Serving more than 85 million passengers per year, Sydney Central is the largest and busiest railway station in the local government area of New South Wales. This large and impressive heritage-listed Australian railway station operates as a major transport interchange for many rail services such as NSW TrainLink, Sydney Trains commuter rail services, and Sydney light rail services. Located in the city center and occupying a large city block, the station consists of two parts - with Intercity and Interstate trains (to Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane, and Perth via Adelaide) and the second is a hub for Sydney's suburban railway system. The polite and friendly staff and all needful amenities make the time spent at the stations enjoyable and worry-free.
What to Know About Sydney Central Railway Station
How many platforms does Sydney Central have?
After some renovations, Sydney Central railway station has 25 platforms, 12 of which are terminating. The platforms use a numbering system when 1 is the westernmost platform and 25 is one of the easternmost.
How far is Sydney Central station from Flinders Street railway station?
The distance between Sydney Central railway station and Flinders Street railways station in Melbourne is 866 km (538 mi) which NSW TrainLink's modern trains cover on only 11 hours!