Morisset Railway Station is located in Morisset, New South Wales, Australia on the Main North railway line. Opening in 1887, the station has two platforms. The station is served by intercity trains to Sydney and Newcastle on the Newcastle and Central Coast Line, and is the terminus for off-peak local services to Newcastle.
The construction of the Sydney to Newcastle line through Morisset led to the downfall of thriving local community Cooranbong, which was the point which river shipments landed.
Platforms and services
Looking south over Morisset rail yard, with the station in the distance and maintenance trains on a siding
Hunter Valley Buses runs three routes to and from Morisset railway station:
Rover Coaches runs one route to and from Morisset railway station:
Busways runs one route to and from Morisset railway station: