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Hurstbridge Station

Hurstbridge is town just outside of the city of Melbourne.


Hurstbridge is sometimes considered a suburb of Melbourne, others consider it more of a country town. It's known for its annual Wattle Festival happening in August or September, and its large park with walking trails.

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

Hurstbridge is easily accessible by train from Melbourne. Simply take a Hurstbridge train from any station in the Central Business District in Melbourne, services are every 20 minutes during peak, and 40 minutes off-peak. Myki cards are valid for this journey.

1 Hurstbridge Railway Station.

Get around[edit]

Hurstbridge can be traversed on foot.


  • 1 Ferguson's Paddock, 12 Arthurs Creek Rd, +61 3 9433 3111. 24/7. Large park with trails, wildlife, and the serene country feel Hurstbridge is known for


  • 1 Hurstbridge Skatepark, 959 Heidelberg-Kinglake Rd (in Ferguson's Paddock).
  • 2 Wattle Festival, +61 4 0919 1613. Annual festival celebrating the history of farming in the Hurstbridge area held in August or September. Steamrail Victoria operate a Steam Train to Hurstbridge when the festival runs.


  • 1 Hurstbridge Market, 961-989 Heidelberg - Kinglake Rd, +61 3 9435 8282. First Sunday every month, 9AM-2PM. Local produce from the Hurstbridge farmer's market




  • 1 Hurstbridge Haven, 14 Gosfield Rd, +61 4 0513 2392. This is the only place to stay in Hurstbridge. If it's booked out, you may wish to stay in another nearby town or suburb such as Wattle Glen or Diamond Creek. From $250 per night.


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