Glenhuntly Railway Station
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Glenhuntly Railway Station

Platform 2 in January 2006
LocationGlen Huntly Road, Glen Huntly
Coordinates37°53?24?S 145°02?32?E / 37.8899°S 145.0421°E / -37.8899; 145.0421Coordinates: 37°53?24?S 145°02?32?E / 37.8899°S 145.0421°E / -37.8899; 145.0421
Owned byVicTrack
Operated byMetro
Distance13.46 kilometres from Southern Cross
Platforms3 (1 side, 1 island with 1 operating face)
Structure typeGround
Bicycle facilities3
Disabled accessYes
Other information
StatusHost station
Station codeGHY
Fare zoneMyki zone 1
WebsitePublic Transport Victoria
Opened19 December 1881
Rebuilt1 July 1987
Previous namesGlen Huntly Road, Glen Huntly
2008-20091.341 million[1]
2009-20101.312 million[1]Decrease 2.16%
2010-20111.202 million[1]Decrease 8.38%
2011-20121.066 million[1]Decrease 11.31%
2012-2013Not measured[1]
2013-20140.976 million[1]Decrease 8.44%
Preceding station Metro Trains Following station
Caulfield Frankston line Ormond
towards Frankston

Glenhuntly railway station is located on the Frankston line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Glen Huntly, and opened on 19 December 1881 as Glen Huntly Road, being renamed Glen Huntly on 1 September 1882, and Glenhuntly on 20 April 1937.[2]

Glenhuntly station is located next to a tram square, one of only three remaining crossings in Melbourne at which tram and train tracks intersect, along with their electrified overhead wires. A small signal box is located at the Flinders Street end of the tram square, which controls the tramway crossing.

The former briquette depot at Glenhuntly was demolished in March/April 1975.[3]

In the mid 1980s, as part of works to add a third track on the Frankston line, the western platform was converted to an island platform.[4] During this time, the original station building, built in the 1880s, was demolished, and was replaced with the present brick structure, which opened on 1 July 1987. It was also during this time that boom barriers were provided at the Glen Huntly Road level crossing, and the nearby Nerrim Road level crossing, in 1986.[5] The Up face of the island platform was brought into use on 28 June 1987.[6]

Morning peak hour Frankston bound services use Platform 3, with Flinders Street bound trains using Platforms 1 and 2. At other times, Frankston bound trains use Platform 2.

The Glen Huntly Road railway crossing at Glenhuntly station and the nearby Neerim Road crossing are included in the proposed railway crossing removal project.[7][8]

Platforms & services

Glenhuntly has three platforms. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Frankston line services.[9]

Platform 1:

Platform 2:

Platform 3:

Transport links

Yarra Trams operates one route via Glenhuntly station;


Three women and one girl were attacked by a man with a knife in November 2016. A 45-year-old man from Carnegie was later arrested.[11]


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Train Station Patronage FY2008-2014". Public Transport Victoria. 14 May 2015. Archived from the original (XLS) on 30 March 2016. Retrieved 2016. (access from [1] Archived 3 November 2016 at the Wayback Machine)
  2. ^ Glenhuntly Vicsig
  3. ^ "Works & Safeworking". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. July 1975. p. 152.
  4. ^ "General News". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. August 1986. p. 245.
  5. ^ "General News". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. July 1986. p. 213.
  6. ^ "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. September 1987. p. 282.
  7. ^ Glen Huntley Road Level Crossing Removal Authority
  8. ^ Neerim Road Level Crossing Removal Authority
  9. ^ "Frankston Line". Public Transport Victoria.
  10. ^ "67 Melbourne University - Carnegie". Public Transport Victoria.
  11. ^ Four people attacked at Melbourne railway station News.Com

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