Sandringham Line

Comeng train led by 443M arriving at Brighton Beach station, with Port Phillip Bay in the background, 19 December 2017.

Year Opened:

South Yarra–Windsor 1860; Windsor–North Brighton 1859; North Brighton–Brighton Beach 1861; Brighton Beach–Sandringham 1887

 

Stations:

Prahran, Windsor, Balaclava, Ripponlea, Elsternwick, Gardenvale, North Brighton, Middle Brighton, Brighton Beach, Hampton, Sandringham

 

Typical Journey Time:

30 minutes (Flinders Street–Sandringham); 24 minutes (South Yarra–Sandringham)

 

Typical Peak Frequency:

10 minutes

 

Typical Off-peak Frequency:

15 minutes

 

Typical Weekend Frequency:

20 minutes

The Sandringham line extends to the middle south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. It branches from the Pakenham and Frankston lines at South Yarra. The line is double track throughout and all services stop at all stations. Services on weekdays run directly from Flinders Street, while weekend services run through the City Loop. The terminus at Sandringham is located close to the shore of Port Phillip Bay.