Glenferrie Road

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Glenferrie Road

Glenferrie road hawthorn from kew.jpg
Glenferrie Road facing south, looking down the hill from Kew. Beyond the traffic lights is Hawthorn, in the foreground is Kew as Barkers Road forms the suburb boundaries.
General information
Length7 km (4.3 mi)
Route number(s) State Route 19
Major junctions
North end Cotham Road (State Route 34), Kew, Melbourne
South end Dandenong Road (Alternate National Route 1 / State Route 19), Malvern, Melbourne
Major suburbsHawthorn, Kooyong

Glenferrie Road is a major north–south thoroughfare in Melbourne, Australia.

It runs from Kew to Malvern, and includes major shopping districts at both Hawthorn and Malvern.

Tram route 16 runs along the entire length of Glenferrie Road. Three railway stations – Glenferrie, Kooyong and Malvern – are each located at the intersections of their respective railway lines with Glenferrie Road.

The Kooyong Tennis Stadium, the original home of the Australian Open, is located on Glenferrie Road, as are Stonnington House, formerly the Toorak Campus of Deakin University (and Government House, Melbourne from 1901 to 1927) and the biggest campus of the Swinburne University of Technology.

There is also a Train Station which is located on Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn which is Glenferrie railway station. The Lilydale, Alamain and Belgrave lines run through this station, it has 3 platforms.

Coles Local Glenferrie which is located on Glenferrie Rd Hawthorn, is one of six Coles Local supermarkets in Australia. This is a mini supermarket from Coles Supermarkets which is a neighborhood supermarket mainly focused on to go food meals. It has a Coffee Station, a lolly station and a Pet Treat bar, among many other in-store specialties including a slice your own bread station.

See also[edit]

Australia road sign W5-29.svg Australian Roads portal

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Coordinates: 37°49′35″S 145°2′5″E / 37.82639°S 145.03472°E / -37.82639; 145.03472