Melbourne/Wyndham

Werribee Mansion and Park.

Wyndham is a region and local council in the outer suburbs Melbourne. It is located to the south-west of the Melbourne CBD. Wyndham comprises a number of suburbs and towns. The seat of the council and primary settlement is Werribee, which holds the largest number of attractions and services. Point Cook, Werribee South, Hoppers Crossing and Wyndham Vale are other significant suburbs in the area. Wyndham is the third fastest growing area in Australia.

Get in

By train

The Werribee railway line terminates at Werribee, with trains direct from the city. A number of other Werribee suburbs also have stations along the line. Check Public Transport Victoria for the latest timetables and service information.

Some regional V/Line trains from Geelong will also stop at Werribee.

By bus

The Werribee Park Shuttle leaves from the National Gallery of Victoria in the city, and travels to many Wyndham sights and attractions; the stops are the Werribee Open Range Zoo, Victorian State Rose Garden, Shadowfax Winery, Mansion Hotel, Werribee Mansion and the RAAF Museum.

The bus departs at 9:30am (arrive by at least 9:20am) and returns mid-afternoon. Bookings are necessary. Adults cost $25, 10-14 years $20, 4-9 years $15 and under 4 years are free.

By road

The Princes Freeway conveniently connects most Wyndham suburbs to the city centre and Geelong. For the Werribee town centre, get off at the Duncans Road exit-ramp and turn right, about 30 minutes from the city.

See

Do

Buy

The Werribee Plaza located on the corner of Heaths and Derrimut Road in Hoppers Crossing contains a variety of specialty item stores including mens and ladies fashion, banks, beauty and food stores. The Werribee plaza has over 150 stores including a 10 screen cinema. You can visit the Werribee Plaza via car, bus, taxi or foot. The Werribee Plaza is located approximately 30 minutes from the Central Business District.

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