Linda Crescent, Hawthorn
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Alamein/ Belgrave/ Lilydale Line to Glenferrie Station
Get off at Glenferrie Train Station and cross Glenferrie Road.
Melbourne University – Kew via St Kilda Beach (Route 16)
Runs along Glenferrie Road. Get off at stop 74 near Linda Crescent.
Docklands – Wattle Park (Route 70)
Get off at the corner of Riversdale and Glenferrie roads and walk north on Glenferrie Road for 7 to 8 minutes.
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 7 to 8 minutes.
Kew – Oakleigh (Route 624)
Get off at the corner of Auburn Road and Burwood Road and walk east for 5 minutes along Burwood Road until you reach Glenferrie Road. Then, cross the road turn right and walk 2 minutes until you reach Linda Crescent.
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The Glenferrie Road precinct has an excellent walking network. There are good walking paths from the east and west through Grace Park and Central Gardens.
- 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).
- 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 along Glenferrie Road.