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The Sandridge Railwayopened in 1854 to servewhat was then Australia’sbusiest shipping port.
This trail follows the originaltrain route from FlindersStreet Station to PortMelbourne. M
ade up of threesections, this trail involvesa walk, a tram ride, and anopportunity to explore.
Walk from Princes Bridge
in the city to Spencer Street.
Ride on the light railtram, route 109 from SpencerStreet along the formerSandridge railway line toPort Melbourne.
Explore the waterfrontarea of Beacon Cove andPort Melbourne.You can follow the entire trailon foot via Flinders Walkand the Sandridge Light RailTrail which are both markedon the map below.The terrain is at followinga formed path with just a fewstairs as marked.
Wheelchair users can followthe trail from the start byproceeding along SwanstonStreet, and down FlindersStreet to join Flinders Walkat Queens Bridge. All the109 trams are wheelchairfriendly but must be joinedat stop 125A just pastClarendon Street oralternately at the corner of
Swanston and Collins Streets.
Tram Services on weekendsare every 10-12 minutes,except before 11am onSundays when they run every30 minutes. On weekdaystrams run every 8 minutesand every 4 minutes duringpeak periods. (The tramjourney from Spencer Streetto Port Melbourne on the109 is within Zone 1). Forfurther information callMETLINK on 131 638 or visit
The Flinders Walk sectiontakes approximately 15minutes and the tram sectionaround 10 minutes. Spendingapproximately half an hour atthe Port Melbourne end theentire return journey takesone and a half to two hours.