Getting Here

Located less than 15 kilometres east from Melbourne’s Central Business District, Box Hill is situated within close proximity of the Eastern Freeway and Eastlink, providing convenient access to the Central Business District, Melbourne Airport, the Yarra Valley wine and tourism region and Dandenong Ranges in the east and the Mornington Peninsula in the south. 

Public Transport

Box Hill is well served by public transport which plays an important role for commuter travel. The focus of the public transport network through the centre of Whitehorse is the Belgrave/Lilydale railway line, which is augmented by tram and bus routes along key arterial routes.

Box Hill has train, tram and bus access and connectivity. See Public Transport Victoria to plan your journey and be updated with service information.


Box Hill is strategically positioned to take the connective advantage through the Eastern Freeway and Eastlink, providing access to the CBD, Melbourne Airport, and the Yarra Valley wine and tourism region in the east and Melbourne’s Bayside and Mornington Peninsula region in the south.

Cycling and Walking

Whitehorse has some fantastic walking tracks and bike routes. Council’s Walking and Wheeling Guide highlights some of the wonderful parks and walking tracks within the municipality. The guide includes information on required levels of fitness, disability access, general facilities, and lists the location of some of the BMX tracks, mountain bike tracks, skate parks and playgrounds in Whitehorse.

North East Link

The North East Link project, which connects the M80 with the Eastern Freeway will further provide convenient access to Box Hill and the City of Whitehorse. To learn more about this project, visit North East Link

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Visitor Guide and Map

An overview of Whitehorse City Council facilities, key services and public transport routes

Aboriginal flagTSI flagWhitehorse City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.