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Issue 5 29 March, 2019 HARMONY DAY Harmony Day encompasses all the defining factors of Australia. It is a day where we celebrate our differences, where we inspire inclusiveness, respect and belonging of all Australians, regardless of their cultural background, race, or gender. On Thursday 21 March Gleneagles Secondary College did just that. The SALT team was successful in organising a range of activities designed to engage students across all the year levels in celebration of Harmony Day. With a range of activities organised there was something for everybody, including a photo booth where students and teachers were able to snap a few photos while holding up flags of their countries. A ‘welcome’ mural was also available for the bilingual Gleneagles community to share what ‘welcome’ is in their own languages. In addition, multiple performers, many of whom were students, were able to share their cultural dances, sing their hearts out and support their friends on stage! Harmony Day not only acknowledges ethnic and cultural diversity, but it celebrates this diversity in the most positive and spectacular of ways. In an era of increasing dividedness, it has become a necessity for Australians to celebrate multiculturalism, because it is one of the most pivotal shaping factors of Australia. Harmony Day not only fosters solidarity and inclusiveness, but it teaches us to accept the differences of the people around us. At the end of the day, it is our differences that make us who we are; unique, independent individuals. The SALT team set up a voting station where students voted for a $500 donation from the school towards the Southern Migrant and Refugee centre. While wearing orange as a sign of social communication we raised $1597.50 from the Free Dress Gold Coin Donation, this money has been donated to State Schools Relief. Maya Ghassali | Yr 12 Student & SALT member www.gleneagles.vic.edu.au | Reema Boulevard, Endeavour Hills VIC 3802 | T: 9708 1319 | F: 9708 1324
GLENEAGLES IS BECOMING A RESOURCESMART SCHOOL! In light of our recent efforts to reduce waste at Gleneagles, the College has made the commitment to become a ResourceSmart School. A waste audit conducted by students in 2018 found that the school sends approximately 50 cubic meters of waste to landfill each month, equivalent to approximately 68 kilograms of waste each day, 95% of which is recyclable or compostable. What is a ResourceSmart School? ResourceSmart Schools are a government initiative that helps our school embed sustainability into everything we do. We are aiming to reduce our resource use (like our plastic and food waste, electricity and waste water) plus support indigenous plants and animals. This program will also help the school to save money by decreasing the amounts of waste that require external management. Parents: What does this mean for you? As a college, we want to decrease the amount of landfill waste we produce yearly. As parents, you influence our ability to achieve this goal through the packaging and waste your child brings to school. • Plastic packaging in your child’s lunch should be kept to a minimum. A waste audit conducted in 2018 found that approximately 15% of the school’s landfill waste consists of soft plastics (such as chip packaging and clingwrap) • Opt for more sustainable options such as reusable lunch containers, beeswax wrapping or brown paper bags. These products can either be washed and reused, or repurposed into compost or worm farms • Soft plastics such as food packaging and plastic bags can be recycled in most Coles and Woolworths stores Parental and community involvement is vital to the success of this program. Small changes to the waste brought into the home will make massive changes to the sustainability of our environment. To learn more about wastes in the home, head to https://www.casey.vic.gov.au/what-you-can-put-your-bins. Alternatively, contact Julie Mullins at firstname.lastname@example.org Students: What does this means for you? Students are expected to continue to follow College expectations by putting rubbish into the correct bins and picking up the waste around them. Any questions, queries or ideas can be forwarded to Ms Mullins or any members of the Environmental Leadership Team. We will continue to update the school community on our progress and achievements throughout the year through assemblies, newsletter articles, Compass posts and on our website http://www.gleneagles.vic.edu.au/ Teisha Dopper | Senior Environmental Leader SELECT ENTRY ACCELERATED LEARNING (SEAL) PROGRAM Applications for entry into the 2020 Year 7 SEAL Program are currently being invited. An information night to outline this program is being held Wednesday 3 April at 7.00 pm. Applications will close 12 noon on Friday, 26 April, 2019 and testing for entry into the SEAL Program is scheduled for Saturday, 4 May 2019. Please inform family members or friends who may be interested in this program that they may obtain the application form and further details through the College website. Kathie Toth | Assistant Principal MEDICAL ACTION PLANS ARE NOW OVERDUE As some of our students have medical conditions the school is required to have current Action Plans for each of these students and their condition/s. The Department of Education policy requires that Action Plans be completed by a medical practitioner annually. If your child/ren’s action plans have expired our school requires that you provide us with a new Action Plan for the safety and appropriate care of your child/ren.
