The Central Railway Station is a heritage-listed railway station located at the southern end of Sydney Central Business District in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is the largest and the busiest railway station in New South Wales. It serves as a major transport interchange for NSW Trains, inter-city and inter-state rail services.
Central Railway also serves Sydney Light Rail services, State Transit bus services and private coach bus services. It is commonly known as Central or Central Station. The property is owned by RailCorp (NSW Government).
Central Station Entrance, Sydney
Number of platforms: 25
12 bus stands
13 Coach Bays
Sydney Light Rail
Opened: 5 August 1906
Passengers: 85.4 million
Daily: 233,970 (2018)
Central Station Clock Tower, Sydney.