Bacchus Marsh Station
We are upgrading Bacchus Marsh Station as part of the Ballarat Line Upgrade.
The upgraded station will feature:
- an additional platform
- a new accessible overpass linking the platforms
- a new car park with 100 extra spaces
- removal of existing train stabling yard
- improved bus bays and bicycle facilities
- improved security, lighting and landscaping.
We've started work on rebuilding the northern car park at Bacchus Marsh Station. This will mean some major changes to car parking at the station over the next few months.
Temporary alternative parking will be available at the eastern end of the station. Bus bays will be temporarily relocated to Station Street near the turntable.
Information will be available at the station as these changes occur. Passengers should leave extra time to arrive at the station and find a parking space during this time, and follow the signs in place directing vehicles and pedestrians.
See Current works for more information.
Station Images Timeline
Start of project
The local community and stakeholders had their say on the Ballarat Line Upgrade last year and the information provided has shaped the design for the upgrade of Bacchus Marsh Station.
What we heard
|Aspect||What is important to you||How the station design considers your feedback|
Access and connections
|Easy and safe access for all people. Safety and security is also important.||The station has been designed so that it can be accessed by everyone – including the elderly, people travelling with children and people using mobility aids. CCTV cameras and lighting have also been included in the design.|
Parking and transport
|Improved traffic access, including better drop-off zones, bus bay and parking||There will be additional parking, bicycle hoops and drop-off zones and an improved bus bay layout.|
Heritage and integration
|Preserving the heritage aspects of the station including retaining the turntable and ensuring that new infrastructure is sympathetic to the existing building.||The station has been designed so that it can be accessed by everyone – including the elderly, people travelling with children and people using mobility aids. CCTV cameras and lighting have also been included in the design.|
In September we sought community feedback on tree planting, landscaping and heritage at the station.