- Train Services
- Bus Services
- NightRider Bus
- Tram Services
- Planning your journey and timetables
- Travel tips - Fares and Ticketing
- Bayside Public Transport Maps
- Providing feedback on public transport issues
The City of Bayside is served by two rail lines; the Sandringham line which extends into the northern and central parts of the municipality and the Frankston line, which runs through and along the border with Kingston and Glen Eira council’s to the east. There are six stations on the Sandringham line and three on the Frankston line that serve Bayside residents:
(City to Sandringham - Sandringham to City):
(City to Frankston -Frankston to City):
|Weekday Train Frequency: 10 minutes during peak hours and 15 minutes at other times. After 9pm every 20 minutes.
Weekend Train Frequency: Every 20 minutes.
|Weekday Train Frequency: At least every 10 minutes between 7.30am – 7.30pm. After 7.30pm every 20 minutes.
Weekend Train Frequency: Every 10 minutes between 9.30am and 6.30pm. After 6.30pm every 30 minutes.
|Gardenvale (Zone 1)||Moorabbin (adjacent to municipal boundary) (Zone 2)|
|North Brighton (Zone 1 & 2)||Highett (Zone 2)|
|Middle Brighton (Zone 1 & 2)||Cheltenham (Zone 2)|
|Brighton Beach (Zone 1&2)|
|Hampton (Zone 2)|
|Sandringham (Zone 2)|
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There are currently 16 bus services which operate in Bayside many of which connect with train stations. View information on those bus services that operate in Bayside, together with the areas they serve
The NightRider is a late night bus service that offers a safe and affordable way of getting home on a Saturday or Sunday morning. NightRider buses leave from several locations in the CBD. Passengers can use a valid Myki card to travel on any of the NightRider buses.
NightRider Route 970 serves Bayside and operates from Melbourne’s CBD via St Kilda and Nepean Highway. Those major bus stops along the route serving Bayside include:
- Glen Huntly Road / Nepean Highway (Gardenvale);
- Hawthorn Road / Nepean Highway (Brighton and Brighton East);
- Moorabbin Town Hall / Nepean Highway (Hampton East); and
- Goulburn Street / Nepean Highway (Cheltenham).
The north-east of the municipality is served by tram route 64 which operates between Hawthorn Road, Brighton East, and Melbourne University. Although route 67 operates between the City of Glen Eira and Melbourne University, it serves a small catchment of Bayside residents in the north-east of the municipality.
|Route – 64: Brighton East to Melbourne University
follows the following roads
|Route – 67: Carnegie to Melbourne University
follows the following roads
|Commences at Hawthorn Road, East Brighton||Commences at Glen Huntly Road, Carnegie|
|Dandenong Road||Brighton Road|
|St Kilda Road||St Kilda Road|
|Swanston Street||Swanston Street|
|Ends at Melbourne University||Ends at Melbourne University|
The Public Transport Victoria (PTV) journey planner can be used to instantly provide the best public transport options for your trip. Simply select your origin, destination and time of travel and let the journey planner do the rest. It includes information on the train, tram or bus service that you should use, the length of time that your journey will take, including walking time between destinations if necessary.
Visit the PTV website to plan your trip or to view the timetables for metropolitan trains, buses and tram services.
Myki is Melbourne’s reusable smart card ticketing system that is easy to use and is the only way to travel on trains, buses and trams in Zones 1 and 2.
- Simply top up before your journey with either myki money or myki pass
- With myki money you ’pay as you go’ while myki pass is suitable if you travel regularly
- Myki cards can be purchased and topped up at nearly 800 retailers including all 7-Eleven stores and the ticket office window at staffed train stations
- Myki machines are located at all train stations and major bus and tram interchanges and can be used to top up
- Myki’s can now also be topped up on board buses up to a maximum of $20
- Touch on and touch off at a myki reader as you travel
The Public Transport Ombudsman (PTO) Ltd is a free, confidential and impartial alternative dispute resolution scheme available to people who use or are affected by public passenger transport services, or related activities of public transport in Victoria.
Ph: 1800 466 865
Website: Public Transport Ombudsman
Page last updated: 24 Mar 2014