The following medical conditions require an Action Plan: Asthma Anaphylaxis Diabetes Hay Fever Allergy of any kind Your family GP will be able to provide you with an Action Plan, alternatively a blank form can be collected from Sick Bay/Student Services and taken to your GP for completion. For those families that have so far been unable to complete and hand in their child/ren’s Action Plans, the upcoming school holidays should provide ample time and opportunity to visit their GP and get these vital forms completed. Debbie Collard | Administration YEAR 8 INTERSCHOOL BOYS TENNIS On Tuesday 19 March, six boys from year 8 went to the Casey Tennis Centre to compete in the Casey North Interschool Tennis competition. The team included Eric Qian (8E), Amir Ajrovski (8A), Jarell Santos (8B), Maksim Nikolic (8B) and Kai Xuan Tee (8E). The boys played a mixture of single and doubles matches against Doveton and Fountain Gate Secondary Colleges throughout the day. The team won a total of 11 sets against the two schools, and as a result progress to the Southern Metropolitan year 8 boys finals next term. Well done! Lucie Turner | Year 8 Team Leader YEAR 8 INTERSCHOOL VOLLEYBALL On Tuesday 19 March our year 8 volleyball teams took part in an interschool competition at the very impressive Casey Stadium. Our girls finished 2nd and both teams showed wonderful team work, sportsmanship and maturity over the day through their participation. It was a great day out and the students represented Gleneagles very well and had a fun day competing. Mary Claire Boudreau & Kate Morris | PE Teachers
YEAR 7 CAMP On Monday 18 March the first group of year 7 home groups set off to the Ace-Hi Ranch Camp in Cape Schanck for three days. We were very lucky with the weather over the first three days and experienced sunny blue skies with some very cloudy patches and mild evenings. Students participated in range of activities to both challenge themselves and to provide them with the opportunity to develop resilience all whilst making new friends. Despite their fears, students enthusiastically participated in rock climbing, archery, flying-fox, giant swing, mountain boarding and the initiatives course. It was great to see the students happily working together as a team to achieve common goals and encouraging those who were a little more reluctant. On the first evening students experienced a night walk led by the camp supervisor and we walked several kilometres through the rolling hills down near the coast. On the second evening students were a little quieter so we arranged some small trivia activities and a movie to watch. On Wednesday we said farewell to group one and welcomed group two, who were led by my fellow Year 7 Team Leader Kellie Fallon and they were very keen to get stuck into the same activities. Both groups were treated to a surprise visit by our Assistant Principal Andrew Barker and our Junior Sub-School Leader Sophie Sykes. While the second group was not so blessed with the weather they continued with the activities without complaint and a positive attitude. I’d like to compliment the students on their exemplary behaviour and thank the staff who volunteered to come on camp. The students had a wonderful time and made strong friendships and memories which will put them in good stead for the years to come at Gleneagles Secondary College. Kevin McCall | Year 7 Team Leader
MAKSIM EXCELS FOR GLENEAGLES AT CANOE CHAMPIONSHIPS On Sunday 17 March, Maksim Nikolic of 8B competed in four canoe discipline races at Nagambie Lake Regatta Centre. Maksim represented Gleneagles proudly at the championship event, which included whole teams of students from schools including MLC, Camberwell College, Girton College from Bendigo and Yarra Valley College. Maksim won three medals on the day: Marathon – single 3.7km Silver medal Marathon – double 3.7km Bronze medal Sprint – 200m Bronze medal The Year 8 team are very impressed with Maksim’s achievements and are very proud to have him represent the school at such a big event. Well done Maksim! Thanks to Maksim’s father Mr Zoran Nikolic for providing the above information and images. Sophie Sykes | Junior Sub-School Leader YEAR 10 COASTS EXCURSION On Friday 15 March the Year 10s travelled to Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula to complete field work for their Coastal and Marine Environment unit in Humanities. They investigated the following research question: How, and why, are the coast and marine environments of Portsea under threat and how are they being managed? Students were able to gain real world experience and link this to what they have been learning in the classroom by gathering evidence to use in their Common Assessment Task. They examined the coastal environments of Portsea’s Front and Back beaches with a specific focus on natural processes occurring on the coastline, human activities impacting the coast and the effectiveness of management strategies that have been implemented. Of interest was the recent collapse of part of London Bridge so students were able to compare this with images before the collapse and suggest reasons why this may have occurred. Students put their geographical skills into action on the day by completing a field sketch of London Bridge and testing whether there was longshore drift on the Front Beach by throwing oranges into the ocean. Students also investigated the impact of the dredging of Port Phillip Bay on the Portsea Front Beach and different ways this is being managed.
