Flinders Street Station Tours

The striking Edwardian facade of Flinders Street Station is one of Melbourne's two transport hubs; the other is the far more modern Southern Cross Station at the other end of the city. Australia's oldest station, the current building with its copper dome, red and yellow tower, arched windows and famous clocks opened back in 1910, though there's been a station here since 1854.

The busiest station in the Southern Hemisphere, the station is packed at peak hours, but quieter for a wander through at other times. Stained glass features in the atrium, and all manner of takeaway stalls offer quick snacks for passers-by and travelers alike.

For an interesting art and shopping stroll, follow the historic underpass that takes you under Flinders Street to Melbourne's funkiest cafe enclave at Degraves Street. Along the way you'll pass local boutiques and a changing parade of street art in one of the city's most unusual gallery art spaces.

Practical Info

Flinders Street Station stretches for several city blocks along Flinders Street, from Swanston Street to Elizabeth Street. All trains stop at Flinders Street Station, and the busy intersection is also served by just about every tram in Melbourne. The station faces iconic Federation Square.

Location
Address: Corner Flinders and Swanston Streets, Melbourne 3000, Australia
Time
Hours: Open daily
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Admission: Free
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