The Warburton Steam Railway
3'6" gauge railway operated from 1909 to 1949, and transported timber, goods, and passengers between the Big Pat's Creek terminus
and the La La Sidings.
Its route was next to what is now the Warburton Highway, through the future Caravan Park, and
along the river bank.
of the alignment is now a shared walking/cycling Trail, alongside the Woods Point Rd, linking the eastern end of the caravan
park with the East Warburton rest area.
section of the railway between the entry point at the caravan park and the present-day Signs Bridge was actually on the edge
of the Wood's Point Rd. The raised embankment of this section is just outside of the caravan park fence, and may be
easily explored, but there is no trace of the original infrastructure remaning.
small commemorative plaque is located at Big Pat's Creek settlement, next to the picnic ground, marking the centenary of the
railway's first journey, 1909 to 2009.