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If you want to get to a great part of the city or get a connecting train to rural Victoria Southern Cross station would be the easiest and most convenient station. Lots of shops with the Direct Factory Outlet next door for any clothes you...More
Once you have a car you do not actually travel on public transport much and so when I went to Melbourne, even through before moving to NSW just two years I had lived in Melbourne all my life. I had been to the old Spencer...More
This is the main Melbourne station for country and interstate travel. It was upgraded about ten years ago. It is now a modern transport hub. Around it are food courts and shops. A short distance away is the Marvel Stadium.
Outside trams run down Spencer...More
Living in rural Victoria I often frequent Southern Cross station. Signs showing the suburban and country trains are at both ends of the station; there are cafes, a few shops and take always. A large supermarket Is at the Collins street end of the station-...More
Inside this is a typical train station which is not that special and dates back to 1859 when the original Spencer Street Station was built. The main feature of the station is the undulating roof which was built as part of the Dockland Project in...More
Came here during my travels across the region, here’s what I think:
Physical Ease: 4/5
The Good: Very majestic looking Station that is connector to quite a few destinations around the Victoria State. Quite a few functional...More
DFO - a great place to shop and wait. We went to The Coffee Club for lunch and had a good meal with a reasonable charge. Very enjoyable. There are a lot of shops to cater for all age groups and gender. It is possible...More
This is a busy train station. Many small shops for food and groceries that frequent travelers may want. We stopped off to get the tram cards, myki cards, so we could easily pay for transportation beyond the free part of the central city. Very convenient...More
OK, not sure how this rates as a tourist attraction but anyway, it's a large train station - one of the main hubs for transport in the city. It's relatively easy to get your way around. There are a few specialty shops like a newsagent...More
This city station is one of the busiest in Melbourne.
Its the hub for VLine and Metro Trains and Skybus.
With the construction and completion of so many new building towers, especially around Collins Square there is a noticeable increase in patronage.
There are also...More
Yes, you can buy myki at the auto-ticketing machine at any train station. I believe there are limited counters manned by officers at main stations if there are trains. Most kiosks - news agents - will sell or top up myki for... More
Yes, you can buy myki at the auto-ticketing machine at any train station. I believe there are limited counters manned by officers at main stations if there are trains. Most kiosks - news agents - will sell or top up myki for you.
A few trains stop by South Yarra. Check the notice board which one to take. You should be fine with a large luggage by train or bus, but not tram.