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V/Line operate the train services between Melbourne and Geelong. The above link will open their web site in a new page. To find the Geelong train timetable, go to the timetables section.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Route 60 Geelong to St Leonards via Drysdale, Portarlington

Route 60 travels between Geelong and St Leonards via Drysdale and Portarlington. Route 61 - Geelong to Drysdale via Leopold & Clifton Springs also services between Geelong and Drysdale via Leopold and Clifton Springs. Route 32 - Geelong to Leopold also services Leopold near Portarlington Rd.

 

 

Timetables:

Route 60 public timetables are available via the PTV web site at
60 at Public Transport Victoria - select the correct timetable. New timetables start on 27th of August. More details here.

New timetables effective 27 August 2017 for this service is available here

See below for:

Route map
Description of route
Customers please note
Major stops
Network Map

 

Route map

route 77 map
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Description of route

Route 60 – Geelong to St Leonards
via Leopold, Drysdale Portarlington

Departs from Geelong Station and travels via Railway Tce, Mercer St, Malop St, Moorabool St, Ryrie St, Drysdale Rd (Portarlington Rd), High St, Collins St, Portarlington Rd, Newcombe St, Fisher St, Stevens St, Gellibrand St, Newcombe St, Mercer St, The Esplanade, Hood Rd, Henderson St, Batman Rd, The Esplanade, Murradoc Rd (Drysdale-St Leonards Rd), Cole St, Seachange Way, Gilbert St to the terminus at the corner of Gilbert St,St Leonards.

PLEASE NOTE: A number of services to St Leonards terminate after the St Leonards Loop (Gilbert St, Bluff Rd, Mainsail Dr, Sandbar St, Seachange Way) at the corner of Clyde Av and Seachange Way.

60 - Geelong Station to Drysdale, weekday direct service

Departs from Geelong Station and travels via Railway Tce, Mercer St, Malop St, Moorabool St, Ryrie St and Drysdale Rd to High St, Drysdale Village Shopping Centre.

60A - Drysdale to St Leonards, weekday service

Departs from Drysdale Village SC and travels via High St, Collins St, Portarlington Rd, Newcombe St, Fisher St, Stevens St, Gellibrand St, Newcombe St, Mercer St, The Esplanade, Hood Rd, Henderson St, Batman Rd, The Esplanade, Murradoc Rd (Drysdale-St Leonards Rd), Cole St, Seachange Way, Gilbert St to the terminus at the corner of Bluff Rd, St Leonards.

Route 60 – St Leonards to Geelong

Departs the terminus in Gilbert St, at the corner of Bluff Rd, St Leonards, and runs via Bluff Rd, Mainsail Dr, Sandbar St, Seachange Way, Leviens Rd, Murradoc Rd (Drysdale-St Leonards Rd), The Esplanade, Batman Rd, Henderson St, Hood Rd, The Esplanade, Mercer St, Newcombe St, Gellibrand St, Stevens St, Fisher St, Newcombe St, Portarlington Rd, Collins St, High St. Drysdale Rd (Portarlington Rd), Ryrie St, Moorabool St, Malop St, Mercer St and Railway Tce to Geelong Station. NOTE: Weekday direct service from Drysdale to Geelong Station via Leopold: Departs Drysdale Village Shopping Centre and travel via High St, Drysdale Rd, Ryrie St, Moorabool St, Malop St, Mercer St, Railway Tce to Geelong Station.

60 - Drysdale to Geelong Station, weekday direct service

Departs from Drysdale Shopping Centre and travels via High St, Drysdale Rd, Ryrie St, Moorabool St, Malop St, Mercer St, Railway Tce to Geelong Station.

60A - St Leonards to Drysdale, weekday service

Departs the terminus in Gilbert St, corner of Bluff Rd, St Leonards, and runs via Bluff Rd, Mainsail Dr, Sandbar St, Seachange Way, Leviens Rd, Murradoc Rd (Drysdale-St Leonards Rd), The Esplanade, Batman Rd, Henderson St, Hood Rd, The Esplanade, Mercer St, Newcombe St, Gellibrand St, Stevens St, Fisher St, Newcombe St, Portarlington Rd, Collins St and High St to the terminus at Drysdale Village SC.

 

Customers please note

  • Buses operate to a Saturday timetable on public holidays except Christmas Day and Good Friday when a Sunday timetable shall apply.

  • Most Route 60 Geelong to Drysdale weekday direct buses connect to Route 60A buses at Drysdale Village SC. You can change to a Route 60A bus at Drysdale to continue your journey towards St Leonards.

  • All Route 60A buses towards Geelong Station connect to Route 60 weekday direct services at Drysdale Village SC. You can change to a Route 60 bus at Drysdale to continue your journey towards Geelong.

  • From time to time, bus schedules may change or be delayed without notice due to unforeseen circumstances.

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    Services marked with this symbol are operated by wheelchair accessible vehicles except in unforeseen circumstances. This may not apply on school holidays, please contact McHarry's Buslines on 5223 2111 to confirm. Click here for more details of our wheelchair services.

     

     

Major stops

1. Geelong Station
2. Moorabool St bus interchange (between Malop St and Ryrie St)
3. Geelong Hospital - Ryrie St
4. Portarlington Rd at Christies Rd
5. Drysdale Village SC - High St (near the corner of Eversley St)
6. Portarlington - Newcombe St at Harding St
7. Dylene Caravan Park, Mercer St, Portarlington
8. Indented Head - The Esplanade at general store
9. St Leonards Hotel, Murradoc Rd
10. Gilbert St, St Leonards

See a route map of the above major stops

Bellarine Network Map from 21st of June 2015

Geelong Network Map

Geelong Network Map
Click on map to download a pdf version

 

 

 

Train Timetables

 

 

 

 

V/Line operate the train services between Melbourne and Geelong. The above link will open their web site in a new page. To find the Geelong train timetable, go to the timetables section.

 

Customer tips when using Public Transport

When using our services, we want you to be safe. Here are some tips that may assist you in making your trip more enjoyable.

Customer information tools
There is a range of handy mobile and online tools available to help you access public transport information wherever you are in Victoria

Bus Safety
There are a number of things that you can do to make your bus journey safer and more secure.

Travelling with Children
Public transport is a fun and easy way to travel around Geelong with children. Children aged three years and under travel for free right across Victoria.

When travelling with a pram, hold on to the pram and make sure your child is strapped in securely. Apply the brake to prevent it from rolling.

Large Print Timetables
If you require a large print timetable, they are available free of charge via Public Transport Victoria on 1800 800 007 (6am to midnight).

Waiting for the bus

Get to the bus stop early, and get your myki ready. Stand back from the curb and wait for the bus to arrive. When you see your bus approaching, wave to the driver so it is clear you want this bus. Approach the curb once the bus has completely stopped and customers have finishing getting off the bus.

On the bus

Watch your step and hold the handrail as you board the bus. Keep both feet flat on the floor when standing.

Sit down as soon as you can. Safely store your bags to reduce trip hazards. Vacate the priority area is someone with special needs requires it. Assist or let the driver know if help is needed.

Be respectful to the bus driver and don't distract them while they are driving. They have an important job to drive the bus safely.

If the bus is crowded, move towards the rear.

Give the driver plenty of notice when approaching your stop by pressing the button early.

After the bus

Remove your headphones so you can be completely aware of your surroundings. Never cross the road until the bus has moved away and you can see clearly.

 

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