How to get to Wilsons Promontory from Melbourne

Wilsons Promontory is a peninsula at the southernmost tip of of Victoria that is surrounded by water on three sides and extends into Bass Strait. The Wilsons Promontory National Park covers around 50,000 hectares of this peninsula, consisting of stunning granite mountain peaks, beautiful beaches, lakes, forests and gullies.  It is home to a large… Continue reading How to get to Wilsons Promontory from Melbourne

How to get to the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne

The Great Ocean Road is one of Australia’s most iconic coastal drives. It covers around 240 kilometres between Torquay in the east and the outskirts of Warrnambool in the west. The journey along the Great Ocean Road passes through several coastal holiday towns and showcases the natural beauty of this part of Victoria including rugged… Continue reading How to get to the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne

How to get to The Grampians from Melbourne

The Grampians is one of Victoria’s most popular natural attractions. Located north-west of Melbourne, it encompasses a huge national park which surrounds a series of mountain ranges. Visitors can explore many walking tracks including the Grampians Peak Trail, enjoy panoramic views from lookouts, and visit several lakes and waterfalls. It is a great place to… Continue reading How to get to The Grampians from Melbourne

How to get to Melbourne’s city centre from Melbourne Airport

Melbourne Airport, also known as Tullamarine Airport, is located 19 kilometres north-west of Melbourne‘s central business district.  Once your flight lands at the airport, there are a number of transport options for getting to the city centre. By bus: SkyBus operates a fleet of clean and comfortable airport buses which travel express from Melbourne Airport… Continue reading How to get to Melbourne’s city centre from Melbourne Airport

How to get to Phillip Island from Melbourne

Phillip Island is one of Victoria’s most popular tourist destinations. It is well-known for its famous penguin parade, large fur seal colony,  native wildlife, exciting racing at the island’s Grand Prix circuit, its scenic coastline, quaint fishing villages, beautiful beaches, outdoor dining, and so much more. The island’s reasonably close proximity to Melbourne makes it… Continue reading How to get to Phillip Island from Melbourne

Station patronage on Melbourne’s rail network

Each financial year, passenger numbers at each of Melbourne’s railway stations is collated and published by Public Transport Victoria.   The table below shows the top 20 most used Melbourne railway stations in the 2011/2012 financial year (1st July 2011 to 30th June 2012), with a comparison on how each of those stations fared from… Continue reading Station patronage on Melbourne’s rail network