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Station Image Line(s) Distance from
Central Station
(km)[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]
Date opened Previous name(s)
AberdeenAberdeen     Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)300.73020 October 1870
AdamstownAdamstown     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  161.12015 August 1887
Albion Park100px     South Coast Line  103.3409 November 1887Oak Flats (1887–1888)
Allawah100pxT413.69025 October 1925
Arncliffe100pxT48.42015 October 1884
Artarmon100pxT1
T1
10.3006 July 1898
(original site),
7 October 1900
(present site)
Ashfield100pxT2
T2
8.38026 September 1855
AsquithAsquithT135.6901 November 1915
Auburn100pxT2
T1
18.63018 February 1877
Austinmer100px     South Coast Line  68.5901 September 1887
Awaba100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  137.31015 August 1887
Banksia100pxT49.60021 October 1906
Bankstown100pxT318.72014 April 1909
Bardwell Park100pxT210.10021 September 1931
Bargo100px     Southern Highlands Line  102.87013 July 1919West Bargo (1919–1921)
Bathurst100px     Blue Mountains Line  239.9004 April 1876
Beecroft100pxT126.90017 September 1886
(original site)
7 March 1892
(present site)
Bell100px     Blue Mountains Line  137.1201 May 1875Mount Wilson (1875–1889)
Bellambi100px     South Coast Line  75.5501889
Belmore100pxT313.2501 February 1895
Berala100pxT3
T2
18.36011 November 1912
Beresfield100px     Hunter Line  179.81031 July 1925
BerowraBerowra     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
T1
44.6607 April 1887
Berry100px     South Coast Line  140.8402 June 1893
Beverly Hills100pxT214.65021 September 1931Dumbleton (1931–1940)
Bexley North100pxT211.37021 September 1931
Birrong100pxT322.11016 July 1928
Blackheath100px     Blue Mountains Line  120.6701 August 1862
Blacktown100px     Blue Mountains Line  
T5
T1
34.8704 July 1860Black Town Road (1860–1862)
Blaxland100px     Blue Mountains Line  71.48011 July 1867Wascoes
(1867–1879)
Bomaderry (Nowra)100px     South Coast Line  153.3502 June 1893
Bombo100px     South Coast Line  140.8409 November 1887North Kiama (1887–1889)
Kiama
(1889–1893)
North Kiama (1893–1907)
Bondi Junction100pxT46.76023 June 1979
BooragulBooragul     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  146.39024 October 1926
Bowral100px     Southern Highlands Line  136.3402 December 1867
Branxton100px     Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)215.60024 March 1862
Broadmeadow100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  162.94015 August 1887
Bullaburra100px     Blue Mountains Line  97.69016 February 1925
Bulli100px     South Coast Line  72.15021 June 1887
Bundanoon100px     Southern Highlands Line  162.2606 August 1868Jordans Crossing (1868–78)
Jordans Siding (1878–1881)
Burradoo100px     Southern Highlands Line  138.8401870, 1 March 1976 (reopened after closure in 1975)
Burwood100pxT2
T2
T1
T1
10.62026 September 1855
(original site)
13 March 1892
(present site)
Cabramatta100pxT3
T2
T5
T2
28.4301870
Camellia100pxT622.95021 January 1885Subiaco
(1885–1901)
Campbelltown100px     Southern Highlands Line  
T5
T2
54.71017 May 1858
Campsie100pxT311.7001 February 1895
Canley Vale100pxT5
T2
30.98015 April 1878
Canterbury100pxT310.1601 February 1895
Capitol Square100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Cardiff100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  155.08014 March 1889
(original site)
8 June 1902
(present site)
Caringbah100pxT4 (Cronulla Branch)31.51016 December 1939
