Visit the gallery!
16 Edgar Street,
PO Box 856,
Port Hedland WA 6721
(08) 9173 1064
Mon - Fri: 9am to 4.30pm
Sat: 9am to 2pm
Sun: 9am to 2pm
Silver Star Cafe
To make a booking contact Julie on 0411 143 663 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The hotly anticipated opening of Port Hedland’s most iconic new bar and cafe the Silver Star attaracted around 250 community members who withstood the a stifling October day to officially welcome the 1930's train carriage to it's new home in the West End cultural precinct.
Locals enjoyed morning tea on board the Silver Star's decking and in the Courthouse Gallery gardens with the Premier Hon. Colin Barnett MEC MLA and Ian Fletcher, Vice President External Affairs, BHP Billiton Iron Ore who officially opened Port Hedland's newest cafe and restaurant.
Silver Star Cafe Opening Hours:
Monday - Sunday, 7am - 2pm
Friday - Saturday 6pm - 9pm
The Silver Star project is a partnership between BHP Billiton Iron Ore and FORM with support from Town of Port Hedland, Boom Logistics and Laing O’Rourke. Special thanks go to Ferguson Corporation, Environmental Industries, EPCAD, Unicorn Cleaning, Redding Electricals, Savannah Engineering and Pilbara Comfort Air.
To learn more about the history of the Silver Star download PDF brochure.
The Silver Star in it's new surrounds in the West End. Photos by Christine Villanti and Bill Shaylor.
Silver Star lowered into its new home at Edgar Street in Port Hedland's West End, 2010. Photo by Christian Fletcher.
Inside the 'Sundowner' 1985. Collection of W Walker. A Burlington Zephyr waits in the station. Photo provided by Russell Donnelly.
Ann Walker and Sophie Farnan aboard the 'Sundowner' 1985. Collection of W Walker.