Station Trail

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Station Trail
Location Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Cycling details
Trail difficulty Easy
Hills None
Connecting transport
Train(s)
Tram(s) Route 3 terminates close to East Malvern station

The Station Trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians, which follows the Pakenham/Cranbourne railway lines from Hughesdale railway station to Centre Road, Clayton in the inner southern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.[1][2][3]

Following the path[edit]

The path starts at Hughesdale railway station. Here the path changes from the north side to south side of the railway line at Poath Road. 300 m along the Rosstown Rail Trail leads off to the right (south west). A short on road section at Carlisle Crescent delivers you to Oakleigh station. Easy to get lost here - use the station underpass to rejoin the path on the north side of the rail line. The trail continues to Centre Road, with one more crossings of the train line at Clayton Road.

Connections[edit]

Connects to the Scotchmans Creek Trail at East Malvern station in the north. Also nearby in the north is the Gardiners Creek Trail and the Anniversary Trail. Centrally to the Rosstown Rail Trail and a little further south at Huntingdale station, it connects to Monash University - Clayton campus, via the path on North Road. Dead end in the south at Centre Road.

South end at 37°55′46″S 145°07′36″E / 37.929422°S 145.126569°E / -37.929422; 145.126569.

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