The track has developed over the life of the Society and now occupies two basic levels. The higher section of track is in the top half of the adjacent plan while the lower area, represented by the section below the Namba Creek Bridge, is on the Petrie Creek flats some 3 metres below the Station floor level. The Bridge crosses about 2.5 metres above Namba Creek, a small tributary to Petrie creek. A line of large trees visually separates the two basic levels giving a real sense of a train journey. With the pedestrian over-bridge leading to the Toilet Block, patrons can look down on the tracks, wave to passengers, and enjoy the smoke and steam, particularly when locos are steaming up the long climb from the creek flats.There are many vantage points for viewing and photographing trains and passengers at both long and short range. Large areas of open grass offer plenty of scope for both family and group picnics.
New Members are welcome, particularly young people, and it is not necessary to own a locomotive as training will be given to use the Clubs own locomotive.