booking reference number required. Click here for more information.
General admission. Seating is not allocated, however carriage order is allocated at time of ticket purchase and the carrying capacity of each carriage is strictly adhered to. Carriage order indicates your starting carriage for the night. The Blues Train stops three times during the night and all patrons swap carriages so that during the night everyone spends time in all four carriages and sees all four acts. Click here for more information about the carriages and carriage allocation system.
Click here for specific information on public transport to Queenscliff. There are V-Line services from Melbourne to Geelong.
There are a number of public bus services in the area. There are also bus hire and community bus services available. Click here for details. For a Community bus, click here.
Ample parking is available at the station, although we encourage our patrons to take taxis or pre-book return shuttle bus service from towns in the local area as well as Geelong and Melbourne. Click here for more information.
The Blues Train ticket entitles the holder to dinner and a show. Meals are provided at the commencement of the Blues Train and eaten either in the train carriages or the platform. Vegan, gluten-free and other dietary requirements can be catered for. Click here for more information about the meal, and for details about where you eat, click here.
A snack bar operates at the mid-point of the evening at Drysdale Station, where soft drinks, chips, ice creams etc are available.
The Blues Train T-Bar is open for ticket-holders from 6:30pm for evening trains. The T-bar also operates at each stop along the way, selling beer, wines, spirits and soft drinks at bar prices. There is NO BYO allowed. The T-bar is cash only, no EFTPOS. Click here for a full wine list.
The Blues Train does not offer a cloak room service. You won't be cold in the carriages, but you may need your jacket when you exit the train during the regular breaks during the event. Click here for more information.
Smoking is NOT permitted on the Blues Train. Those who wish to smoke will have ample opportunity to smoke in the open air area of the platforms at the start and breaks/changeovers during the event. Click here for more information.
There are public toilets at the Queenscliff Station, clean portaloos at Suma Park provided by the Blues Train and public toilets at Drysdale Station. Click here for more information.
Companion Card Holders are entitled to a discounted ticket. These must be booked via the Moshtix Customer Service Centre on 1300 GET TIX (438 849). Customers are advised to contact The Blues Train in advance of the event to make arrangements for ease of entry and assistance.
The Blues Train does have wheelchair access, however due to the age of the train carriages, mobility can be limited. Please contact The Blues Train directly to discuss your requirements and we will do our very best to ensure you have an enjoyable Blues Train. Click here for further information about wheelchair access.
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