See this information on our printable Glenferrie Road sustainable transport options sheet below.
Alamein/ Belgrave/ Lilydale Line to Glenferrie Station
Get off at Glenferrie Train Station and you are in the heart of the Glenferrie Road shopping strip.
Melbourne University – Kew via St Kilda Beach (Route 16)
Runs along Glenferrie Road through the heart of the shopping centre.
Docklands – Wattle Park (Route 70)
Get off at the corner of Riversdale and Glenferrie roads and walk north on Glenferrie Road for 5 to 10 minutes until you reach the shops.
City – Vermont South (Route 75)
- From the City, get off at the corner of Burwood Road and Power Street, then walk east along Burwood Road for 5 to 10 minutes.
- From Vermont South, get off at the corner of Riversdale and Glenferrie roads and walk north on Glenferrie Road for 5 to 10 minutes.
Kew – Oakleigh (Route 624)
Get off along Auburn Road and walk one block east for 5 minutes to Glenferrie Road.
Check out PTV website for more public transport information, including timetables, fares, route information and the Journey Planner
The Glenferrie Road precinct is one of the main activity centres in Boroondara and has an excellent walking network. There are good walking paths from the east and west through Grace Park and Central Park.
- An on-road bike lane runs the length of Glenferrie Road, from Barkers Road to Monash Freeway.
- There are also on-road bike lanes running along Auburn Road and Tooronga Road, which all connect with the Gardiners Creek Trail (off-road shared path).
- There are also a number of informal cycling routes on Barkers Road, Burwood Road, Manningtree Road, Oxley Road, Wakefield Street (Swinburne University), Liddiard Street, Urquhart Street and Riversdale Road.
- You will find secure bike parking hoops on Glenferrie Road, Burwood Road and on the Swinburne University Campus.