Awaba railway station

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Southbound view in August 2007
Location Adelaide Street, Awaba
Coordinates 33°00′47″S 151°32′30″E / 33.012937°S 151.541671°E / -33.012937; 151.541671Coordinates: 33°00′47″S 151°32′30″E / 33.012937°S 151.541671°E / -33.012937; 151.541671
Owned by RailCorp
Operated by NSW TrainLink
Line(s) Main Northern
Distance 137.31 km (85.32 mi) from Central
Platforms 2 side
Tracks 2
Connections Bus
Structure type Ground
Other information
Station code AWB
Website Sydney Trains
Opened 15 August 1887
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   NSW TrainLink   Following station
towards Central
Central Coast & Newcastle Line

Awaba railway station is located on the Main Northern line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the City of Lake Macquarie town of Awaba opening on 15 August 1887.[1]

In April 1993, the original weatherboard station building on the western platform was damaged in a fire and later demolished.[2][3] It was replaced by the present lighter-weight structure.

Until its formal closure in December 1989, Awaba was the junction for the line to Wangi Power Station, the remnants of which remain behind Platform 1.[4] North of the station are two passing loops, although the northbound one has now been disconnected.

Platforms and services[edit]

Awaba has two side platforms. It is serviced by NSW TrainLink Central Coast & Newcastle Line services travelling from Sydney Central to Newcastle.[5]

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
1 services to Gosford & Sydney Central [5]
2 services to Newcastle [5]

Transport links[edit]

Hunter Valley Buses operate one route via Awaba station:


  1. ^ Awaba Station
  2. ^ Fire damage at Awaba railway station Lake Macquarie City
  3. ^ "Infrastructure" Railway Digest May 1993 page 199
  4. ^ "Branch Closures" Railway Digest March 1990 page 112
  5. ^ a b c "Central Coast & Newcastle line timetable" (PDF). NSW Trainlink. 5 January 2015. 
  6. ^ "Routes 274, 275 and 276 timetable". Hunter Valley Buses. 20 April 2015. 
Awaba Issued Edmondson Tickets

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