Southern Cross Station Lockers

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Are there lockers at Southern Cross Station?

Southern Cross Station (or as the locals may still refer to it as Spencer Street Station) is located in the western part of the city on Spencer Street. Technically it’s in Docklands and not Melbourne.

It is Melbourne’s busiest train station. It brings together metropolitan and regional train services as well as airport and regional bus services.

Apart from transport, you can eat and shop at Southern Cross Station. Lockers are also available.

So getting back to the lockers at Southern Cross Station, they are located between V/Line and SkyBus, behind Hungry Jacks and 7 ELEVEn.

A good question to ask is, “How big are the lockers at Southern Cross Station?”

We are not quite sure, but there are three different sizes available.

Melbourne loves her trams. It’s home to largest tram network in the world.

There are old trams, slightly younger trams and new modern trams. The new ones are great. They are low riders and have air conditioning.

Once they get all the tram stops up to speed, so that passengers with disabilities can get on them, Melbourne will be on the move and the place to be.

Trams get full in the Free Tram Zone and although this tram is outside Flinders Street Station it is heading towards the western part of the city.

To remind you about the luggage storage. Southern Cross Station sometimes puts up this helpful notice, so you know where you are.

Nah just jokes.

They usually are working. They must me, because often it is hard to find an empty one.

 

It must be the lack of insurance that they offer, that draws the traveller in. Or could be the price (below).

Luggage check in

V/Line and interstate train services

Passengers must deposit their bags at Luggage Hall a minimum of 30 minutes before the service is scheduled for departure. This service is available for most V/Line train services and all interstate train services; however you still need to get your bags there.

We drop off to Southern Cross Station.

Please visit Luggage Hall, located within Southern Cross between the train and bus terminals, opposite Travellers Aid. 

Luggage Lockers at Southern Cross

Luggage lockers are available in various sizes and are located in areas throughout Southern Cross.

Dependant on size, prices are from;

3 hrs $6.00

24 hrs $12.00

2 days $24.00

3 days $36.00

4 days $48.00

5 days $60.00

6 days $72.00

7 days $84.00

Prices current January 2019​

Please note that all lockers more than 24 hours overdue will be cleared. Items left in overdue lockers may be retrieved at the Luggage Hall, however a $50.00 recovery fee will apply. Items not claimed for more than 7 days will be considered as lost property.

The facilities at Southern Cross Station are great, if you are already at Southern Cross Station, but what if you’re not?

Or what if you are there and want to leave? 

That’s where BagBoyz® | Luggage Storage Melbourne can help.

We can collect your bags from your city hotel, city office, store them for the day (or as long as you like) and drop them off to you when & where you need them – 24 hours a day. We call this Hands Free Travel. We often collect travellers luggage from Melbourne Airport, so they can catch an Uber or taxi to where they want to go to and then we meet them later in the day with their bags.

This is great is you have a few things planned for the day.

So shop ’til you drop, enjoy the coffee, take a selfie or whatever else you would like to do and rest assured that we will make your travels that much easier.

Our process is simple.

Click Book Now

Nominate your Free PICK UP date

Click the number of bags you wish to STORE

Lock in the time you would like the DROP OFF

Checkout and you’re done!

Book here and let BagBoyz Luggage Storage Southern Cross Station look after your bags. We’ll hold them for as little or as long as you need and drop them right back to you.

Shop ’til you drop in the city and really love it hands free

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