Craigieburn is a railway station in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located in the suburb of Craigieburn, on the Craigieburn railway line. Craigieburn is classed as a Premium Station, is in Metcard Zone 2 and is the terminus for the Craigieburn line.
Craigieburn has two side platforms for through trains, and terminating facilities are provided. The main station building is located on platform 2, with small shelters on platform 1. A pedestrian crossing crosses the track connected platforms at the north end, with the old Hume Highway overpass located further north again. Stabling sidings connected to platform 2 are located north of the overpass.
In April/May 2009 Platform 1 (the old country design) was demolished and rebuilt to a similar design to Platform 2. Electrification on the platform began on August 2009 enabling metropolitan trains to access Platforms 1 and 2 fully. Also Craigieburn Station has parking facilities to cater for 300 rail commuters.