Green Square railway station

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Green Square
Green Square railway station main building.JPG
Station front in March 2011
Location Botany Road, Green Square
Coordinates 33°54′22″S 151°12′09″E / 33.9061°S 151.2026°E / -33.9061; 151.2026Coordinates: 33°54′22″S 151°12′09″E / 33.9061°S 151.2026°E / -33.9061; 151.2026
Owned by Airport Link Company
Operated by Airport Link Company
Line(s) Airport
Distance 2.60 kilometres from Central
Platforms 2 side
Tracks 2
Connections TfNSW B.svg
Structure type Underground
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Status Staffed
Station code GQE
Website Transport for NSW
Opened 21 May 2000
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Sydney Trains   Following station
towards Macarthur
Airport & South Line
towards City Circle

Green Square railway station is located on the Airport line, serving the Sydney suburbs of Alexandria, Zetland, and Waterloo. It is served by Sydney Trains T8 Airport & South line services.


Green Square station opened on 21 May 2000 when the Airport line opened from Central to Wolli Creek.[1] Like other stations on the line, Green Square was built and is operated by the Airport Link Company as part of a public–private partnership.[2]

Prior to March 2011, passengers were required to pay an access fee to use the station. The access fee was removed after the State Government reached an agreement with the Airport Link Company to pay the fee at Green Square and Mascot stations on behalf of passengers.[3] Patronage increased by around 70% at the two stations in the months following the removal of the fee.[4]

Green Square station featured in the music video clip for Marvin Priest's Own This Club.

Platforms & services[edit]

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
services to Central & the City Circle [5]
services to Kingsgrove, Revesby, Campbelltown & Macarthur [5]


  1. ^ Green Square Station
  2. ^ Train fares to fall at two stations Sydney Morning Herald 2 March 2011
  3. ^ Green Square and Mascot commuters to save $17 a week CityRail 2 March 2011
  4. ^ "Budget Estimates Committee hearing transcript" (PDF). 25 October 2011. p. 11. Retrieved 15 November 2011. 
  5. ^ a b "T8: Airport & South line timetable". Transport for NSW. 

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