Minnamurra railway station
|NSW TrainLink intercity train station
← Shellharbour Junction · Bombo →
|Location||Railway Avenue, Minnamurra
New South Wales
|Distance||113.372 km from Central|
|Platforms||1, 195 metres|
|Train operators||NSW TrainLink|
|Disabled access||Easy Access|
|Opened||23 December 1891|
|Rebuilt||10 October 1943|
|Electrified||17 November 2001|
|Rank||246th of 307|
Minnamurra is a single-platform intercity train station located in Minnamurra, New South Wales, Australia, on the South Coast railway line. The station serves NSW TrainLink trains travelling south to Kiama and north to Wollongong and Sydney.
While the railway line through Minnamurra opened in 1887, the station didn't open until four years later. In 1943, it moved to its present location. The station has no platform building and is not staffed. Electric multiple unit trains began to service the station from November 2001.
Platforms & Services
|1||services to Thirroul, Waterfall, Sydney Central, Bondi Junction & Kiama|||
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