The railways in the state of Victoria were called the "Victorian Railways". They were owned by the state of Victoria, Australia and were eventually split into a number of operational units which traded under various names such as VicRail, "V/LINE" and "The Met".
The Vinelander was an overnight passenger train operated by the Victorian Railways between Melbourne and Mildura, Victoria, Australia.
The Vinelander first ran on 9 August 1972 and offered sleeping, sitting and motorail facilities. It ceased operation on 12 September 1993.