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Central Railway Station, Sydney
(1.9/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Hop on a train at the largest railway station in Australia, Central Railway Station. From here, you can transfer to train lines that go to the Central Coast or other parts of the city. The building is immense, clean, and well marked with signs and maps. This is the most used railway station in Sydney, with over 90,000 passengers boarding daily. Cafes and fast-food restaurants are available. While you might be on your way to other landmarks close by, consider taking a little time to explore the station itself. Use our Sydney holiday planner to visit Central Railway Station on your trip to Sydney, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The central railway station is located in the famous George Street in the central business district of Sydney. Is the connection from all Sydney's suburbs to the city center. There are restaurants and...  more »
  • This busy station is a great way to get about, unfortunately there are NO staff around. No one to ask for help or guidance. Poorly sign posted. Hard to navigate through. Just generally a horrible expe...  more »
  • Reference point of Sydney, where he arrives and breaks. Interconnection of systems of Train, Bus and Trams. A beautiful and efficient architecture, linking Sydney with several other points in the country.
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