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Boronia is a suburb in Yarra Valley, 29 km east of Melbourne CBD.

It is in the City of Knox. At the 2016 census the population was 22,195.

The railway line was built in 1889 passing through Boronia without providing a station. The nearest station was Bayswater until 1920, when a train station was opened in Boronia attracting new residents and tourists, along with the post office also opened in 1920.

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By train[edit]

The train from Melbourne to Boronia takes about 50 minutes.

Travel from (and to) Melbourne takes approximately 1 hour. To use public transport you'll need a Myki card, which costs $6 (or $3 for children/concession) from post offices, milk-bars, petrol stations and train stations. Once you have the Myki card it needs to be topped up with money. An adult fee (for one trip) is approximately $3 (it changes frequently) and a child/concession fee is $1.50. The number of stops doesn't change the cost.







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