We were very lucky with the weather on the day and these perfect conditions allowed students to fully engage with the environment around them and appreciate the importance of protecting natural coastal environments. Jade Stent | Humanities Domain Leader YEAR 7 INTERSCHOOL VOLLEYBALL On Wednesday 13 March we had 18 students head out to participate in the girls and boys Interschool Volleyball Competition. The students were enthusiastic and eager to learn more about the game from start to finish. The teams encouraged and watched each other play while also learning from watching other games going on around us. Both teams came out on top for the day and brought the flags home. Students will now progress through to the regional competition in Term 2. Well done to all students involved! Fiona Maudsley | PE Teacher
GRIP LEADERSHIP 2019 With the primary objective of exploring paths of successful and effective leadership, eight representatives of Gleneagles’ Student Activities Leadership Team joined more than 1000 young leaders in attending GRIP’s ‘Student Leadership Conference’ on Tuesday 12 March, 2019 at the Melbourne Convention Centre. Bringing a fresh, revitalising perspective to student leadership in its entirety, GRIP raised awareness of the vast opportunities students have in order to best serve their peers in this area, including discussions of what character traits make for a noteworthy leader. Gleneagles has created an amazing school culture and SALT is gaining invaluable knowledge on the possible changes we can make in hope of shining light on the richness in both culture and character. From the day’s events, the SALT team have been inspired to spark greater change amongst our school community and hence, urge all students to challenge ideas, or put new ones forward by chatting to any student leader available to them. After all, leadership is about people and not position or power, it is the knowledge we wish to amplify in 2019 and the years ahead. Rowan Maher & Jeylan Cayhan | Yr 12 Students GIRLS IN STEM MORNING TEA AT CASEY TECH On Friday 8 March, students from years 9-12 attended a special morning tea at Casey Tech to celebrate International Women’s Day. Eight students networked with students from other local schools and met women scientists and STEM professionals. The guest speaker was an eminent marine mammal researcher Dr Kate Charlton-Robb who discovered a new species of dolphin in our own Port Phillip Bay. She studies dolphin genetics and champions our oceans and marine mammals through her organisation Marine Mammals Foundation. After a morning tea, students had the opportunity to participate in a hands-on workshop in either genetics, robotics, engineering or VR design. Julie Mullins | Learning Specialist
IMPORTANT DATES Monday 1 April Top Arts Yr 11 and 12 Studio Arts Excursion Yr 12 Legal Studies Courts Excursion Tuesday 2 April Try a Trade – selected Yr 9 & 10 students Wednesday 3 April SEAL Yr 7 2020 Information Night 10E Marine Ambassador Program Incursion Friday 5 April Cross Country LAST DAY OF TERM 1 Monday 22 April EASTER MONDAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY Tuesday 23 April FIRST DAY OF TERM 2 Wednesday 24 April State Swimming Booking system for Parent Teacher Interviews opens on Compass Thursday 25 April ANZAC DAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY Friday 26 April SMR & State Diving Tuesday 30 April Yr 7 Professor Bunsen Science Incursion Wednesday 1 May OPEN NIGHT Senior AFL, Soccer & Netball Thursday 2 May Top Design Yr 10, 11 and 12 Visual Communication Excursion Friday 3 May Athletics Carnival Saturday 4 May SEAL Yr 7 2020 – Testing day Monday 6 May Junior & Intermediate Girls AFL, All Boys Netball Tuesday 7 May Parent Teacher Interviews Wednesday 8 May Senior Girls AFL Friday 10 May 9E GTAC Excursion Monday 13 May COLLEGE COUNCIL Intermediate AFL, Soccer, Netball Intermediate and Senior Badminton Year 9 CBD Information Night – 6.00pm Tuesday 14 May NAPLAN ONLINE begins (14 May – 24 May) Thursday 16 May Yr 11 Lysterfield Lake Geography Excursion
