You can find on this page the Melbourne trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Melbourne trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia.

Melbourne rail map

Map of Melbourne trains

The Melbourne rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Melbourne trains. This railway map of Melbourne will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Australia second largest city has some 5.3 million inhabitants. The rapid rail system serving the Melbourne is actually not a metro or subway service in the classical sense but a frequent suburban train service which runs in a 4-track underground loop in the centre of Melbourne as you can see in Melbourne rail map. Depending on the time of the day trains run around the city loop clockwise or anti-clockwise. Sandringham trains leave from Flinders Street station without running around the loop. Stations on the suburban network are closely spaced, some 500-1000 m apart, but there are numerous level crossings on most routes outside the central area. Since 2009, the Melbourne metropolitan rail system (1600 mm gauge) has been operated by Hong Kong MTR, now branded as "Metro".

As the city metropolitan rail service, Metro operates 226 six carriage trains across 998 kilometres of track, transporting 450,000 customers each day as its shown in Melbourne rail map. We aim to encourage the Melbourne community vibrant and ever evolving lifestyles, by providing a seamless transport solution to keep individuals connected. With 15 lines, 222 stations and services seven days a week, Metro can take you wherever you are headed across the city, whenever you want to go. Metro, or Metro Trains Melbourne, is a consortium of rail and construction businesses, all of which have unrivalled credentials. Metro is strongly committed to providing the Melbourne community, and its visitors, with a comfortable, safe and reliable train network as part of an interconnected public transport service, striving to rival the world best.

An extensive network of country train services from Melbourne to provincial cities throughout Victoria is operated by VLine. Fast, modern Vline trains depart Melbourne Southern Cross station at regular intervals (1 to 3 times each hour) to Ballarat, Geelong, Bendigo, Seymour and Traralgon as its mentioned in Melbourne rail map. Two to five trains each day depart for the more distant destinations of Warrnambool, Ararat, Maryborough, Echuca, Swan Hill, Shepparton, Albury and Bairnsdale. Reservations are not essential, but they are available on longer distance trains and are advised at peak travel periods such as holidays. You can use your Myki card to travel on VLine trains to Geelong/Warn Ponds, Ballarat/Wendouree, Bendigo/Eaglehawk/Epsom, Seymour and Traralgon. For trips beyond those stations you must purchase a paper ticket at the station.