Bomaderry railway station
Station looking south
|Address||Belinda Street, Bomaderry
|Distance||153.35 km (95.29 mi) from Central|
|Opened||2 June 1893|
|Fare zone||MyZone 3|
Bomaderry railway station is the terminus of the South Coast line in New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the northern Nowra suburb of Bomaderry, opening on 2 June 1893. It was intended to extend the line across the Shoalhaven River to Nowra but the bridge was used for vehicle traffic instead.
Bomaderry was previously served by direct services from Sydney until the mid-1990s including the South Coast Daylight Express. To the south-east of the station is a siding for the Manildra Shoalhaven Starches and Shoalhaven Paper Mill plants.
The current station building was opened in 1946.
Platforms & services
|1||South Coast Line||Endeavour railcar services to/from Kiama|
Kennedys Bus Service:
Priors Scenic Express:
- 730 to Currarong via Myola
Southbound view, this is the end of the South Coast line
- Bomaderry Station NSWrail.net
- Nowra Bridge over the Shoalhaven River Roads and Traffic Authority 30 March 2004
- Bomaderry Railway Station and Yard Group NSW Environment & Heritage
- South Coast Line timetable NSW TrainLink 20 October 2013
- Timetable Kennedy's Bus Service
- Timetables Nowra Coaches
- Scenic Express Prior's
- Timetable Stuart's Coaches
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