Ballarat-Colac Line

The Ballarat-Colac line was a cross country line constructed in the early 20th century with the purpose of transferring produce from the State's south west to the industrial centre of Ballarat. The line was first built between in sections from Irrewarra in the south to Beeac and from Ballarat in the north to Newtown as part of the Skipton Line. The link between Beeac and Newtown was eventually constructed, however it passed through very few major towns.

The railway has a relatively short life closing in the 1950s, with much of the former right of way now located on private property.


Berringa Station

Illabrook Station

Rokewood Station