|Owned by VicTrack|
Opened 25 June 1912
Status Premium station
Station status Premium station
|Operated by Metro|
Platforms in use 1
|Location Heidelberg-Kinglake Road, Hurstbridge
Distance 38.02 kilometres from Southern Cross
Address Hurstbridge VIC 3099, Australia
Similar Diamond Creek railway st, Eltham railway station - M, Westgarth railway station, South Morang railway st, Alamein railway station
Hurstbridge railway station is the terminus of the Hurstbridge line, in Victoria, Australia. It serves the north-eastern Melbourne suburb of Hurstbridge, and opened on 25 June 1912 as Hurst's Bridge. It was renamed Hurstbridge on 9 December 1912.
Platforms & services
Hurstbridge has one platform. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Hurstbridge line services.
Accidents and incidents
On April 9 1983, Comeng motor carriage 315M & Tait motor carriage 472M were destroyed by a fire whilst at the station. Both cars were later scrapped.
Shortly before 2 a.m. on November 11, 2015, X'Trapolis train 927M-1664T-928M derailed, following an unauthorised movement from the yard, resulting in several collisions with various infrastructure and another train. On June 1, 2016, a former Metro Trains worker pleaded guilty to causing the incident, along with lighting two fires at Newport Workshops in 2015, which damaged or destroyed heritage train carriages, including a historical Swing Door EMU.