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Hurlstone Park Station

About Hurlstone Park Station

Customers at Hurlstone Park Station will have a new air-conditioned metro train every four minutes in the peak – that’s 15 trains an hour. Hurlstone Park Station is currently serviced by four trains an hour in the morning peak. 

The station will be fully upgraded with new lifts for the first time, level access between platforms and trains, and platform screen doors to keep people and objects away from the tracks.

Planning and compliance

Sydney Metro received planning approval on 19 December 2018 to upgrade the T3 Bankstown Line between Sydenham and Bankstown to metro standards.

The Submissions and Preferred Infrastructure Report for the Sydenham to Bankstown Metro upgrade was on exhibition until 18 July 2018.

A Station Design and Precinct Plan (SDPP) has been prepared for Hurlstone Park Station that shows how the new station design has developed and how it will integrate with the surrounding precinct.

Downer EDI Works Pty Ltd  has been awarded the contract to upgrade Dulwich Hill, Campsie, Punchbowl, Hurlstone Park, Belmore and Wiley Park stations on the more than 125-year-old T3 Bankstown Line to metro rail standards.

For more information see City & Southwest planning and compliance documentation or Dulwich Hill, Campsie, Punchbowl, Hurlstone Park, Belmore and Wiley Park stationsto find out more about our major contractors involved in the project.

If you are having difficulty locating a document, please contact the City & Southwest project at or call our 24-hour community information line on 1800 171 386.

Travel times

Hurlstone Park to:  Now  (minutes) Sydney Metro (minutes)  Savings  (minutes)
Central  Up to 19  14  Up to 5
Pitt Street (new CBD  station)  Up to 28*  16  Up to 12
Barangaroo (new CBD  station)  Up to 42*  20  Up to 22
Victoria Cross (North Sydney)  Up to 48*  23  Up to 25
Chatswood  Up to 51*  29  Up to 22
Macquarie University  Up to 66*  40  Up to 26

* Includes time to interchange and/or walk

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