Leawarra railway station, Melbourne

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Leawarra is a railway station in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located in the suburb of Frankston, on the Stony Point railway line. Leawarra is unmanned and is in Metcard Zone 2.


Facilities

Leawarra is located on Bloom Street, which also provides station access.


The station consists of one side platform with a small shelter. Like all stations on the Stony Point line, the station contains no Metcard machine or validators, with passengers required to pre-purchase tickets and validate them on arrival at Frankston.


A Myki reader and top-up machine have been installed at the station.


The Monash University Peninsula Campus is a short walk from the station.


Platforms and services

Platform 1:


  • Stony Point line - all stations services to Frankston, for connecting Frankston line services to Flinders Street
  • Stony Point line - all stations services to Stony Point

Bus services

  • 789 Frankston – Cranbourne West via Karingal Hub RS, Langwarrin (Monday to Saturday). Operated by Cranbourne Transit.
  • 790 Frankston – Cranbourne West via Karingal Hub RS, Langwarrin, South Gateway (Monday to Saturday). Operated by Cranbourne Transit.
  • 791 Frankston – Cranbourne West via Karingal Hub RS, Langwarrin (every day). Operated by Cranbourne Transit.

History

Leawarra station opened in 1959 as Railmotor Stopping Place No. 16., and was renamed Leawarra in 1962.

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