APRIL PUBLIC TRANSPORT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM METRO TRAINS Passengers are advised to plan ahead to avoid long delays as much-needed upgrades across the network are scheduled to take place during the April holiday period. Throughout April works will take place to build the eastern entrance of the Metro Tunnel, remove the dangerous level crossing at Carrum and upgrade power and signalling across the network. It is expected to be busier than usual on other public transport services and roads. To avoid increased delays and congestion, here are some tips: - Avoid peak times and travel before 7am or after 9am - If you can, arrive in the City before 7am – make the most of the Early Bird Fare. Touch off before 7.15am and your train travel is free. - Visit ptv.vic.gov.au for up to date public transport information. Please note, buses will replace trains on the Cranbourne, Pakenham and Frankston lines on Tuesday 23 April, the first day of Term 2 for many schools. We recommend you send this information and the attached brochure to your staff and students or include the information in your school newsletter. Whilst we recognise the majority of these works take place during the school holidays, we encourage staff and students to plan their journey in advance during this period. Buses replace trains in March and April Cranbourne and Pakenham lines Passengers are advised to allow an extra 60 minutes to their journey, noting that it may be busier during peak times. Dates: Buses replace trains between: 11pm Friday 22 March to last train Sunday 24 March Flinders Street and Caulfield First train to 9pm Wednesday 27 March Westall, Cranbourne and Pakenham 8pm to last train Wednesday 27 March Caulfield, Cranbourne and Pakenham Thursday 28 March, first train to last train Westall, Cranbourne and Pakenham 11:30pm Friday 5 April to 1am Saturday 13 April Flinders Street and Caulfield Monday 8 April to Wednesday 10 April, 8pm* to last train Dandenong, Cranbourne and each night Pakenham 1am Saturday 13 April to last train Sunday 14 April Flinders Street and Westall
Monday 15 April to Thursday 18 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Caulfield Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Westall Monday 22 April to Tuesday 23 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Caulfield Frankston and Stony Point lines Passengers are advised to allow an extra 60 minutes to their journey, noting that it may be busier during peak times. Dates: Buses replace trains between: 11pm* Friday 22 March to last train Sunday 24 March Flinders Street and Caulfield Monday 1 April to Wednesday 3 April, first train to last train Mordialloc and Frankston 11:30pm Friday 5 April to 1:00am Saturday 13 April Flinders Street and Caulfield 11:30pm Friday 5 April to last train Tuesday 23 April Frankston and Stony Point 1am Saturday 13 April to last train Sunday 14 April Flinders Street and Moorabbin Monday 15 April to Thursday 18 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Caulfield Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Moorabbin Monday 22 April to Tuesday 23 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Caulfield Sandringham Line – weekends and Easter Passengers are advised to allow an extra 45 minutes to their journey, noting that it may be busier during peak times. Dates: Buses replace trains between: 11pm Friday 22 March to last train Sunday 24 March Flinders Street and Sandringham 11:30pm Friday 5 April to 12pm Saturday 6 April Flinders Street and Sandringham 1am Saturday 13 to last train Sunday 14 April Flinders Street and Sandringham Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April, first train to last train Flinders Street and Sandringham First train Monday 22 April to 12:30pm** Monday Flinders Street and Sandringham 22 April 7:30pm* Monday 22 April to last train Monday 22 April Flinders Street and Sandringham ** Train services return 12.30pm to 7.30pm on Monday 22 April. Glen Waverley Line
Passengers are advised to allow an extra 45 minutes to their journey while buses replace trains. It will be busier than usual due to the weekday closures of the Cranbourne, Pakenham and Frankston lines, so during weekdays passengers should plan ahead to avoid long delays. Dates: Buses replace trains between: 1am* Saturday 13 April to last train Sunday 14 April Burnley and Darling Mernda Line Passengers are advised to allow an extra 45 minutes to their journey while buses replace trains. Dates: Buses replace trains between: Monday 1 April to Tuesday 2 April, 8.30pm each night to Parliament and Clifton Hill last train Wednesday 3 April, after 8.30pm to last train Parliament and Epping Thursday 4 April to Tuesday 9 April Thornbury and Epping An altered timetable will be in effect in April, and other planned or unplanned disruptions may occur during this period. For journey planning, service information and up-to-date timetable information, visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007. For information about roads visit vicroads.vic.gov.au. For more information about these projects, visit bigbuild.vic.gov.au or call 1800 105 105. We thank you for your patience as we work towards delivering an upgraded transport network for Melbourne’s growing population. *Dates and times are approximate only and may change.
