Pichi Richi Railway is based at Quorn, South Australia, in the Flinders Ranges.
Train services operate from Quorn and Port Augusta. The Afghan Express train services depart from Port Augusta. All other train services depart from Quorn.
Visit the links page for further information on Port Augusta, Quorn and the Flinders Ranges.
Port Augusta is a city of 10,000 people and is 306 km north of Adelaide—3 hours drive via National Highway A1. Port Augusta Railway Station is on Stirling Road, Port Augusta. From the main highway, follow the signs, turn into Flinders Terrace then into Stirling Road and look for the sign. Port Augusta has air, bus and rail services.
Quorn is a real outback town 41km north-east from Port Augusta. Turn off National Highway A1 at Stirling North (7km south of Port Augusta). Alternatively travel from Adelaide via Clare (3.5 to 4 hours). Quorn Railway Station is prominent on the main road (Railway Terrace) in the heart of Quorn.