Passengers at Marshall Station can look forward to a more modern and accessible station as part of the South Geelong to Waurn Ponds Duplication.


A rebuilt station building on the existing platform will provide a waiting room for passengers.

A second platform and additional track will mean trains can pass each other in this sections and allow services to recover faster from unexpected delays. It will also enable 5 train services per hour during the peaks and 3 per hour between the peaks for Marshall and Waurn Ponds stations.

A new pedestrian overpass will provide safe and accessible connections for passengers with the inclusion of ramps and lifts for people with mobility aids or prams. Passengers will also be able to access the station from entrances on the new second platform.

Station upgrades

Key features include:

  • brand new station building and forecourt on the existing platform
  • a new second platform, an accessible pedestrian overpass, improved shelter and better wayfinding
  • an enclosed waiting room on the existing platform
  • a high-quality architectural and landscape design for the station and public areas
  • more than 200 new car parking spaces, boosting capacity by more than 30% and providing more choice of where to catch the train for the growing communities of Geelong and the Surf Coast
  • lighting and CCTV upgrades to help improve station safety for passengers
  • an integrated public and active transport precinct with improved connections and facilities for walking and cycling, including additional parkiteers and bicycle hoops
  • upgrades to the bus interchange to provide better access for vehicles and pedestrians
  • a new footpath will connect Marshalltown and Barwarre roads to the new second platform.

Fact sheet