383 High Street, Kew

Phone: 9853 6177

See this information on our printable Kew Recreation Centre sustainable transport options sheet below.

Trams

Route 48 and 24: North Balwyn – New Quay Docklands/City

Both of these trams travel along High Street and stop in front of Kew Recreation Centre.

Route 42 and 109: Box Hill – Victoria Harbour/Port Melbourne

  • Both of these trams travel along High St South and Cotham Road.
  • Either:  Get off at Kew Junction and walk east on High Street for about 8 to 10 minutes. Or get off at Cotham Road and Glenferrie Road and walk north up Mary Street for about 5 minutes, then cross High Street.

Route 16: Melbourne University – Kew via St Kilda Beach

This route finishes at the intersection of Glenferrie and Cotham Roads. From there walk north up Mary Street for about 5 minutes, then cross High Street.

Buses

  • Bus 201 (City – Doncaster Shoppingtown) or Bus 207 (City – Donvale) travel along High Street and stop in front of Kew Recreation Centre.
  • Bus 609 (Hawthorn – Fairfield) stops at High Street and Charles Street, then walk east on High Street for about 3 minutes.
  • Bus 200 and 205 stop at Kew Junction. From Kew Junction, walk east on High Street for about 8–10 minutes.
  • Bus 202, 302 and 624 stop at Harp Junction. From Harp Junction, walk west on High Street for 12–15 minutes.

Check out PTV for more public transport information, including timetables, fares, route information and the Journey Planner.

Walking

Kew Recreation Centre is a short distance from Kew Junction. The surrounding area has an excellent walking network.

Cycling

  • There are a series of informal cycling routes that lead to Kew Junction and Kew Recreation Centre
  • Ride your bike in and then lock it up safely to the bike hoops at the main entrance.