Edithvale railway station, Melbourne

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Edithvale is a railway station approximately 28 km (17 mi) southeast from Melbourne (30 km (19 mi) from Flinders Street Station by rail), the state capital of Victoria, Australia. Located in the suburb of Edithvale on the Frankston railway line, Edithvale is unmanned and in the Metcard Zone 2 ticketing area.

Station overview

Edithvale is located at the northern end of the Edithvale Road level crossing, between Nepean Highway and Station Street with station access from all three.

The station consists of two side platforms; Platform 1 has a large brick building (identical to Aspendale, 1.3 km north-west), while platform 2 has a smaller brick building. A large Metcard ticket vending machine is located at the entrance to platform 1, which is able to dispense most ticketing options available and also accept notes and coins. Additional coin-only Metcard and myki ticket vending machines are located at the entrances to platform 1 and platform 2.


Edithvale railway station opened on 20 September 1919. In its early years, a siding existed on the down side before Platform 2. In 1981 the station buildings were reconstructed.


Platform 1:

  • Suburban Metro Trains services to Flinders Street.

Platform 2:

  • Suburban Metro Trains services to Frankston.

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