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Camellia railway station

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Owned by  RailCorp
Line(s)  Carlingford
Opened  21 January 1885
Platforms in use  1
Operated by  Sydney Trains
Connections  Bus
Owner  RailCorp
Tracks  1
Camellia railway station
Location  Grand Avenue North, Camellia
Distance  22.95 kilometres from Central
Address  Camellia NSW 2142, Australia
Similar  Rosehill railway station, Rydalmere railway station, Dundas railway station, Harris Park railway station, Clyde railway station

Camellia railway station


Camellia railway station is located on the Carlingford line, serving the Sydney suburb of Camellia. It is served by Sydney Trains T6 Carlingford line services.

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History

Camellia station opened on 21 January 1885 as Subiaco. It was renamed Camellia on 14 September 1901.

In 2014, Camellia was the least patronised station on the Sydney Trains network, with 70 boardings per day being recorded.

The Camellia to Carlingford section of the Carlingford railway line will be converted to light rail as part of the Parramatta Light Rail project. The area near Camellia station will be the branching point for the lines to Carlingford and Strathfield.

Transport links

Camellia station is served by one NightRide route:

  • N61: Carlingford station to City (Town Hall)
  • References

    Camellia railway station Wikipedia


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