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Community days at Northwest stations
First look at Cherrybrook Station
Join us for the first chance to see Sydney Metro’s new Cherrybrook Station.
We're giving the community a chance to take a tour of Cherrybrook Station on Sunday 10 February 2019.
Register now and come take a walk around, touring the new station including the platforms, and station concourse which are nearing the end of construction. Find out more about Sydney's new state-of-the-art metro railway as we get ready to open Sydney Metro in the middle of this year.
Our experts will have the full inside story on Cherrybrook – like the unique Sydney Metro Northwest station canopy design, which was inspired by the local blue gum leaf.
Registration for this community event is on a first-come basis, so book now.
Cherrybrook Station is currently classified as a construction site as work nears completion. This means that, to access the construction site, visitors are required to wear sturdy flat enclosed shoes (no open toe or low cut shoes or high heels), long pants and a long sleeve shirt/top on the day. No clothing or footwear will be issued on site and visitors not considered by Sydney Metro to be wearing the required footwear and clothing will be denied entry to the construction site.
The event will be held at a construction site that is not yet open to the public. Sydney Metro will therefore not be able to provide temporary wheelchair access for the purpose of the event.
What you need to know:
• Bookings are essential. You will receive a confirmation email if your registration is successful.
• This is not an open day – the site will not be open to the general public.
• Only one registration per person. (Up to four (4) people in a group).
• Registration will close when all of the sessions are filled. There will be no waiting list or changes allowed for bookings.
• Visitors must at all times comply with all directions of Sydney Metro or its representatives when visiting the site.
• Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
• Visitors must be able to walk without assistance down and up 80 stairs.
• All visitors must wear long pants, a long sleeve shirt/top and sturdy flat enclosed shoes. Visitors not considered to be wearing the required clothing and footwear will be denied entry to the construction site.