What is significant?
The Korumburra Railway Station complex was constructed by G Vincent in 1907, on the Melbourne-Port Albert Line, for the Victorian Railways. The complex comprises of a large, predominantly single storey, brick station building with an upper level residence. The red brick, Queen Anne style building features stuccoed banding, terra cotta tiled hip and gable roof with ridge cresting, dormer windows, cantilevered platform verandah and a pedimented entrance to the lobby. Other structures include the corrugated iron clad goods shed, the brick pedestrian subway, and the up side building. While various internal modifications have been made, and several outbuildings have been removed, the station buildings remain largely intact.
How is it significant?
The Korumburra Railway Station Complex is historically and architecturally significant to the State of Victoria.
Why is it significant?
Korumburra Railway Station is architecturally significant as a rare example of a station building in the Queen Anne style.
The Railway Station Complex is historically significant, for its role as a marshalling point for goods trains that faced a steep descent in both directions and as a starting point for branch line services.