Tyabb railway station, Melbourne

Edit profile

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

Facilities

Tyabb is located on Railway Street, and at the northern end of the Mornington-Tyabb Road level crossing, with station access from both.

The station consists of one side platform, with small pebblemix shelters in the centre. 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.

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
  • 782 Frankston – Flinders via Hastings (every day). Operated by Peninsula Bus Lines.
  • 783 Frankston – Hastings via Somerville RS, Tyabb RS (Monday to Friday). Operated by Peninsula Bus Lines.
History

Tyabb station opened on 10 September 1889.

Until the mid 1980s the station consisted of a waiting room, basic toilets and a ticket office. As part of a government rationalisation of public transport, these facilities were no longer deemed necessary and the buildings were demolished and replaced with the current shelters.

Building Activity

  • OpenBuildings
    OpenBuildings updated 6 media, uploaded a media file and added a digital reference
    about 5 years ago via OpenBuildings.com