Mooroopna Station Rebuild

Consultation has concluded

Locals have their say on Mooroopna Station

Mooroopna locals and Shepparton line passengers have had their say on the future of the town’s station after fire destroyed passenger facilities in January this year.

Transport for Victoria and V/Line hosted a local stakeholder session in April 2018 with community leaders, including the City of Greater Shepparton, representatives from the local indigenous community, historical society and other community groups.

Passengers and locals were also able to have their say at a drop-in session on 16 April 2018 at the Bill & Beats cafe in Mooroopna or complete an online survey through the Transport for Victoria website.

There was overwhelming feedback for the need for a heritage-style all-weather type shelter at the station and improved lighting. V/Line will now commence the procurement of a new shelter and install additional lighting by September this year.

The shelter will be similar to that at Broadford Station and other stations on the regional network.

The community also wanted to see the historical and indigenous significance of the station recognised. Transport for Victoria and V/Line will work closely with local groups over the coming months to honour the history of the station.

The community wanted to see other improvements to the broader station precinct.

Transport for Victoria will work with the City of Greater Shepparton to improve the access to the station including better footpaths and improved connections to the town centre and ‘wayfinding’ to the station. These conversations will occur in coming weeks.

Any further opportunities to improve the Shepparton line such as relocating Mooroopna station will be considered in the longer term planning for the corridor.

Read a summary of community feedback here.

Above: Mooroopna Station building before fire.


Locals have their say on Mooroopna Station

Mooroopna locals and Shepparton line passengers have had their say on the future of the town’s station after fire destroyed passenger facilities in January this year.

Transport for Victoria and V/Line hosted a local stakeholder session in April 2018 with community leaders, including the City of Greater Shepparton, representatives from the local indigenous community, historical society and other community groups.

Passengers and locals were also able to have their say at a drop-in session on 16 April 2018 at the Bill & Beats cafe in Mooroopna or complete an online survey through the Transport for Victoria website.

There was overwhelming feedback for the need for a heritage-style all-weather type shelter at the station and improved lighting. V/Line will now commence the procurement of a new shelter and install additional lighting by September this year.

The shelter will be similar to that at Broadford Station and other stations on the regional network.

The community also wanted to see the historical and indigenous significance of the station recognised. Transport for Victoria and V/Line will work closely with local groups over the coming months to honour the history of the station.

The community wanted to see other improvements to the broader station precinct.

Transport for Victoria will work with the City of Greater Shepparton to improve the access to the station including better footpaths and improved connections to the town centre and ‘wayfinding’ to the station. These conversations will occur in coming weeks.

Any further opportunities to improve the Shepparton line such as relocating Mooroopna station will be considered in the longer term planning for the corridor.

Read a summary of community feedback here.

Above: Mooroopna Station building before fire.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Have your say on Mooroopna Station

    Mooroopna locals and Shepparton line passengers are being asked to have a say on the future of Mooroopna Station after fire destroyed passenger facilities in January 2018.

    Complete the survey below before Friday 27 AprilĀ to tell us what you think.

    Mooroopna locals and Shepparton line passengers are being asked to have a say on the future of Mooroopna Station after fire destroyed passenger facilities in January 2018.

    Complete the survey below before Friday 27 April to tell us what you think.

    Consultation has concluded