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Buses replace trains Train replacement bus services Plan ahead to Express Limited Stopping avoid long delays express all stations Cranbourne, Pakenham and Frankston lines Cranbourne and Pakenham lines Cranbourne and Pakenham lines Frankston Line Frankston Line Melbourne and Victoria are growing fast. We’re building the Metro Tunnel and improving the public Flinders Street to Caulfield Westall to Cranbourne and Pakenham Flinders Street to Westall Mordialloc to Frankston Flinders Street to Moorabbin transport network so we can run more trains, more 1am Saturday 13 April to last train Sunday 14 April Monday 1 April to Wednesday 3 April 1am Saturday 13 April to last train Sunday 14 April 11pm Friday 22 March to Sunday 24 March Wednesday 27 March and Thursday 28 March often. This will involve disruption to your journey so Federation Square not in use. Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April we’d like to help you plan ahead to avoid long delays. 11.30pm Friday 5 April to 1am Saturday 13 April Here are some tips: City –– If you can, avoid peak times and travel before Monday 15 April to Thursday 18 April City Loop City Loop 7am or after 9am. Monday 22 April and Tuesday 23 April Clayton Clayton –– Take advantage of the Early Bird fare. Touch on City Loop Parkdale and off before 7.15am and your train travel is free. Federation Square Arts Centre Catch a Mernda Westall Westall Flinders Street Flinders Street –– We expect other public transport services and Spring Street/ or Hurstbridge Federation Arts Parliament Mordialloc roads to be busier than usual. Plan ahead and Square Centre Station train from Springvale Flinders Street Springvale Richmond allow extra time. Flinders Street Richmond Platform 1 for Sandown Park AFL fans should allow extra time to get to the MCG Parliament Sandown Park Aspendale South Yarra South Yarra in April, with a number of train lines not running Richmond Station. Noble Park to Richmond Station. The free tram zone will be L2 E1 E2 Hawksburn Noble Park Hawksburn Edithvale extended to the MCG for affected games. S2 Yarraman Toorak Plan ahead and allow more time if you’re attending a South Yarra Dandenong Yarraman Toorak show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. L1 Chelsea Armadale Armadale Hallam Dandenong Hawksburn Malvern Bonbeach Malvern Narre Warren There will be no trains between the City S1 Lynbrook Caulfield and Caulfield on these dates. Toorak Berwick Caulfield Merinda Park L2 Carrum Caulfield is the major bus interchange and Beaconsfield Carnegie Glenhuntly will be extremely busy in peak periods. Cranbourne Murrumbeena Armadale Officer Seaford Ormond L1 Hughesdale Cardinia Road Pakenham Oakleigh Kananook McKinnon Malvern Huntingdale Bentleigh Frankston Caulfield Clayton Patterson Westall Moorabbin Carnegie/ Leawarra Glenhuntly Please note: from 8pm Wednesday 27 March to last train, buses will Cranbourne and replace trains from Caulfield to Cranbourne and Pakenham. Springvale Stony Point Highett Pakenham and Frankston
Plan your journey at ptv.vic.gov.au GLEN WAVERLEY LINE or call 1800 800 007. If you’re deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service – Plan ahead for more information, visit relayservice.gov.au For other languages visit ptv.vic.gov.au/ to avoid languages or call 9321 5450. For information in other languages: long delays 9321 5454 9321 5441 9321 5444 9321 5445 9321 5443 9321 5442 9321 5449 9321 5446 April 2019 9321 5440 9321 5447 If your language isn’t listed visit ptv.vic.gov.au/languages or call 9321 5450. Allow 45 an extra minutes MTDS015 Authorised by Transport for Victoria, 1 Spring Street, Melbourne
