Catch Point is a full-colour 40-page magazine, published six times a year by the National Railway Museum.

The magazine features news and articles on local railway operations, and stunning photography from locations all across the state, along with up to date information on the activities of the National Railway Museum.

We encourage articles on relevant topics, and others to assist with its production and distribution.

The magazine is available for purchase from the museum shop, with a yearly subscription included with every museum membership. For enquiries relating to retail sales and advertising, please contact the museum.


Photographic Submissions

All photographic submissions are to be sent direct to NRM. Contributors are asked to:

  • Send high quality colour transparencies, colour prints or black and white prints (suitably protected) to:
    PO Box 3153, Port Adelaide, South Australia  5015
  • Send a CD with a maximum of 15 high resolution images to:
    PO Box 3153, Port Adelaide, South Australia  5015
  • Email high resolutions images as attachments (no more than 3 per email), up to a maximum of 15 images to: 

Those wishing to supply images from digital cameras are asked to set the camera at the highest resolution and save the image at the highest quality setting. The RAW file format is preferred.

Please supply the original file downloaded from the camera, opening an image on a PC is likely to attach an inferior profile to the image. Please refrain from manipulating the image.

Visit the NRM

76 Lipson Street
Port Adelaide
South Australia  5015
Open Daily / 10am – 4:30pm





5-15 yrs & with an adult


2 adults & up to 3 children


  • Prices may vary for special events
  • Open from 12pm on ANZAC Day
  • Closed Christmas Day

The National Railway Museum acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide Plains. We honour and respect their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country. We aim to respect the cultural heritage, customs and beliefs of all Indigenous people.

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