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Mittagong railway station

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Owned by  RailCorp
Line(s)  Main South
Opened  1 March 1867
Connection  Bus
Operated by  NSW TrainLink
Platforms  2 side
Owner  RailCorp
Tracks  2
Mittagong railway station
Location  Regent Street, Mittagong Australia
Distance  131.57 kilometres from Central
Address  Railway Parade, Mittagong NSW 2575, Australia
Similar  Bowral railway station, Burradoo railway station, Kiama railway station, Campbelltown railway station, Moss Vale railway station

Mittagong railway station is located on the Main South line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the town of Mittagong in the Southern Highlands.



The station opened on 1 March 1867. The station is the junction for the old alignment of the Main South Railway line from Picton, and for the now lifted line to the ghost town of Joadja.

The Platform 1 station building was erected in 1873 and the wooden structure on Platform 2 in 1919 when the line was duplicated.

Platforms & services

Mittagong has two side platforms. It is serviced by NSW TrainLink Southern Highlands Line services travelling between Campbelltown and Moss Vale with peak hour services to Sydney Central and Goulburn.

It is also serviced by NSW Trainlink Xplorer long distance services from Sydney to Canberra and Griffith.

Transport links

Berrima Buslines operate four routes via Mittagong station:

  • 806: Bowral to Bargo
  • 811: to Moss Vale
  • 816: to Moss Vale
  • Berrima Buslines operate one route for NSW Trainlink via Mittagong station:

  • Loopline Bus: Bowral station to Picton station
  • References

    Mittagong railway station Wikipedia

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