Wondabyne railway station
Northbound view from Platform 2 in December 2007
|Location||Mullet Creek, Wondabyne|
|Operated by||NSW TrainLink|
|Distance||65.15 kilometres from Central|
|Website||Transport for NSW|
|Opened||1 May 1889|
|Passengers (2013)||10 (daily) (Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink)|
Wondabyne railway station is located on the Main Northern line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the southern Central Coast area known as Wondabyne and opened on 1 May 1889. It is the only station in Australia that does not have road access.
Wondabyne has a quarry that is used intermittently and several houses which can only be accessed by boat from a jetty next to the station. As Wondabyne is a request stop, not all trains stop there.
Wondabyne station was constructed with the Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge. Before the bridge opened, and after Woy Woy Tunnel was opened, railway traffic took a ferry from Mullet Creek railway station (1888-1897), 400 metres north of Wondabyne station.
Platforms and services
Wondabyne has two side platforms and despite the station's short length - less than one carriage long - it is fully equipped with an Opal card reader, announcements of approaching trains, security cameras, printed timetables and other posters relevant to the railways. The platforms are classified as SP1r (Alight from last car's rear door).
Wondabyne is serviced by NSW TrainLink Central Coast & Newcastle Line services travelling from Sydney Central to Newcastle. It is a request stop with passengers required to notify the guard if they wish to alight and wave at the driver if they want to board. In both cases the rear door of the rear carriage corresponds with the platform.
|1||Services to Sydney Central||Request stop|
|2||Services to Gosford, Wyong & Newcastle||Request stop|
- Bureau of Transport Statistics. "Train Statistics 2014" (PDF). Transport NSW. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
- Wondabyne Station NSWrail.net
- Richard Noone (13 April 2015). "Wondabyne NSW: The only train station in Australia inaccessible by road". The Daily Telegraph.
- "Central Coast & Newcastle line timetable". Transport for NSW.