Dungog railway station is a railway station on the North Coast Line branch of CityRail's Hunter Line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the town of Dungog. The station opened on 11 August 1911. To access the station you have to cross over the tracks. There is disabled access to the platforms. There are two platforms and three lines.
Dungog is the terminating point of CityRail's diesel Hunter Line services, and is a stopping point for Countrylink XPT passenger trains. There are five local services run to Newcastle on weekdays (fewer on weekends). Countrylink services include three XPT services to Sydney each day, one XPT to Casino (the former train to Murwillumbah), one to Grafton, and one to Brisbane.