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Greenwood railway station

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Operated by  Transperth
Platforms  2 side
Tracks  2
Line(s)  Joondalup
Opened  29 January 2005
Greenwood railway station
Location  Mitchell Freeway, Greenwood Australia
Owned by  Public Transport Authority
Distance  17.8 kilometres from Perth
Address  Greenwood WA 6024, Australia
Owner  Public Transport Authority
Similar  Whitfords railway station, Stirling railway station - P, Edgewater railway station, Warwick railway station - P, Currambine railway station

Greenwood railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network. It is located on the Joondalup line, 17.8 kilometres from Perth station serving the suburb of Greenwood.



Originally proposed as the Hepburn station under the Northern Suburbs Transit System Masterplan in 1989 to coincide with the Hepburn Heights development. The master plan placed the station as a future station until demand of the railway and suburbs warranted the construction of the station.

After being promised a number of times but not delivered, construction finally began in 2004 with the aim of reducing peak demand at the nearby Warwick and Whitfords stations, opening on 29 January 2005.


Greenwood station is served by Transperth Joondalup line services.


Platforms currently in use are as follows:

Bus routes

Buses were provided at Greenwood station under trial by routes 451 to Kingsway Shopping Centre and 456 to Hillarys Boat Harbour, however both services were ultimately unsuccessful and withdrawn.


Greenwood railway station Wikipedia

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