Yes, it is Darnum
, which closed, I believe, in the 70s (Nilma closed on the 50s).
Between about 1890 and about 1903 a tramway (known as the Darnum-Elinbank tramway) ran south from the station to the Elinbank Sawmill, owned, or part-owned, by a Benjamin James Cropley, the distance being about 7 miles. It used a Fowler 0-4-2 locomotive which is almost identical to one owned by the Warburton Timber Company later on (although no connexion can necessarily be proved).
Until fairly recently, there was a very interesting music museum in the township. If the publican played the piano, I'm not aware of it.
The road is yours, duttonbay.