Dis­count rail ticket to the EKKA

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WIDE Bay res­i­dents can bag a bar­gain half-price ticket to travel to the Ekka on Tilt Train ser­vices di­rectly to the event.

Queens­land Rail Ex­ec­u­tive gen­eral man­ager Travel and Tourist Martin Ryan said dis­counted tick­ets would be avail­able on all Bund­aberg Tilt Train ser­vices run­ning from Au­gust 5–15, of­fer­ing doorstop ac­cess to the Ex­hi­bi­tion station.

“Noth­ing says Queens­land fun like the Ekka and we are giv­ing Wide Bay res­i­dents the chance to skip the high­way and travel with ease by Tilt Train to join in the cel­e­bra­tions,” Mr Ryan PHOTO: SCOT­TIE SIM­MONDS BUN170512TLT4 said.

“The zero stress journey will al­low you to plan what rides you’ll go on and which pavil­ions to visit, plus our dis­counted fare means you’ll have ex­tra money for show­bags.

“For the past 150 years, Queens­land Rail has proudly con­nected re­gional Queens­land com­mu­ni­ties through rail travel and we are ex­cited to be bring­ing back the pop­u­lar Ekka Tilt Train ser­vices for the sixth year in a row.”

Cel­e­brat­ing 139 years, the Ekka is one of state’s most ex­cit­ing events bring­ing the coun­try and city to­gether for a 10 day cel­e­bra­tion.

From the gi­ant wheel to the ex­treme rides and plenty of free fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment, there is some­thing for ev­ery fam­ily mem­ber to en­joy. Con­tact Queens­land rail for train de­tails and times.


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