Carlingford100pxT627.85020 April 1896Pennant Hills
(1896–1901)
Carlton100pxT412.7401889
Carramar100pxT3
T2
25.8908 October 1924South Fairfield
(1924–1926)
Casula100pxT5
T2
38.8001 November 1894
Central100px     South Coast Line  
     Southern Highlands Line  
     Blue Mountains Line  
     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
T4
T3
T2
T2
T2
T1
T1
T7
T1
Metro Light Rail
0.0026 September 1855
(original site)
5 August 1906
(present site)
3 October 1926
(electric platforms)
23 June 1979
(underground platforms)
31 August 1997
(light rail platform)[12]
Sydney
(1855–1926)
Chatswood100pxT1
T1
11.6501 January 1890
Cheltenham100pxT125.38010 October 1898
Chester Hill100pxT3
T2
22.3108 October 1924
Circular Quay100pxT3
T2
T2
T2
2.97022 January 1956
Civic100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
     Hunter Line  
167.02030 March 1857Newcastle
(1857–1858)
Honeysuckle
(1858–1872)
Honeysuckle Point
(1872–1935)
Clarendon100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)57.2101870Hawkesbury Racecourse
(1870–1876)
Clyde100pxT1
T6
20.6601882Rosehill Junction
(1882–1883)
Clyde
(1883–1901)
Clyde Junction
(1901–1904)
Coalcliff100px     South Coast Line  59.2701 August 1920
Cockle CreekCockle Creek     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  150.63015 August 1887
Coledale100px     South Coast Line  66.2301 July 1902
(original site)
5 September 1906
(second site)
27 October 1912
(present site)
Como100pxT421.24026 December 1885
(original site)
27 November 1972
(present site)
Concord West100pxT125.3801 September 1887Concord
(1887–1909)
Coniston100px     South Coast Line  84.1001 April 1916
(original site)
1 November 1925
(reopen after closure
on 29 April 1923)
20 May 1941
(present site)
Convention100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Corrimal100px     South Coast Line  76.99021 June 1887
CowanCowan     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  48.8101890
(originally)
6 October 1901
(with platform)
Cringila100px     South Coast Line   (Port Kembla Branch)87.65016 April 1926
Cronulla100pxT4 (Cronulla Branch)34.81016 December 1939
Croydon100pxT2
T2
10.6207 January 1875Five Dock
(1875–1876)
Dapto100px     South Coast Line  95.0509 January 1887
Denistone100pxT120.16026 September 1937
Domestic
(Airport)
100pxT2 (Airport Branch)6.60021 May 2000
Doonside100pxT138.29027 September 1880Doonside
(1880–1921)
Wolkara
(1921)
Dora CreekDora Creek     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  127.23016 August 1889
Douglas Park100px     Southern Highlands Line  73.3206 September 1869
(original site)
13 June 1892
(present site)
Douglass Park
(1869–1891)
Dulwich Hill100pxT37.8701 February 1895Wardell Road
(1895–1920)
Dundas100pxT624.84020 April 1896Kissing Point Road
(1896–1901)
Dungog100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)245.20014 August 1911
Dunmore
(Shellharbour)
100px     South Coast Line  110.6609 November 1887
East Hills100pxT224.03021 December 1931
East Maitland100px     Hunter Line  189.09727 July 1858
(original site)
2 May 1864
(second site)
25 March 1879
(present site)
Morpeth Junction
(1858–1879)
East RichmondEast RichmondT1 (Richmond Branch)60.0002 July 1939
EastwoodEastwoodT1
     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
21.39017 September 1886Dundas
(1886–7)
Edgecliff100pxT44.82023 June 1979
Emu Plains100pxT1
     Blue Mountains Line  
57.44018 August 1868
(original site)
1884
(present site)
Engadine100pxT430.7501 October 1920
Epping100pxT1
