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Dulwich Hill railway station

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Owned by  RailCorp
Line(s)  Bankstown
Opened  1 February 1895
Tracks  4
Operated by  Sydney Trains
Platforms  2 (1 island)
Owner  RailCorp
Dulwich Hill railway station
Location  Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill
Distance  7.87 kilometres from Central
Address  Dulwich Hill NSW 2203, Australia
Similar  Marrickville railway station, Hurlstone Park railway st, Canterbury railway station - S, Sydenham railway station - S, Lewisham railway station - S

Dulwich Hill railway station is located on the Bankstown line, serving the Sydney suburb of Dulwich Hill. It is served by Sydney Trains T3 Bankstown line services.



Dulwich Hill station opened on 1 February 1895 as Wardell Road when the Bankstown line opened from Sydenham to Belmore. It was renamed Dulwich Hill on 1 July 1920.

To the north of the station, lie two tracks that are part of the Metropolitan Goods line. Opposite the platform lay a triangular junction that connected the Metropolitan Goods line to a branch to Rozelle. This was removed in October 2012 in preparation for the conversion of the Rozelle line to light rail.

The station has two platforms in an island platform configuration, the only station on the section running parallel to the goods line not to be converted to side platforms. The station buildings date from 1935.


Sydney Buses operate one route via Dulwich Hill station:

  • 412: King Street Wharf to Campsie station
  • Dulwich Hill station is served by one NightRide route:

  • N40: East Hills station to City (Town Hall)
  • Light Rail

    The Sydney light rail network runs one route via Dulwich Hill station from a station at the western end of Bedford Crescent, 100 metres from the railway station:

  • Dulwich Hill Line: to Central via Leichhardt & Pyrmont
  • References

    Dulwich Hill railway station Wikipedia

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