There are 2 ways to get from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary by bus or car
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Bus, line 685 bus • 3h 40m
$13 - $16
1 alternative option
Drive • 1h 45m
$12 - $19
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary is to bus and line 685 bus which costs $17 - $23 and takes 3h 40m.
The quickest way to get from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary is to drive which costs $17 - $26 and takes 1h 45m.
No, there is no direct bus from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary. However, there are services departing from MMBL Depot/High St and arriving at Healesville Sanctuary/Glen Eadie Ave via Lilydale. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 3h 40m.
The distance between Mansfield and Healesville Sanctuary is 86 km. The road distance is 142.2 km.
The best way to get from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary without a car is to bus and line 685 bus which takes 3h 40m and costs $17 - $23.
It takes approximately 3h 40m to get from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary, including transfers.
Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary bus services, operated by V-Line, depart from MMBL Depot/High St station.
Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary bus services, operated by Metropolitan buses, arrive at Healesville Sanctuary/Glen Eadie Ave station.
Yes, the driving distance between Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary is 142 km. It takes approximately 1h 45m to drive from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary.
There are 170+ hotels available in Healesville Sanctuary. Prices start at $110 USD per night.
What companies run services between Mansfield, VIC, Australia and Healesville Sanctuary, VIC, Australia?
You can take a bus from Mansfield to Healesville Sanctuary via Lilydale and Healesville Sanctuary/Glen Eadie Ave in around 3h 40m.
V/Line is the largest provider of passenger rail and coach services in regional Victoria, Australia. Train and coach services cater to destinations across regional areas from Southern Cross Station in the heart of Melbourne city. Myki is used for travel to and from V/Line stations located between Melbourne and Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo, Traralgon and Seymour, while paper tickets must be used on long distance services to Bairnsdale, Albury, Shepparton, Echuca, Swan Hill, Ararat, Maryborough and Warrnambool. First Class carriages have meal trays, larger reclining seats with more leg room, and approximately 52 seats in each carriage, compared to 88 in Economy Class.
Bus from MMBL Depot/High St to Lilydale
- Ave. Duration
- Once daily
- Estimated price
- $9 - $14
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