Getting to the Square

 
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Prahran Square is the new cultural and recreational heart of Prahran with spaces to relax, catch up with friends and take a breather from the hustle and bustle of nearby Chapel and Greville streets.  Home to an ongoing series of community events and activations the Square is set amongst an interesting mix of cafes, bars, restaurants and retail stores.

Opening hours

Prahran Square is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is always free to enter.

 

Travelling by car

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2 hour parking for $1

Prahran Square has a 500 bay car park facility located directly below the parkland.

The car park is open 24 hours, enter via Izett Street.

The car park features:

  • 500 bays
  • 11 accessible parking bays close to travelator and elevator
  • travelator and elevators to both levels
  • elevators to Cato and Wattle streets
  • stairs to Izett, Chatham and Wattle streets
  • charge point for electric vehicles
  • public amenities
  • 24-hour parking
  • 24-hour customer service

Visit Care Park for more information.

Public transport

There are plenty of public transport options right on the doorstep of Prahran Square.

Train

Catch the Sandringham Line train to Prahran Station.  Exit the station and head east along Greville Street (towards Chapel Street) then left into Izett Street.

Tram

Tram Route 72 - exit at Stop 30 (Prahran Market and Commercial Road), at the corner of Izett Street.

Tram Route 78 - exit at Stop 47 (Commercial Road and Chapel Street) or Stop 48 (Chatham Street and Chapel Street).

Bus

Bus routes 603 and 604 stop on Commercial Road just outside Prahran Market, opposite Izett Street.

Walk or cycle

Cycle paths are located on Chapel Street and Commercial Road, or take the back streets for a leisurely ride or stroll.

There are a number of bike rack stations located around the Square.