Clunes railway station, Victoria
|PTV regional rail station|
Station platform, looking south in 2012
Clunes, Victoria 3370
|Distance||192.55 kilometres from Southern Cross|
|Website||Public Transport Victoria|
|12 September 1993||Closed|
|3 December 2011||Reopened|
Clunes railway station is located on the Mildura line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the town of Clunes, opening in 1874. The station closed on 12 September 1993 when The Vinelander was withdrawn and replaced by road coaches.
The station, along with parts of the main street, were famously used in the 1979 film Mad Max when the bikie crew pick up the Nightrider's coffin.
More recently, the former station building was refurbished during 2015.
Platforms & services
- Clunes Vicsig
- "Signalling & Infrastructure". Railway Digest. Australian Railway Historical Society (NSW Division): 56. May 2010.
- Call to explain Clunes' omission from rail plan Ballarat Courier 7 October 2009
- No plans for Clunes train Ballarat Courier 11 October 2009
- Ready for Tomorrow $19 million to Return Passenger Rail to Clunes and Improve North-West Freight Rail Links Archived 18 June 2010 at the Wayback Machine Premier of Victoria June 2010
- Community celebrates return of trains to Clunes Archived 28 April 2013 at the Wayback Machine Premier of Victoria 3 December 2011
- "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. February 2016. p. 56.
- Maryborough - Melbourne via Ballarat Public Transport Victoria
- Mildura - Melbourne Public Transport Victoria