Bayswater railway station, Perth

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Transperth TrainsList of Perth railway stations
Transperth Bayswater Train Station.jpg
Midland Line
Street King William Street, Coode Street, Railway Parade, Whatley Crescent
Suburb Bayswater
Distance from Perth 6.7 km (4.2 mi)
General information
Station code MBR
Fare zone 1
Station design
Number of platforms 2
Platform architecture 1 island
Station structure Open Station
Access by Pedestrian Underpass, Maze
Train transfer No
Bus transfer Yes, at Coode Street and Whatley Crescent
Total number of bus stands N/A
Total number of bus routes 3
Transit guard booth Yes
Park 'n' Ride Yes
Lock 'n' Ride Yes
Lifts 0
Escalators 0
Add Value Machines No
Public telephones No
Public toilets No

Coordinates: 31°55′05″S 115°54′43″E / 31.918°S 115.912°E / -31.918; 115.912

Bayswater Station is a Transperth railway station located 6.7 kilometres (4.2 mi) north-east of Perth railway station, Western Australia, on the Midland Line.


The station opened in 1896. From 1897 until 1956 it was the junction for the branch railway to the nearby Ascot Racecourse.[1][2] Local references to the railway line, and the bridge over the Swan River usually referred to the line as the Belmont branch railway, and the Belmont bridge due to the current suburb of Ascot being known as part of Belmont at the time.[3] The service was suspended during the 1926 floods [4]


Stop no. Platform Line Stopping pattern Destination Notes
[2808] Bayswater station platforms
99461 Transperth platform 1W.svg Midland All stations, A, P Perth
99462 Transperth platform 2W.svg Midland All stations, B Midland
Bayswater Railway Station, circa 1900

Bus routes[edit]

Route Number Destination / Description
[11627] Coode Street (south-east bound)
    48 to Esplanade Busport via Guildford Road
    98 CircleRoute to Fremantle railway station via Ascot and Belmont Forum
[11350] Coode Street (north-west bound)
    48, 348 to Morley Bus Station via Langley Road
    99 CircleRoute to Fremantle Station via Morley and Dianella
[22065] Whatley Crescent (south-west bound)
    905 Rail Replacement Service to Perth
[16547] Whatley Crescent (north-east bound)
    348 to Morley Bus Station via Langley Road
    905 Rail Replacement Service to Midland
    684 to Crown Perth, Burswood


  1. ^ Quinlan, Howard; Newland, John R; Australian Railway Historical Society. New South Wales Division (2000), Australian railway routes 1854 to 2000, Australian Railway Historical Society - New South Wales Division, ISBN 978-0-909650-49-0  page 66 WN 36
  2. ^ "History of stations on the Midland line". Archived from the original on 14 June 2009. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  3. ^ Note that other Belmont branch railways exist, including in Brisbane, Queensland "SERIOUS BUSH FIRES.". Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 - 1954) (NSW: National Library of Australia). 13 January 1933. p. 8. Retrieved 2 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "Belmont Service Suspended.". The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) (Perth, WA: National Library of Australia). 22 July 1926. p. 10. Retrieved 2 February 2014. 

Zone 1

Preceding station   Transperth Trains network   Following station
Zone 1
towards Perth
Midland Line
Zone 2
towards Midland
Zone 1
towards Perth
Midland Line
A, P
Zone 1
towards Perth
Midland Line
Zone 2
towards Midland