Werribee railway station, Melbourne

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Werribee is a railway station in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located in the suburb of Werribee on the Werribee railway line. Werribee is classed as a Premium Station, is in Metcard Zone 2 and is the terminus for the Werribee line.


Facilities

Werribee is located between Comben Drive and Manly Street, with station access from both via an underpass at the Flinders Street end of the station.


The station consists of an island layout and side platform; Platform 1 & 2 has a large steel canopy, while platform 3 has a large old brick building, which was the original station before the construction of the underpass and platforms 1 & 2.


The underpass beneath the station contains the station's ticket office, a large Metcard ticket vending machine and a mock Comeng train, which is used as a cafe. A small coin-only Metcard ticket vending machine is located at the entrance to platform 3, as well as inside the underpass.


The Western standard gauge line to Adelaide is adjacent to the west of the station.


Platforms and services

Platform 1:


  • Werribee line all stations and limited stops services to Flinders Street
  • Geelong line - intercity services Southern Cross

Platform 2:


  • Werribee line all stations and limited stops services to Flinders Street
  • Geelong line - intercity services Southern Cross

Platform 3:


  • Geelong line - intercity services to Geelong, South Geelong and Marshall

Bus services

  • 437 - Hoppers Crossing
  • 438 - Manor Lakes
  • 439 - Werribee South
  • 440 - Hoppers Crossing
  • 441 - Westleigh Gardens
  • 443 - South Ring Road (Werribee)
  • 445 - Hoppers Crossing
  • 446 - Laverton
  • 446 - Hoppers Crossing

History

Werribee Station opened on 25 June 1857. It was upgraded to a Premium Station in 1997.

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