     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
23.39017 September 1886
(original site)
15 February 1900
(present site)
23 February 2009
(underground platforms)
Field of Mars
(1886–1887)
Carlingford
(1887–1899)
Erskineville100pxT32.88015 October 1884
(original site)
16 June 1912
(present site)
Exeter100px     Southern Highlands Line  155.8801878Badgery's Siding
(1878–1890)
Exhibition100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Fairfield100pxT2
T5
28.99726 September 1856
Fairy Meadow100px     South Coast Line  79.3601887Cramsville
(1887–1888)
Para-Meadow
(1888–1909)
Balgownie (1909–1956)
FassifernFassifern     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  142.3101888
(originally)
5 May 1891
(with platform)
Faulconbridge100px     Blue Mountains Line  82.96015 March 1877
Fish Market100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Flemington100pxT2
T2
28.9971884
Gerringong100px     South Coast Line  128.5602 June 1893
Glebe100pxMetro Light Rail-13 August 2000[12]
Glenbrook100px     Blue Mountains Line  67.090
(present)
11 July 1867
(original station)
11 May 1913
(present station)
Watertank
(1867–1874)
Wascoes Siding
(1874–1878)
Brookdale
(1878–1879)
Glenfield100px     Southern Highlands Line  
T2
T2
T5
41.9306 September 1869
(original site)
27 March 1891
(present site)
Gordon100pxT117.1201 January 1890
GosfordGosford     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  80.91015 August 1887
Goulburn100px     Southern Highlands Line  224.90019 May 1869
Granville100px     Blue Mountains Line  
T2
T1
21.2202 July 1860Parramatta Junction
(1860–1880)
Green Square100pxT2 (Airport Branch)2.60021 May 2000
Greta100px     Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)210.8006 September 1869Farthing
(1869–1878)
Guildford100pxT2
T5
25.720April 1876
Gymea100pxT4 (Cronulla Branch)27.94016 December 1939
Hamilton100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
     Hunter Line  
164.6301872
Harris Park100pxT1
T5
22.5301883
Hawkesbury River100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  57.4001870Peats Ferry
(1870–1888)
Brooklyn
(1888–1889)
Hawkesbury River
(1889–1890)
Hawkesbury
(1890–1906)
Hazelbrook100px     Blue Mountains Line  93.4701884
Heathcote100pxT433.1509 March 1886
Helensburgh100px     South Coast Line  46.3801 January 1889
(original site)
30 May 1915
(present site)
Hexham100px     Hunter Line  175.5301 August 1871
High Street100px     Hunter Line  191.41027 May 1856
Hilldale100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)226.40014 August 1911
Holsworthy100pxT227.76021 December 1987
Homebush100pxT2
T2
12.74026 September 1855
HornsbyHornsby     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
T1
T1
33.86017 September 1886Hornsby
(1886–1894)
Hornsby Junction
(1894–1900)
Hurlstone Park100pxT38.8001 February 1895Fern Hill
(1895–1911)
Hurstville100px     South Coast Line  
T4
14.84015 October 1884
Ingleburn100pxT2
T5
45.6506 September 1859Macquarie Fields
(1869–1883)
International
(Airport)
100pxT2 (Airport Branch)8.10021 May 2000
Jannali100pxT422.7207 February 1931
John St Square100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Jubilee Park100pxMetro Light Rail-13 August 2000[12]
Katoomba100px     Blue Mountains Line  109.9402 February 1874Crushers
(1874–1877)
Kembla Grange Racecourse100px     South Coast Line  91.5901 January 1890
Kiama100px     South Coast Line  119.1602 June 1893
Killara100pxT115.89010 June 1899
Kings Cross100pxT43.41023 June 1979
Kingsgrove100pxT212.62021 September 1931
