Bella Vista Station is one of two stations added to the project in 2011 following detailed community feedback.
Bella Vista Station will be in a cutting, open to the sky, but six metres below ground level. A canopy will cover part of the platform for shade.
Access and entry
- Safe and easy access for pedestrians
- Commuter car park
Retail space at station entries
Local bus access from existing T-way
New traffic lights at Lexington Drive and Celebration Drive
A pedestrian bridge across Old Windsor Road
Extension of Celebration Drive to link with new local access roads
The station is located off Celebration Drive, east of Old Windsor Road. Bella Vista Station is uniquely situated at the end of the twin railway tunnels and before the skytrain takes to the air on its journey to Kellyville and Rouse Hill. Bella Vista is 40 kilometres north west of Sydney central business district (CBD).
Indicative travel time:
- 50 minutes (including interchange) to Wynyard Station
41 minutes to Sydney Metro’s Martin Place Station (from 2024).
Bella Vista Station now and into the future
Take a sneak peak behind the green fence at Sydney Metro Northwest’s Bella Vista Station – what it’s like now and what this state-of-the-art new metro station will look like in 2019
Area: 63,000 square metres (m2).
Construction activities include:
- TBM launch, TBM support
- Spoil removal
- Station construction
- General civil works
- Station construction and fit-out
- Station precinct works
- Tunnel systems fit-out
- Testing and commissioning.
Construction of Bella Vista Station started in early 2016.
Aerial view of Bella Vista Station construction site
Artist's impression of Bella Vista Station precinct
Inside the tunnels at Bella Vista
Pre-cast facility at Bella Vista
Construction notification - Bella Vista construction update
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Community notification - Bella Vista OOH crane pad construction
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Construction Notification - Bella Vista Station - Out of hours work
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Bella Vista construction newsletter - November 2017
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