South-West Victoria

South-Western Victoria once had a large number of branch and cross country railway lines, all connected to the main line which ran from Geelong to Port Fairy. Today the branches are all closed, and the main line has been truncated to Warrnambool

Rail lines

Geelong and Warrnambool
Headed south-west from Geelong, it is the only remaining railway in the region. It carries passenger and freight services as far as Warrnambool.
The Mortlake line was a relatively long lived branch line that branched from the main line at Terang.