Kingswood100pxT152.7001 September 1887Cross Roads
(1887–1888)
Kirrawee100pxT4 (Cronulla Branch)26.64016 December 1939
Kogarah100pxT411.61015 October 1884
KoolewongKoolewong     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  74.82029 November 1920
Kotara100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  158.92012 November 1924
Lakemba100pxT314.48014 April 1909
Lapstone100px     Blue Mountains Line  63.62024 February 1964
Lawson100px     Blue Mountains Line  96.04011 July 1867Blue Mountain
(1867–1879)
Leightonfield100pxT3
T2
23.67024 August 1942
Leumeah100pxT2
T5
52.6301886
Leura100px     Blue Mountains Line  107.5906 December 1890
Lewisham100pxT26.2501886
(original site)
19 December 1891
(present site)
Lidcombe100pxT3
     Blue Mountains Line  
T2
T1
T7
16.6101 November 1858Haslems Creek
(1858–1876)
Rookwood
(1876–1914)
Lilyfield100pxMetro Light Rail-13 August 2000[12]
Linden100px     Blue Mountains Line  86.810August 1874
(as tank stop)
26 October 1874
(with platform)
Linden Tank
(1874)
Henderson's Platform
(1874–1879)
Lindfield100pxT114.6001 January 1890
LisarowLisarow     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  87.73031 October 1892Jenkins Siding
(1892–1902)
Wyoming
(1902)
Lithgow100px     Blue Mountains Line  155.780June 1877
(original site)
9 March 1855
(present site)
Liverpool100pxT3
T2
T2
T5
35.68026 September 1856
Lochinvar      Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)202.6002 July 1860
Loftus100pxT411.6109 March 1886
(original site)
9 June 1917
(present site)
Loftus Junction
(1886–1896)
Lysaghts100px     South Coast Line   (Port Kembla Branch)86.27030 May 1938
Macarthur100pxT2
     Southern Highlands Line  
56.58028 July 1985
Macdonaldtown100pxT22.4801878
(original site)
3 April 1892
(present site)
Macquarie Fields100pxT2
T5
43.8003 October 1888
Macquarie Park100pxT1 (Epping to Chatswood Rail Link)20.8023 February 2009
Macquarie University100pxT1 (Epping to Chatswood Rail Link)22.0723 February 2009
Maitland100px     Hunter Line  192.5501880West Maitland
(1880–1949)
MarayongMarayongT1 (Richmond Branch)37.4102 October 1922
Marrickville100pxT36.5801 February 1895
Martin Place100pxT42.10023 June 1979
Martins Creek100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)218.50014 August 1911
Marulan100px     Southern Highlands Line  192.9106 August 1868
Mascot100pxT2 (Airport Branch)5.10021 May 2000
Meadowbank100pxT118.1801 September 1887Meadow Bank
(1887–1927)
Medlow Bath100px     Blue Mountains Line  115.80021 January 1880Browns Siding Pulpit Hill
(1880–1883)
Medlow
(1883–1903)
Menangle100px     Southern Highlands Line  65.3301 July 1863
Menangle Park100px     Southern Highlands Line  62.85026 September 1937
Merrylands100pxT2
T5
23.4706 July 1878
Metford100px     Hunter Line  185.12017 March 1995[13]
Milsons Point100pxT1
T1
4.4341 May 1893
(first site)
30 May 1915
(second site)
13 July 1915
(third site)
28 July 1924
(fourth site)
20 March 1932
(present site)
Mindaribba100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)218.50014 August 1911Dunmore
(1911–1912)
Minnamurra100px     South Coast Line  113.37023 December 1891
(original site)
10 October 1943
(present site)
Minto100pxT2
T5
49.670May 1874Campbellfields
(1874–1882)
Miranda100pxT4 (Cronulla Branch)29.510[14]16 December 1939[14]
Mittagong100px     Southern Highlands Line  131.5701 March 1867
Morisset100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  123.33015 August 1888Morrisset
(1888–1889)
Mortdale100pxT417.06020 March 1897
(original site)
14 September 1922
(present site)
