North Fremantle railway station

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North Fremantle
North Fremantle Station, Western Australia, March 2022 04.jpg
General information
LocationStirling Highway, North Fremantle
Coordinates32°01′48″S 115°45′06″E / 32.030054°S 115.751760°E / -32.030054; 115.751760Coordinates: 32°01′48″S 115°45′06″E / 32.030054°S 115.751760°E / -32.030054; 115.751760
Owned byPublic Transport Authority
Operated byTransperth
Line(s)     Fremantle line
Distance16.2 kilometres from Perth
Platforms2 (1 island)
Structure typeGround
Other information
Station codeFNF
99341 (platform 1)
99342 (platform 2)
Fare zone2
Opened28 July 1991
Preceding station Transperth Transperth Following station
Victoria Street
towards Perth
Fremantle line Fremantle

North Fremantle railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network. It is located on the Fremantle line, 16.2 kilometres from Perth, serving the Fremantle suburb of North Fremantle.


The original North Fremantle station on the north side of Tydeman Street opened in 1881.[1] In 1964, a new station halt opened in conjunction with a new Fremantle Railway Bridge with the original site redeveloped as a diesel locomotive depot.[2]

On 28 July 1991 as part of the electrification of the line, a new station opened 800 metres to the north also replacing Leighton station that was a further 700 metres further north.[3][4]

To the west of the station lies a freight line to the closed Leighton Marshalling Yard.


North Fremantle station is served by Transperth Fremantle line services from Fremantle to Perth that continue through to Midland via the Midland line.[5][6]

North Fremantle station saw 168,147 passengers in the 2013–14 financial year.[7]


[2772] North Fremantle station platforms
Stop Platform Line Stopping pattern Destination Notes
99341 1 Fremantle All stations, A, S Perth
99342 2 Fremantle All stations Fremantle

Bus routes[edit]

Stop Route Destination / description Notes
[10345] Stirling Highway (north bound) 998 CircleRoute clockwise via Stirling Highway[9]Limited stops[9]
103 to East Perth via Stirling Highway[10]
107 to Elizabeth Quay bus station via Victoria Street & Claremont station[11]
906 Rail replacement service to Perth station
[10423] Stirling Highway (south bound) 999 CircleRoute anti-clockwise via Stirling Highway[12]Limited stops[12]
103 to Fremantle station via Queen Victoria Street[10]
107 to Fremantle station via Victoria Street[11]
906 Rail replacement service to Fremantle station


  1. ^ "Occasional Notes". The West Australian. 21 October 1881. p. 2. Retrieved 10 March 2014.
  2. ^ Minchin, RS; Higham, GJ (1981). Robb's Railway Fremantle to Guildford Railway Centenary. Bassendean: Australian Railway Historical Society. p. 37. ISBN 0 9599690 2 0.
  3. ^ Our History Public Transport Authority
  4. ^ History of Stations on the Fremantle Line Right Track
  5. ^ Fremantle Line Timetable Transperth 31 January 2016
  6. ^ Understanding Australia's urban railways Archived 14 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine Bureau of Infrastructure Transport & Regional Economics July 2012 page 12
  7. ^ "Question On Notice No. 4244 asked in the Legislative Assembly on 25 June 2015 by Mr M. Mcgowan". Parliament of Western Australia. Archived from the original on 5 February 2022. Retrieved 2 December 2021.
  8. ^ "Manual – Rail Access" (PDF). Public Transport Authority. 19 August 2022. Archived (PDF) from the original on 1 September 2022. Retrieved 10 September 2022.
  9. ^ a b "Route 998". CircleRoute Timetable 200 (PDF). Transperth. n.d. [effective from 21 July 2019].
  10. ^ a b "Route 103". Bus Timetable 32 (PDF). Transperth. n.d. [effective from 21 July 2019].
  11. ^ a b "Route 107". Bus Timetable 31 (PDF). Transperth. n.d. [effective from 21 July 2019].
  12. ^ a b "Route 999". CircleRoute Timetable 200 (PDF). Transperth. n.d. [effective from 21 July 2019].

External links[edit]

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