Broken Heel FestivalNSW TrainLink is putting on a dedicated Party Bus from Sydney to the Broken Heel Festival.

Transport to this year’s Broken Heel Festival will not be a drag for those travelling from the east coast, with NSW TrainLink announcing they will put on a dedicated carriage service for the event.

The specially scheduled party train will leave Sydney for Broken Hill early morning on Thursday, September 7, and will stop at selected regional stations along the way to transport those with a penchant for Australian outback adventure, colour and fun, ‘Priscilla’ style.

True to festival form, the train has been dubbed the ‘Silver City Stiletto’ and will include its own resident drag queen, Maude Boate to entertain the wound-up wanderers.

Festival Director, Esther LaRovere said the dedicated train service was a great show of support for Broken Heel. “This is a real win for the Festival. We’re getting more interest every year, and to be able to offer all those Queens and partygoers from Sydney to Orange and all places in between an economic and entertaining option to get to Broken Heel is fantastic.

“We’ve had interest from people throughout that region so now we can say, ‘get on board’ quite literally!”

The NSW TrainLink Silver City Stiletto will leave Central Station in Sydney early Thursday, September 7, stopping at Strathfield, Parramatta, Katoomba, Lithgow, Bathurst, Orange and Parkes.