Moss Vale100px     Southern Highlands Line  145.7102 December 1867Sutton Forest
(1867–1877)
Mount Colah100pxT137.6801 July 1887Colah
(1887–1906)
Mount Druitt100pxT135.6901 November 1915
Mount Kuring-gai100pxT143.84019 August 1881
(original site)
8 December 1974
(present site)
Kuring-gai
(1901–1904)
Mount Victoria100px     Blue Mountains Line  126.7206 September 1869
Mulgrave100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)52.5901 December 1864
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Museum100pxT3
T2
T2
T2
4.99020 December 1926
Muswellbrook100px     Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)288.80019 May 1869Musclebrook
(1869–1890)
NararaNarara     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  84.60015 August 1887
Narwee100pxT215.78021 December 1931
Newcastle100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
     Hunter Line  
168.1005 April 1857
(original site)
9 March 1858
(present site)
Newtown100pxT2
T2
3.10026 September 1855
Niagara ParkNiagara Park     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  86.190October 1902Tundula
(1902)
Normanhurst100pxT131.72021 November 1895Hornsby
(1895–1898)
North Strathfield100pxT113.3809 June 1918
North Sydney100pxT1
T1
5.13020 March 1932
North Ryde100pxT1 (Epping to Chatswood Rail Link)19.3923 February 2009Delhi Road
(During planning)
North Wollongong100px     South Coast Line  81.32019 July 1915
Oak Flats100px     South Coast Line  105.1301 January 1890
(originally)
9 March 1925
(with platform)
21 February 2003
(present site)
Oatley100pxT418.2801886Oatley
(1886–1889)
Oatley's
(1889–1890)
Olympic Park100pxT717.3301 May 1998
Otford100px     South Coast Line  52.6393 October 1888
Ourimbah100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  90.61015 August 1887
Padstow100pxT219.34021 December 1931
Paddy's Markets100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]Haymarket
(1997–2005)[15]
Panania100pxT222.55021 December 1931
Parramatta100px     Blue Mountains Line  
T5
T1
23.21026 September 1855
(original site)
4 July 1860
(present site)
Paterson100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)213.20014 August 1911
Pendle Hill100pxT1
T5
28.29012 April 1924
Pennant Hills100pxT128.58017 September 1886
Penrith100px     Blue Mountains Line  
T1
55.09019 January 1863
Penrose100px     Southern Highlands Line  171.4001869
(as siding)
1 June 1871
(original site)
15 March 1916
(present site)
Cables Siding
(1869–1871)
Penshurst100pxT418.2801886
(original site)
4 April 1905
(present site)
Petersham100pxT25.5006 January 1857
Picton100px     Southern Highlands Line  85.2501 July 1863
Point ClarePoint Clare     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  78.05028 June 1891
Port Kembla100px     South Coast Line   (Port Kembla Branch)90.2405 January 1920
Port Kembla North100px     South Coast Line   (Port Kembla Branch)88.7709 March 1936
Punchbowl100pxT316.45014 April 1909
Pymble100pxT118.9001 January 1890
Pyrmont Bay100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Quakers Hill100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)40.0901872
(as siding)
30 March 1905
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Douglas Siding
(1872–1905)
RedfernRedfern     South Coast Line  
     Blue Mountains Line  
     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
T4
T3
T2
T2 (Sydenham Branch)
T2
T1
T1
T7
T1
1.30015 April 1878[16]Eveleigh
(1878–1906)
Regents Park100pxT3
T2
19.86011 November 1912
(original site)
2 March 1914
(with platform)
8 October 1924