Plan ahead to Burnley to Darling avoid long delays Saturday 13 April and Sunday 14 April We’re building the Metro Tunnel and improving the public transport network so we can run more trains, East Richmond more often. This will involve disruption to your journey so we’d like to help you plan ahead to avoid long delays. Buses will be replacing trains on the Cranbourne, Burnley Pakenham, Frankston and Sandringham lines throughout April. Your regular services will be busier than usual during this time. Heyington If you can, avoid peak times and travel before 7am or after 9am. Take advantage of the Early Bird fare. Touch on and off before 7.15am and your train travel Kooyong is free. We expect other public transport services and roads to be busier than usual. Plan ahead and allow extra time. Tooronga AFL fans should allow extra time to get to the MCG in April, with a number of train lines not running to Richmond Station. The free tram zone will be Gardiner extended to the MCG for affected games. Plan ahead and allow more time if you’re attending a show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Glen Iris Accessibility If you need help or cannot board a replacement bus, please contact PTV prior to travelling on Darling 1800 800 007 or speak to our staff at the bus stop for alternative transport to be arranged at no cost. East Malvern Bikes and pets Train replacement bus services Stopping all stations Limited express Bicycles, dogs (with the exception of animals identified Throughout April your regular services will be busier than usual due to works on the Cranbourne, Pakenham and Frankston Express by an Assistance Animal Pass) and surfboards are not lines. Plan ahead to avoid long delays. allowed on train replacement buses.
Plan your journey at ptv.vic.gov.au SANDRINGHAM LINE or call 1800 800 007. If you’re deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, Plan ahead contact us through the National Relay Service – for more information, visit relayservice.gov.au to avoid For other languages visit ptv.vic.gov.au/ languages or call 9321 5450. For information in other languages: 9321 5454 9321 5444 9321 5443 9321 5441 9321 5445 9321 5442 long delays 9321 5449 9321 5446 9321 5440 9321 5447 March and April 2019 If your language isn’t listed visit (weekends and Easter) ptv.vic.gov.au/languages or call 9321 5450. Allow an extra 60mins MTDS014 Authorised by Transport for Victoria, 1 Spring Street, Melbourne
Plan ahead to City to Sandringham avoid long delays 11pm Friday 22 March to last train Sunday 24 March We’re building the Metro Tunnel and improving the public transport network so we can run more trains, 11:30pm Friday 5 April to 12pm Saturday 6 April more often. This will involve disruption to your 1am Saturday 13 April to last train Sunday 14 April journey so we’d like to help you plan ahead to avoid long delays. Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April As well as the disruptions on the Sandringham Monday 22 April to 12.30pm Monday 22 April line, works are taking place on the Cranbourne, 7:30pm Monday 22 April to last train Monday 22 April Pakenham and Frankston lines throughout April. Your regular services will be busier than usual on City Loop weekdays. If you can, avoid peak times and travel before 7am or after 9am. Take advantage of the Early Bird fare. Touch on and off before 7.15am and your train travel Parliament is free. Richmond AFL fans should allow extra time to get to the MCG in April, with a number of train lines not running South Yarra to Richmond Station. The free tram zone will be Prahran extended to the MCG for affected games. Windsor Plan ahead and allow more time if you’re attending a show at the Melbourne International Comedy Balaclava Festival. Ripponlea Accessibility Elsternwick If you need help or cannot board a replacement bus, please contact PTV prior to travelling on Gardenvale 1800 800 007 or speak to our staff at the bus stop for alternative transport to be arranged at North Brighton no cost. Middle Brighton Bikes and pets Brighton Beach Hampton Bicycles, dogs (with the exception of animals identified Train replacement bus services Sandringham by an Assistance Animal Pass) and surfboards are not allowed on train replacement buses. Stopping all stations Limited express Express
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