Hurstbridge Village

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The bustling green-wedge town at the end of the train line, where country meets city.

Only 45 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD, Hurstbridge is a close and easy day out for shopping, coffee or connecting with nature. Explore more than 60 shops, take a walk along the creek or join us for regular events held in Hurstbridge.

The Hurstbridge train line winds through a canopy of native trees before terminating at this rural village. Grab your lunch from cafes and restaurants or the Hurstbridge Farmers Market on the first Sunday of each month (except January).

You can work it off with strolls at Fergusons Paddock and the Hurstbridge Heritage Trail, or simply watch the gum-trees sway while perusing the gift and clothing stores.

Hurstbridge was the first town in Melbourne to go plastic carry bag free, so bring your own re-usable shopping bags.

Hurstbridge is a little bush gem.

Facilities

Cafe Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Telephone Public Toilet Restaurant Shop / Gift Shop

Disabled Assistance

Caters for challenges with learning and communication Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Wheelchair access

Accreditation

COVID Safe

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