(present site)
Revesby100pxT220.96021 December 1931
Rhodes100pxT116.58017 September 1886
Richmond100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)60.6801 December 1864
Riverstone100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)45.9601 December 1864
Riverwood100pxT220.96021 December 1931Herne Bay
(1931–1958)
Rockdale100pxT410.41015 October 1884
Rooty Hill100pxT140.91023 December 1861
(originally)
1 January 1862
(with platform)
1 December 1864
(after closure
21 July 1862)
Rosehill100pxT622.4201 August 1901
(original site)
14 May 1959
(present site)
Roseville100pxT113.2701 January 1890Rossville
(1890)
Rozelle Bay100pxMetro Light Rail-13 August 2000[12]
Rydalmere100pxT624.01024 April 1896Victoria Road
(1896–1901)
Sandgate100px     Hunter Line  170.5101881
Scarborough100px     South Coast Line  62.53021 June 1887
(original site)
15 August 1915
(present site)
Clifton
(1887–1888)
South Clifton
(1888–1903)
Scarborough
(1903–1915)
Clifton
(1915–1916)
Schofields100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)43.7501870
Scone100px     Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)314.66017 April 1871
Sefton100pxT3
T2
21.1908 October 1924
Seven Hills100pxT1
T5
32.0601 December 1863
(originally)
6 February 1869
(with platform)
Singleton100px     Hunter Line   (Scone Branch)238.9007 May 1863
Springwood100px     Blue Mountains Line  79.67011 July 1867
St James100pxT3
T2
T2
T2
4.40020 December 1926
St Leonards100pxT1
T1
8.4101 January 1890
St Marys100pxT147.4201 May 1862South Creek
(1862–1885)
St Peters100pxT33.81015 October 1884
Stanmore100pxT24.6701878
Stanwell Park100px     South Coast Line  55.95014 March 1890
(original site)
10 October 1920
(present site)
Star City100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
StrathfieldStrathfield     Blue Mountains Line  
     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
T2
T2
T1
T7
T1
11.8109 July 1876
(original site)
23 September 1900
(second site)
6 November 1922
(present site)
Redmyre
(1876–1885)
Summer Hill100pxT27.03015 September 1879
Sutherland100px     South Coast Line  
T4
24.64026 December 1885
Sydenham100pxT4
T3
T2 (Sydenham Branch)
5.31015 October 1884Marrickville
(1884–1895)
Tahmoor100px     Southern Highlands Line  94.490[17]13 July 1919[17]
Tallong100px     Southern Highlands Line  185.380[18]1869
(originally)
16 April 1878
(with platform)[18]
Barbers Creek Tank
(1869–1905)[18]
Tarro100px     Hunter Line  178.180[19]5 April 1857[19]Hexham
(1857–1871)
Hexham Township
(1871)[19]
TascottTascott     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  76.910[20]October 1905[20]
Telarah100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)194.740[21]14 August 1911[21]West Maitland Marshalling Yard
(1911–1922)[21]
Telopea100pxT626.340[22]13 June 1925[22]
Tempe100pxT46.840[23]15 October 1884[23]
TeralbaTeralba     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  147.570[24]15 August 1887[25]
Thirroul100px     South Coast Line  70.240[26]21 June 1887[26]Robbinsville
(1887–1891)[27]
Thornleigh100pxT129.430[28]17 September 1886[28]
Thornton100px     Hunter Line  182.190[29]1 August 1871[29]Woodford
(1871–1877)[29]
Toongabbie100pxT1
T5
29.960[30]26 April 1880[30]
Town Hall100px     South Coast Line  
     Blue Mountains Line  
T4
T3
T2
T2
T2
T1
T1
1.180[31]28 February 1932[31]
Towradgi100px     South Coast Line  78.020[32]18 December 1948[32]
TuggerahTuggerah     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  98.540[33]1890[33]Tuggerah Lakes
(1890–1891)
Tuggerah
(1891–?)
