Middle Gorge Station was built as part of the extension of the South Morang line to Mernda, which opened in August 2018.
Built at ground level opposite Marymede Catholic College, this station provides parking for about 550 cars and a separate bike storage area that connects directly to a walking and cycling path.
The station’s ramps, lifts and stairs provide easy access and a path connects new public forecourts on both sides of the station via a wide pedestrian underpass.
Access is available via both Old Plenty Road and Williamsons Road for taxi and kiss-and-ride drop-off facilities, which are visible from waiting areas.
The station’s rock walls were constructed using stone excavated from the project area. Native trees have been used for landscaping, creating a range of spaces to enjoy.
With 550 parking spaces and paths to neighbouring parkland, the station is easily accessible by car, bike, taxi, bus and on foot.
A walking and cycling path running along the rail corridor connects the station with nearby homes, existing parks and the local path network.