There are 5 ways to get from Melbourne to Point Cook by bus, train, taxi, car or towncar
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Line 945 bus, line 497 bus • 1h 15m
4 alternative options
Train, line 497 bus • 1h 21m
Taxi • 22m
$35 - $45
Drive • 22m
$2 - $4
Uber • 22m
$30 - $40
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Melbourne to Point Cook is to drive which costs $3 - $5 and takes 22m.
The quickest way to get from Melbourne to Point Cook is to taxi which costs $50 - $65 and takes 22m.
No, there is no direct bus from Melbourne to Point Cook. However, there are services departing from Little Collins St/Queen St and arriving at Point Cook Rd/Saltwater Prom via Williams Landing Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1h 15m.
The distance between Melbourne and Point Cook is 22 km. The road distance is 27.1 km.
The best way to get from Melbourne to Point Cook without a car is to line 945 bus and line 497 bus which takes 1h 15m and costs $9.
It takes approximately 1h 15m to get from Melbourne to Point Cook, including transfers.
Melbourne to Point Cook bus services, operated by PTV Night Network, depart from Little Collins St/Queen St station.
Melbourne to Point Cook bus services, operated by Metropolitan buses, arrive at Point Cook Rd/Saltwater Prom station.
Yes, the driving distance between Melbourne to Point Cook is 27 km. It takes approximately 22m to drive from Melbourne to Point Cook.
There are 1753+ hotels available in Point Cook. Prices start at $83 USD per night.
What companies run services between Melbourne, VIC, Australia and Point Cook, VIC, Australia?
You can take a bus from Melbourne to Point Cook via Williams Landing Station in around 1h 15m.
Train from Flinders Street to Williams Landing
- Ave. Duration
- Every 20 minutes
- Estimated price
- 2 hour ticket
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