Tuggerah Lakes
(?-1911)[33]
Turramurra100pxT120.820[34]1 January 1890[34]Eastern Road
(1890)[34]
Turrella100pxT28.630[35]21 September 1931[35]
Unanderra100px     South Coast Line  88.270[36]9 November 1887[36]
Valley Heights100px     Blue Mountains Line  77.410[37]May 1875[37]Eagers Platform
(1875–1877)
The Valley
(1877–1880)[37]
Victoria Street100px     Hunter Line  187.920[38]5 April 1857[38]East Maitland
(1857–1858)
(closed)
(1858–1877)[38]
Villawood100pxT3
T2
24.500[39]8 October 1924[39]
Vineyard100pxT1 (Richmond Branch)49.230[40]14 July 1935[40]
Wahroonga100pxT122.770[41]1 January 1890[41]Pearces Corner
(1890)[41]
Waitara100pxT124.210[42]20 April 1895[42]
Wallarobba100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)231.700[43]14 August 1911[43]
Warabrook
(University)
100px     Hunter Line  168.690[44]23 October 1995[13]
Waratah100px     Hunter Line  165.970[45]9 March 1858[45]
WarnervaleWarnervale     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  105.900[46]2 September 1907
(originally)
17 October 1910
(with platform)[46]
Warrawee100pxT121.891 August 1900Template:Citation needed
Warrimoo100px     Blue Mountains Line  74.300[47]9 March 1918[47]
Warwick Farm100pxT3
T2
T2
T5
34.160[48]18 March 1889[48]
Waterfall100px     South Coast Line  
T4
38.740[49]9 March 1886
(original site)
1890
(second site)
4 May 1905
(present site)[49]
Waterfalls
(1886)[49]
Waverton100pxT1
T1
6.110[50]1 May 1893[50]Bay Road
(1893–1929)[50]
Wentworth Falls100px     Blue Mountains Line  102.610[51]22 July 1867[51]Weatherboard
(1867–1879)[51]
Wentworth Park100pxMetro Light Rail-31 August 1997[12]
Wentworthville100pxT1
T5
26.640[52]1883[52]T R Smith's Platform
(1883–1885)[52]
Werrington100pxT149.080[53]2 May 1868[53]Parkes Platform
(1868–1893)[53]
West Ryde100pxT119.200[54]17 September 1886[54]Ryde
(1886–1945)[54]
Westmead100pxT1
T5
25.160[55]March 1883[55]
Wickham100px     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  
     Hunter Line  
165.930[56]9 February 1936[56]
Wiley Park100pxT315.350[57]19 June 1938[57]
WindsorWindsorT1 (Richmond Branch)54.980[58]1 December 1864[58]
Wingello100px     Southern Highlands Line  177.140[59]1 June 1871
(as siding)
1882
(as station)[59]
Unnamed
(1871–1895)[59]
Wirragulla100px     Hunter Line   (Dungog Branch)238.000[60]14 August 1911[60]
Wolli Creek100px     South Coast Line  
T4
T2 (Airport Branch)
7.300[61]21 May 2000[62]
Wollongong100px     South Coast Line  82.920[63]21 June 1887[63]
Wollstonecraft100pxT1
T1
7.180[64]1 May 1893[64]Edwards Road
(1893–1900)[64]
Wombarra100px     South Coast Line  64.340[65]12 February 1917[65]
WondabyneWondabyne     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  65.150[66]1 May 1889
(original site)
April 1939
(present site)[66]
Mullet Creek Junction
(1889–1890)
Hawkesbury Cabin
(1890–1891)[66]
Woodford100px     Blue Mountains Line  90.370[67]11 July 1868[67]Buss's Platform
(1868–1871)[67]
Woolooware100pxT4 (Cronulla Branch)33.600[68]16 December 1939[68]
Woonona100px     South Coast Line  73.990[69]25 August 1919[69]
Woy WoyWoy Woy     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  72.620[70]1 February 1889
(originally)
18 December 1891
(with platform)[70]
WyeeWyee     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  114.860[71]1 August 1892
(originally)
February 1896
(with platform)[71]
Wynyard100px     Blue Mountains Line  
T3
T2
T2
T2
T1
T1
2.050[72]28 February 1932[72]
WyongWyong     Central Coast and Newcastle Line  101.080[73]15 August 1887[73]
Yagoona100pxT320.560[74]16 July 1928[74]
Yennora100pxT2
T5
27.440[75]6 November 1927[75]
Yerrinbool100px     Southern Highlands Line  116.310[76]13 July 1919[76]
Zig Zag100px     Blue Mountains Line  150.940[77]15 April 1878
(originally)
1959
(after closure in 1910)[77]


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