Connect with the Southern Alps
Connect across the South Island, from coast to coast, through the magnificent peaks of the Southern Alps.
Between Christchurch on the east coast and Greymouth on the west coast, there are several rural railway stations where you can escape the modern world and connect with natural New Zealand at its best.
Connect from the plains to the mountains from Springfield, hike into the mountains from Arthur's Pass, escape into the idyllic world of Moana. There is a beautiful world to explore along the TranzAlpine route.
TranzAlpine Railway Stations
Christchurch Railway Station
Located in the south west quadrant of the city, Christchurch Station connects with both TranzAlpine and Costal Pacific trains.
Rolleston Railway Station
The southernmost stop on the TranzAlpine route, Rolleston is an ideal stop for connecting with south Canterbury and Christchurch Airport.
Darfield Railway Station
On the outskirts of Christchurch, Darfield Railway Station is a convenient TranzAlpine station for those living outside the city.
Springfield Railway Station
Connect with Springfield from the world-famous TranzAlpine train and hike or horse trek into the Southern Alps.
Arthur's Pass Railway Station
Visit Arthur's Pass National Park aboard the world-famous TranzAlpine train and hike into the magnificent Southern Alps.
Moana Railway Station
Located on the water's edge, Moana is a perfect stop for a exploring the immaculate Lake Brunner and surrounding forests.
Greymouth Railway Station
Located at the town entrance on the mouth of the River Grey, Greymouth Railway Station connects you with the wonders of the West Coast.