Flinders Street Station
Welcome to the iconic Flinders Street Station, one of Melbourne's most recognisable landmarks and Australia's oldest train station. With its green copper dome, yellow facade, arched entrance, tower, and clocks, this heritage-listed station is a true gem of the city's history.
Completed in 1910, Flinders Street Station's upper floors were originally designed as a space for a library, gym, and lecture hall, which later served as a ballroom. Today, the station is renowned for its impressive 708-metre main platform, which is the fourth longest railway platform in the world.
As one of the busiest suburban railway stations in the Southern Hemisphere, Flinders Street Station serves over 110,000 commuters and over 1,500 trains each day. Whether you're traveling within Melbourne or exploring around, Flinders Street Station is the perfect starting point for your journey.
Stay at our hotel, conveniently located just a short walk away from the station and take advantage of our easy access to the city's transportation hub. From Flinders Street Station, you can easily reach Melbourne's top attractions, such as Federation Square, the Royal Botanic Gardens, and the National Gallery of Victoria.
For information about train arrival and departure times, platform details, fares, and tickets, we recommend visiting their website. Don't miss the opportunity to experience the magic of Flinders Street Station and immerse yourself in the rich history and bustling energy of Melbourne's transportation hub. Book your stay with us today and start your Melbourne adventure from the heart of the city.