Westmead railway station

Westmead railway station is located on the Main Western line, serving the Sydney suburb of Westmead. It is served by Sydney Trains T1 Western Line and T5 Cumberland Line services and NSW TrainLink Blue Mountains Line services.

Station front in November 2007
LocationRailway Parade, Westmead
Coordinates33°48′31″S 150°59′17″E
Owned byRailCorp
Operated bySydney Trains
Line(s)Main Western
Rogans Hill
Distance25.16 kilometres from Central
Platforms4 (2 island)
Structure typeGround
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeWMD
WebsiteTransport for NSW
OpenedMarch 1883
Passengers (2013)7,840 (daily)[1] (Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink)
Preceding station   Sydney Trains   Following station
towards Emu Plains or Richmond
North Shore & Western Line
towards Berowra
towards Richmond
Cumberland Line
towards Leppington
Preceding station   NSW TrainLink   Following station
towards Central
Blue Mountains Line
(twice daily) Bathurst Bullet
towards Bathurst


Westmead station opened in March 1883.[2] To the east of the station lies a dive through which one of the eastbound tracks passes. This was opened in 1986 as part of the quadruplication of the Main Western line between Westmead and Granville. It was necessary because west of Westmead the two westbound tracks run adjacent to one another as do the two eastbound tracks. East of Westmead, the lines are configured to run as West/East/West/East.[3]

Between 1922 and 1932, the Rogans Hill line branched from the Main Western line immediately to the west of Westmead station.[4]

Platforms & services

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
1 services to Berowra via Gordon [5]
services to Leppington[6]
2 services to Berowra via Gordon [5]
services to Leppington[6]
services to Central2 morning Bathurst Bullet services

1 afternoon Central Service

3 services to Richmond & Emu Plains [5]
services to Richmond[6]
services to Bathurst1 morning Lithgow express service

2 evening Bathurst Bullet services

4 services to Richmond & Emu Plains [5]
services to Richmond[6]
Bus NumberRouteMajor Stops/ Stations
705Parramatta to BlacktownT- Way, Pendle Hill Station, Toongabbie Station, Seven Hills Station[8]
708Parramatta to BlacktownT- Way, Pendle Hill Station[9]
711Parramatta to BlacktownPublic/ Children's Hospital At Westmead, T-way, Wentworthville Station, Seven Hills Station[10]
712Parramatta to WestmeadPublic/ Children's Hospital At Westmead[11]
660Parramatta to CastlewoodT- Way, Winston Hills Mall[12]
661Parramatta to BlacktownT- Way[13]
662Parramatta to Castle HillT- Way, Norwest Business Park[14]
663Parramatta to Rouse Hill StationT- Way, Stanhope Gardens, Kellyville Ridge[15]
664Parramatta to Rouse Hill stationT- Way, Norwest Business Park[16]
665Parramatta to Rouse Hill stationT- Way, Bella Vista Station, Kellyville Station[17]

Westmead station is served by two NightRide routes:

The station will be the future terminus of the Parramatta Light Rail.[20]



  1. Bureau of Transport Statistics. "Train Statistics 2014" (PDF). Transport NSW. Retrieved 12 July 2018.
  2. Westmead Station NSWrail.net
  3. "Granville-Westmead Quadruplication" Railway Digest June 1985 page 165
  4. "Walking a Forgotten Railway:The Rogans Hill Line Revisited" Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin Issue 727 May 1998
  5. "T1: Western line timetable". Transport for NSW.
  6. "T5: Cumberland line timetable". Transport for NSW.
  7. "Blue Mountains line timetable". Transport for NSW.
  8. "Hillsbus route 705". Transport for NSW.
  9. "Hillsbus route 708". Transport for NSW.
  10. "Hillsbus route 711". Transport for NSW.
  11. "Hillsbus route 712". Transport for NSW.
  12. "Hillsbus route 660". Transport for NSW.
  13. "Hillsbus route 661". Transport for NSW.
  14. "Hillsbus route 662". Transport for NSW.
  15. "Hillsbus route 663". Transport for NSW.
  16. "Hillsbus route 664". Transport for NSW.
  17. "Hillsbus route 665". Transport for NSW.
  18. "N70 Nightride". Transport for NSW.
  19. "N71 Nightride". Transport for NSW.
  20. "Parramatta Light Rail". Transport for NSW. 23 July 2018. Retrieved 18 August 2019.
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