Box Hill Central, Box Hill
- Address: Box Hill VIC 3128, Australia
About Box Hill Central, Box Hill
Box Hill Central is one of the most popular places to visit in Box Hill, Australia. Best recognized for its beautiful view and non-crowdy location, the Box Hill Central attracts many tourists. You can explore the breath-taking view of Box Hill from this point of interest.How to reach Box Hill Central?
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The ticket price or pass for visiting Box Hill Central is given in this page. It may vary depending on the season and crowd. It’s better to check the Box Hill Central tickets and opening hours in advance to avail the best offer. Whether you’re travelling with your family, friends or backpacking on a solo adventure, this page also provides you an idea of how much time you can typically spend here to experience the view and vibe. Tickets and visiting passes may come with different time slots and TripHobo allows you to book sightseeing and skip the line tours for Box Hill Central. You can also book the customized day tours for Box Hill Central from vendors like Get Your Guide, Viator and Musement.Accommodations and Other Facilities Near Box Hill Central
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Things to Know Before Visiting Box Hill Central
95% of people who visit Box Hill include Box Hill Central in their plan
95% of people plan their visit to Box Hill Central around 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Box Hill Central
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Box Hill Central
People normally also visit 70/80 Mcmeikans Rd while planning their trip to Box Hill Central.
Box Hill Central, Box Hill Reviews
Horrible dirty train station. Some very dodgy people around here and the bus interchange on the roof top is just as bad and on top,of that the general population inside this place are arrogant and refuse to move out of your way and look at you like you don't belong here.....mmmm. Last time I checked I was born in this state and speak fluent English. Do you ? What embarrassment to my young daughter having to explain why so many people at this place are just very average individuals
I can't believe i got find by those ticket inspectors again. I'm not going here anymore, i'm gone. My parents feel very disappointed on me for getting find. No concession, get find. That's all what they do, pointlessly find people, don't care about our own reasons. Those ticket inspectors do not deserve to live and work as them. They are bunch of scums with no souls. Expensive bill, what a childish prank. Its like robbing all my money from me. This makes my life even worse now. Well thanks a lot ticket inspector scums, for getting myself in trouble... again.....
This station is okay. The (current) station was built between 1983-85 (when the Station St. railway crossing was abolished), and other than the PTV signs, it still looks like it's from 1985. The decor is old. The entrance to the station is exactly the same as it was during the 1990's. The only difference is that the signage is PTV, and also that Paper Tickets and 'Scratchies' aren't accepted anymore... In fact, if you put back the old 'MTA'-style signs on (white text on a green background), retile the rest of the platform (the seating area still has tiles) and some old Harris/Hitachi (or even early Comeng) trains (with the 1980's MTA logo) and remove the gates, it could almost be 1985 again! There are escalators, stairs and a lift to access 2/3 but only a ramp for 4. There are four platforms. Platform 1 - Has been inaccessible since July 1984. It was only used between 1983-84, when the crossing was being abolished. The McDonalds is now where the access point for the ramp that leads down is, so it's no longer accessible. There is no track/infrastructure and only minimal lighting on this platform. Platform 2/3: This is the main (Island) Platform. It's been concreted (it was originally tiled). The displays are the original ones from the 1980s. The platform isn't particularly clean, but it does have good shelter (as with all platforms at this station) and an okay amount of seating (there could be a little more). There is a platform food store, which has the same selection as any other store of this type. Platform 4: Only used during peak times. Facility-wise, it's the same as Platform 2/3 (excluding the lack of the platform food store). The 'Next Train' TV screens (at the platform and at the ticket gates) are the same ones from 1985, and are the last remaining of its type, as far as I know. Overall, it is usable but is slightly aged and may need a renovation in the future.
A convenient transport connection, but could do with a bit of a renovation.
Pretty bad station even by Melbourne standards., Very hard to get into the station or the bus interchange, very crowded on weekends, and the toilets are pretty far from the platforms. It is an underground station which does mean there is a ton of shelter however.
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